The Classic Ride: 2003 Beaver Santiam

5The Santiam sports its new paint, a Harley-Davidson-inspired design.

By Ann Eichenmuller
June 28, 2016

  The first installment of our new series about older motorhomes that still make the grade Beauty is only skin deep. Faded paint will not ruin a trip, but a blown head gasket, faulty electrical system, or crowded sleeping arrangements certainly can. For anyone in the market for a used motorhome,... Read more »

Readers, Cast Your Votes

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May 26, 2016

  Tell us what you think in MotorHome’s fifth-annual RV poll RVers tend to be a friendly bunch, eager to share their knowledge with fellow enthusiasts. To tap into that vast body of knowledge and share it on a grand scale, each year MotorHome conducts an online poll of readers’ favorite RV... Read more »

How’d They Do That?

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By Kristopher Bunker
May 20, 2016

  RV factory tours give visitors an up-close-and-personal look at the motorhome manufacturing process RVers tend to be a curious bunch, in terms of discovering the best scenic routes, campgrounds and national parks, and also about what makes all things mechanical tick. Over the years, much of... Read more »

Road Foodie: The Egg & I

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By Bobbie Hasselbring
April 27, 2016

  I’m in love with eggs. They’re versatile, quick and easy to prepare, and low in calories. You’re probably thinking, “Aren’t eggs full of cholesterol and bad for the heart?” Like a lot of health advice, in recent years cautions against eggs have faded. WebMD states: “After 25 years... Read more »

Volunteerism in the RV Community

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By Mary Zalmanek
March 22, 2016

  RVers are a fascinating bunch. Most of the people I meet during my travels are either retired or have the flexibility to work while on the road. Not only do they pass their time in creative and adventurous ways, they are generous. Volunteerism is strong in this mobile community. Some people work... Read more »

RV Directives

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By Ann Eichenmuller
February 16, 2016

  When it comes to maneuvering into tight spaces, hand signals make for happy campers   We pulled in front of our RV site and immediately understood why it was the only vacancy in the otherwise full North Carolina campground. It was a skinny sliver of sand and grass barely wider than our... Read more »

Road Foodie: Potato Lasagna

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By Bobbie Hasselbring
January 27, 2016

  Easy, filling and tasty, here’s a great recipe for the wrongly maligned tuber The lowly potato, that inexpensive, readily available, and easy-to-store tuber, has gotten a bad rap. Most of us love potatoes, especially turned into silky mashed potatoes, crispy french fries, creamy potato... Read more »

At Home on the Road

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By Emily Fagan
December 17, 2015

  Going full time to a life of RV adventures Nearly nine years ago, my husband, Mark, and I ran away from home to live in an RV full time. This has turned out to be the most exciting and fulfilling chapter in our lives, and we plan to continue living this way as long as we can. Why did we do such... Read more »

Bison and Eagles and Bears, Oh My!

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By Rosanne Wagstaff
November 19, 2015

  How to get the most out of your Yellowstone wildlife-viewing safari   “Folks, please step closer to the bear so you don’t get hit by a car,” the park ranger cheerily called out. “Well, that’s a first!” a fellow photographer chuckled as we happily inched toward a grizzly foraging... Read more »

Road Foodie: Holiday Baked Oysters

As the weather cools ocean waters, it’s the perfect time for fresh oyster dishes.

By Bobbie Hasselbring
October 26, 2015

  A Holiday Dish That Might Just Change Your Mind About This Showy Shellfish Before we know it, the holidays will be upon us. Our holiday table — whether we’re on the road or at home — always includes some traditional family favorites. But I also try to offer at least one special dish that... Read more »

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