The Classic Ride: Soaring into History

By Ann Eichenmuller
October 25, 2016

  After an extensive restoration process, an iconic 1985 Airstream Class A motorhome is the perfect fit for an RVing couple looking to hit the road in their own slice of Americana This article is the next in our series looking at motorhomes that have stood the test of time. They may have miles... Read more »

Fixing Fin Frosting

By Bill and Jenn Gehr
October 6, 2016

  Excessive ice buildup on the refrigerator’s cooling fins can be traced to a defective thermistor Have you ever noticed that a section, or even the entire surface, of the cooling fins inside your refrigerator has frosted over? Excessively cold temperatures are often linked to a buildup of ice,... Read more »

Road Foodie: Passionate for Pumpkins

By Bobbie Hasselbring
October 6, 2016

  Pumpkins may be the Charlie Brown of vegetables. They’re largely ignored all year, until October or November. Then we carve them, smash them or even use them as projectiles. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, most of the nearly 2 billion pounds of pumpkin grown in the U.S. end... Read more »

Tulsa Time

Tulsa, Oklahoma

By Richard and Ellen Thane
October 5, 2016

  Located in America’s Heartland, the area around Tulsa, Oklahoma, offers an abundance of Native American history, plenty of outdoor recreation and a downtown with one of the most extensive collections of Art Deco architecture in the nation “Pinch me,” I said to my husband, Richard, “I’m... Read more »

Classic Ride: 1998 Winnebago Rialta

September 26, 2016

  This compact Class B Winnebago is easy to maneuver and represents the motorhome of a lifetime for one happy Colorado couple. Bigger isn’t always better. You know this if you have ever tried to maneuver a large motorhome through the narrow streets of Key West, Florida, while free-range chickens... Read more »

Motorhome Mishaps, from Dumb to Dumbest

By Larry MacDonald
September 23, 2016

  What’s the dumbest thing you’ve ever done while RVing? RVers tend to be a sociable lot, always willing to lend a helping hand. We’ve all experienced the delight of nearby RVers coming over to welcome us to the RV park or wish us well upon departure. As well-meaning as these cordial chats... Read more »

It’s Apple Time!

By Bobbie Hasselbring
August 26, 2016

  In September and October — the peak months for apple season in North America — communities all over the nation celebrate the apple, one of the most delicious and ubiquitous fruits. Originally from Central Asia, archaeologists have found evidence of humans eating this member of the rose family... Read more »

The Classic Ride: Lazy Daze 26.5

By Ann Eichenmuller
August 23, 2016

  Two couples enjoy the smooth handling and easy living of the classic aircraft-aluminum Class C’s, which can still be purchased new from the factory This article is the third in a series looking at motorhomes that have stood the test of time. They may have miles under their wheels, but they... Read more »

Hmmm … Hummus

By Bobbie Hasselbring
July 20, 2016

  The “other” dip, this chickpea concoction is an ancient, healthy food Whether you’re traveling the roads or kicking back at home, summer is a time to enjoy light fare like salads, appetizers and dips with chips and veggies. I’m especially a fan of dips, but many are loaded with... Read more »

The Classic Ride: 1991 Blue Bird Wanderlodge

By Ann Eichenmuller
July 19, 2016

  Equipped with nearly everything the owner could hope for, this iconic coach continues to shine This article is the second in a series looking at motorhomes that have stood the test of time. They may have miles under their wheels, but they can still make dreams come true. Each has earned the... Read more »

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