Savoring Sonoma: Wineries Are Only Part of 
This California Region’s Charm

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by Larry MacDonald
October 30, 2013

  Mention “Sonoma” and most people inevitably think of California 
wines. As well they should. Nearly 300 wineries and a thousand vineyards blanket the gently rolling hills of Sonoma County just north of San Francisco. “The sight of mile after mile of grapevines, in shimmering shades of... Read more »

Recapturing America’s Good 
Ol’ Days One Piece At A Time

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by Pam Windsor
October 28, 2013

  Larry Singleton has an 
unusual job — finding 
local and regional 
artifacts for new 
Cracker Barrel locations   Larry Singleton has spent the past 30-plus years traveling back in time, from the 1800s up through the 1940s, ’50s, sometimes dipping into the ’60s. It’s been a... Read more »

Water Park Fun 
in Wisconsin

Yellow-Waterslide

by Jeff Crider
October 3, 2013

  Indoor and outdoor Attractions Make the Dells a Year-Round Destination When Becky Gussel moved to Wisconsin Dells 12 years ago to help run a local campground, the area was busy during summer, but a rather sleepy place the rest of the year.It’s a different story today, thanks in part to an ongoing... Read more »

Home is where the Art Is

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by Mary Zalmanek
October 1, 2013

  Sometimes rain clouds really do have silver linings. Three days of thunder-storms on last year’s winter vacation left me wondering what other people do when nasty weather confines them to their motorhomes — so I asked. The results of those inquiries were published in the August 2012 issue... Read more »

American Revolution 38s

Fleetwood--150

by Bob Livingston
September 30, 2013

  Fleetwood’s 38S model may be 
the smallest coach in the 
veteran builder’s higher-end lineup, 
but it’s packed with all the 
features expected for luxury living   In the world of luxury coaches, space is an important consideration. So when Fleetwood released its 2014 American... Read more »

Amazon CamperForce: Your Next Adventure

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Laura Michaels
September 16, 2013

  RVers are known for their enthusiasm, always looking for their next destination and exciting experience. For RVers, then, Campbellsville, Ky., Coffeyville, Kan., and Fernley, Nev., might not be the first towns that come to mind when thinking about that next adventure. But adventure is exactly... Read more »

When Work 
and Camping Combine

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by Arline Chandler
September 4, 2013

  For RVers, Workamping 
is a Ticket 
to Travel   In 1987, Greg and Debbie Robus founded Workamper News, a publication that later expanded into numerous services including a job hot line, a resume service and a bookstore to serve RVers who want a ticket to travel. Notice, I didn’t say... Read more »

2013 RV OOPS AWARDS

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by Larry MacDonald
August 6, 2013

  “What’s the dumbest thing you’ve ever done while RVing?” Electrical Errors and Fuel-Pump Fiascoes are 
Among This Year’s Top 10 Motorhome Mishaps Most RVers have experienced a major or 
minor mishap that spoiled an otherwise delightful camping trip. I’ve selected 10 such misfortunes... Read more »

Little RV on the Prairie

RV on prairie

Cyndi Hoelzle, Contributing Writer
June 27, 2013

  Homestead Hopping Along Laura Ingalls Wilder Memorial Highway It started out innocently enough. My kids and I listened to the first Little House on the Prairie on audiobook on a long road trip. The simple language captivated them and kept them quiet for hours. So, like any smart mom, I checked... Read more »

Full-Timer Transition at Cal-Am Resort’s Superstition Views

Cal-Am Resort's Superstition Views

Jeff Crider
Photos: Cal-Am Resorts
March 28, 2013

In many ways, Jill and Clint Baumann are deep into the motorhome lifestyle and love it. They have been full-time RVing for almost 12 years, with children and grandchildren spread across California, Arizona, Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio and Michigan. Superstition Views kitchen & dining... Read more »

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