Forest Jewels: Wild Mountain Blackberries


by Bobbie Hasselbring
July 24, 2014

In northern climates like the Pacific Northwest, a little forest jewel is ripening — wild mountain blackberries.   For RVers who are traveling to Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, or the Yukon and love to forage, wild mountain blackberries are a treat worth seeking out. Most of us are... Read more »



by Larry MacDonald; IIllustration by Bob McMahon
July 24, 2014

    Our annual countdown of the Top 10 motorhome mishaps, from dumb to dumbest Every year, adventurous folks like us go camping in our motorhomes and every year, we do some dumb things. Mostly, they are minor mistakes like running out of fuel or forgetting to unplug the power cord when leaving... Read more »

Up, Up and Away at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta


by Christine Goodier
July 23, 2014

    This 9-day event fills the sky with colorful, fanciful figures and puts RVers right in the heart of the action   Some days it pays to get up early. Last October we rolled out of bed, donned our warmest jackets, and left our Class B Sprinter motorhome in the dark. The world’s largest... Read more »



by Tori Tellem
June 20, 2014

  From Furnishings to Decorations and More, These Products Will Help Set Off the Summer Season in Style While selecting a motorhome is based on its floorplan and interior furnishings, the fact is that most of us would rather be outside, weather permitting. There’s something very satisfying about... Read more »

Road Foodie: Cool RV Cookware


by Bobbie Hasselbring
June 19, 2014

Unless you’re a full-timer, chances are the cookware in your motorhome’s galley looks like mine — a few extras and mismatched odds and ends from garage sales and thrift stores. It’s tough to make a good meal with worn-out pans and dull knives, and I recently replaced some of those castoffs with... Read more »

Two wheels Mean Twice the Fun


by E. Don Smith
June 3, 2014

  Not only is cycling good exercise, it’s a great way to explore the area beyond your campsite   Since the 1800s, when the modern bicycle was invented in Europe, mankind has been fascinated with using our own power to propel ourselves around on two wheels. Throughout the history of the... Read more »

Get Your Vote In!


June 2, 2014

MotorHome kicks off 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards   You, the MotorHome reader, are an expert when it comes to living the RV lifestyle. You have the experience, you’ve tested the products, and you know the best brands and manufacturers available. Now is the time to share that knowledge by participating... Read more »

A Day at the Beach


by Dave G. Houser
May 1, 2014

  These 8 Great Sand-Sculpting Events Offer Fun in the Sun for Children of All Ages   Put kids on a beach, give them a bucket and sand shovel, and what happens? Sand castles. Call it child’s play if you will, but the magical mix of sand and water that has always enamored youngsters is increasingly... Read more »

On a Roll


by Bobbie Hasselbring
April 28, 2014

  When cinnamon, sugar and butter come together in a breakfast pastry, it’s heavenly.   And when I’m traveling in my motorhome, it’s always worth a few extra miles to find the perfect cinnamon roll. The origin of cinnamon rolls (aka sticky rolls, sticky buns, or honey buns) isn’t clear.... Read more »

Tanks For The Memories


by Alan Rider
March 24, 2014

  Driving a British Chieftain and Shooting a World War II-era Sten Makes for a One-Of-A-Kind Day Out in Kasota, Minn.   Staring at the blue Oldsmobile someone has carelessly parked in front of me, I press down on the accelerator, filling the air with a thick cloud of coal-black diesel exhaust.... Read more »

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