Going Solo

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By Arline Chandler
November 22, 2014

  Meet Three Women RVers Who Call the Road Their Home   A few years ago, a single woman living full time on the road in a motorhome was rare, yet today solo RVers are common. They choose to make an RVing lifestyle for various reasons: retirement, divorce, empty nests, fulfillment of a dream... Read more »

A Winter Escape to Phoenix

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By Mary Zalmanek
November 21, 2014

  Find plenty of sunshine, outdoor adventures and fascinating attractions in the heart of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert   While the rest of North America was enduring the brutal 2014 winter, my husband, Jim, and I spent two glorious weeks in Phoenix, Arizona, where weathermen were reporting... Read more »

Bringing The Inside … Out

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October 24, 2014

  Sponsored Feature     Luxury parks work to offer snowbirds and year-round RVers services and amenities generally reserved for upscale hotels and exotic resort getaways   There comes a time when RVing isn’t about roughing it, becoming one with nature or cavorting with local... Read more »

Fun & Games

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by Mary Zalmanek
October 21, 2014

  Seven Mild-to-Wild Sports for RVers   Helen Keller once said, “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” As my husband, Jim, and I have traveled the United States in our motorhome, we have met RVers who participate in sports and recreation at levels we never imagined possible.... Read more »

Spectacular Sedona

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By Ken Reid
October 16, 2014

  An Awe-Inspiring Red-Rock Wonderland in North-Central Arizona   Spectacular! That’s the word my wife, Gayle, and I use to describe our visit to the 140,000-acre area known as Red Rock Country, surrounding the town of Sedona, Arizona, in the Coconino National Forest. During our decades... Read more »

Tamales: The Perfect Portable Food

The tamale wrapped in banana leaf is a Veracruz-style tamale. The others are traditional Mexican tamales wrapped in corn husks.

by Bobbie Hasselbring
August 21, 2014

  While I love to cook in my motorhome, sometimes I just run out of gas (so to speak) and want delicious comfort food without the hassle. The perfect solution: tamales. They’re inexpensive, freeze well and make a tasty meal in a snap. For those unfamiliar with this Mesoamerican favorite, tamales... Read more »

British Columbia’s ‘Secret’ Sunshine Coast

ayaking in Smuggler Cove is a fun and peaceful way to enjoy the Sunshine Coast.

by Bobbie Hasselbring
August 19, 2014

  Extending 110 miles along the Strait of Georgia, from Howe Sound to Desolation Sound, this Canadian west coast wonderland is filled with coastal bays, uncrowded campgrounds and old-growth forests North of Vancouver, British Columbia, there’s a strip of waterfront called “the Sunshine Coast”... Read more »

Forest Jewels: Wild Mountain Blackberries

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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 »

2014 RV OOPS AWARDS

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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

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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 »

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