Have Camera — Will Travel

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by Rhonda Ostertag
January 27, 2014

  Tips and Tricks to Make Your Vacation Photos Sparkle With a good camera and your motorhome’s ticket to adventure, you have all the ingredients to whip up the perfect martini to lasting memories. But a few photography tips to improve the concoction couldn’t hurt. For those who do not travel... Read more »

Java Jive: The Road to Great Coffee

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by Bobbie Hasselbring
January 21, 2014

  Coffee. Java. Mojo. Morning mud. Cup of Joe. Who doesn’t love the taste and smell of a cup of freshly brewed coffee in the morning, especially during the colder winter months? As RVers, we have the advantage of being able to make fresh, hot coffee in our motorhomes. Buying coffee roasted in... Read more »

Resolutions for RV Foodies

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by Bobbie Hasselbring
December 26, 2013

  With the New Year, you’re probably thinking about resolutions — those annual “exercise more, lose weight, eat healthier” promises most of us make. The RV lifestyle can play havoc with resolutions, especially when it comes to healthy eating. Too often, we opt for convenience when we travel... Read more »

Craving Great Chocolate

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by Bobbie Hasselbring
December 26, 2013

  With the holidays fast approaching, my thoughts turn to sweets, especially chocolate. It makes a terrific gift. I mean, really, who doesn’t love receiving a box of wonderful chocolate? A dozen years ago or so, I spent a year researching and then writing two books on chocolate: The Chocolate... Read more »

Cornucopia: A Canadian-style feast

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by Bobbie Hasselbring
December 24, 2013

  One of my favorite places for fall RV travel is Whistler, B.C., Canada, that iconic ski town that resembles a Swiss village. In winter, Whistler is best known for copious amounts of snow and black-diamond-level skiing. But, in November, the town comes alive for foodies with Cornucopia (www.whistlercornucopia.com),... Read more »

Meeting The Manatees

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by Alan Rider
November 25, 2013

  Thought to be the creatures on which ancient legends of enchanting sirens were based, Florida’s  gentle manatees may not win any beauty contests, but they’re still pretty darn hard to resist.   Shivering in my neoprene wetsuit, I’m huddled in the corner of a pontoon boat that’s slowly... Read more »

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 »

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 »

Rincon Country Plays to Interests of RVers

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by Jeff Crider
August 6, 2013

Domingo Alfaro and his wife, Marie, have spent at least 15 winters at Rincon Country East RV Resort in Tucson, Ariz. And while there are many parks that pride themselves on clean, inviting facilities, it was Rincon Country’s wood shop that drew Alfaro to the 460-site resort. Here he not only found... Read more »

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