Keen on Kenai

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by Bobbie Hasselbring
December 23, 2013

  An RV Tour of this Peninsula Reveals Calving Glaciers, World-Class Fishing and Whale Watching   Alaska is on many RVers’ bucket lists. They save for a lifetime to “do Alaska.” However, Alaska is HUGE — 663,300 square miles to be exact. If you divide Alaska in half, Texas would still be... Read more »

Meeting Winter Along Oregon’s Coast

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by Rhonda Ostertag
December 19, 2013

  Savoring the Off-Season in the Pacific Northwest   While winter snowbirding is the answer for many, for a few freewheeling spirits confronting winter head-on is the preferred ticket, and it doesn’t get much better than at the Oregon coast, where the Pacific Ocean is anything but placid.... Read more »

Living an RVer’s Dream on the American River

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by Ken Reid
November 25, 2013

  Find Adventure and Fun in Northern California’s Coloma-Lotus Valley   Like many other motorhome enthusiasts, my wife and I have often daydreamed about what our ideal campsite would look like. The most important factor for us is close proximity to water. Being able to see and hear a stream... 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 »

South Padre Wild

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By Bobbie Hasselbring
September 4, 2013

  Animal 
Encounters Abound 
On This Lively South Texas 
Island   Our first glimpse of South Padre Island’s high-rise skyline and the super-modern Queen Isabella Causeway linking the South Texas mainland and this stretch of white sand makes my heart sink. We’ve driven our motorhome to... Read more »

RV Adventures with Explorers 
and Inventors on Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island

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by Christine Goodier
August 6, 2013

RV trips often provide us the opportunity to learn about people and places we vaguely remember from school days long past. While traveling the coast of Cape Breton Island for a week, my husband, Bob, and I found ourselves following in the footsteps of explorers drawn to these shores for five centuries.Mid-summer... Read more »

Scuffing and Scoffing through Newfoundland

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Christine Goodier
July 15, 2013

“Are these towns really 500 miles apart?” I asked my husband, Bob, as I opened a map of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada’s easternmost province. He was preparing our Class B Sprinter motorhome for a long summer drive while I worked on our itinerary. We had allotted three weeks and would need every... Read more »

Kootenay: Awe-inspiring Canadian Rockies

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Bobbie Hasselbring
October 24, 2012

They rise up like titans, ancient seabeds thrust into vertical slabs of sedimentary rock, bent and folded into towering peaks capped with icy glaciers. Welcome to the Kootenay (“koot-knee”) Rockies, southeastern British Columbia’s impressive and largely undiscovered mountain playground — a perfect... Read more »

Audubon State Historic Site, Louisiana

Once the home of naturalist John James Audubon, Oakley Plantation in St. Francisville is still a haven for nature lovers.

Bill Stoughton
May 14, 2012

It was in the lush forest setting of Oakley Plantation northwest of Baton Rouge, La., that John James Audubon lived as an art teacher while working on his book, Birds of America. The year was 1821 and Birds of America was to become Audubon’s masterpiece. Writing in his journal, Audubon aptly described... Read more »

What’s Your RV Arrival Routine?

Joe and Vicki Kieva

Joe and Vicki Kieva
April 16, 2012

Most motorhome owners have a leveling and hookup routine they follow once their coach is in a campsite. And we all know the importance of having an uninterrupted disconnect routine when preparing to leave a campsite. But we seldom hear anyone talking about what they do from the time they pull into the... Read more »

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