Confused Calendar

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston, Publisher
January 31, 2013

When you’re in the magazine publishing business, your calendar is confusing. For example, as the March issue was assembled, we were putting final touches on the end-of-year holidays and packing a test coach for a trip to the California desert for some R&R and social time with a few other motorhome... Read more »

Running the Gamut

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston, Publisher
January 4, 2013

In the month prior to press time for this issue, I spent a lot of time living in motorhomes. That’s fine with me; I’d rather work from a motorhome than be stuck in the office. My time evaluating coaches gave me the opportunity to compare the livability of rigs from opposite ends of the spectrum.... Read more »

Great Choices

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston, Publisher
December 10, 2012

  Clearly, motorhome enthusiasts enjoy luxury and have a low threshold for discomfort. Consequently, all classes of motorhomes have evolved into well-equipped machines that provide the comforts of home with the added benefit of being able to explore new horizons. Case in point: Winnebago. The iconic... Read more »

Motorhome Traveling Tips

Joe and Vicki Kieva

Joe & Vicki Kieva
November 30, 2012

Planning when to go and how to get there adds to the anticipation of any motorhome road trip. Here are some thoughts to enhance the enjoyment of the journey. Consider traveling during the “shoulder” months of May, June, September and October. These months   experience mild weather and fewer travelers... Read more »

So Long To The Kievas

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston, Publisher
November 28, 2012

When Joe and Vicki Kieva, authors of the “Life on the Road” column, called to let me know they were going to hang up their keyboards, it was time for reflection. Where did all the years go? At first I was surprised. As admitted RV junkies who love to help others, I couldn’t imagine that they were... Read more »

A Classy C

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston, Publisher
October 22, 2012

When I got hooked on the RV lifestyle, motorhomes were a novelty. The motorized segment of the industry was experimenting with various configurations, many of which were quite comical when compared to today’s motorhomes. Pickup campers were plentiful, and probably were considered the most common “self-propelled”... Read more »

Staying Young

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston
October 4, 2012

Is it possible that motorhome enthusiasts have found the fountain of youth? Everyone wants to look and feel younger, especially the majority of RVers, who are not exactly spring chickens. The RV lifestyle is a pretty simple prescription for feeling younger than our actual ages suggest. All we have to... Read more »

RV Hall of Fame

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston
August 1, 2012

If you find yourself driving on I-80 in the northern Indiana city of Elkhart, you can’t help but notice the RV/MH Hall of Fame building. This beautiful structure is a living testament to the RV lifestyle and the people who dedicated their lives to the industry. While a monument to RVing may not have... Read more »

Priority Mail: Forwarding Mail on the Road

Joe and Vicki Kieva

Joe and Vicki Kieva
July 6, 2012

Motorhome travelers can easily arrange to have their mail forwarded to them while they are on the road by using the U.S. Postal Service’s Priority Mail.  The first and most important step is to find a reliable person who is willing to retrieve your mail from your home mailbox, put it into an envelope... Read more »

Slideshow: 2012 Louisville Good Sam Rally

July 3, 2012

Take a look at the sites and all the fun at the 2012 Goodsam Rally in Louisville!  Enticed? Head on over to TheRally.com and sign up for the next good sam rally. In Daytona Beach Florida.  The next rally runs November 2 through 4. Claim your own personal victory when the Rally returns to Daytona International... Read more »

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