Winnebago Touring Coach: Travato 59G

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by Donya Carlson
April 28, 2014

  The Successful Marriage Between Fiat and Chrysler Results in a Stylish Class B That’s Fun, Practical and Easy to Park   When considering the purchase of a motorhome, it’s always a good idea to think about how you plan to use it, where you plan to store it and if the end justifies the... Read more »

Fabulous Fundy Coast

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by Christine Goodier
April 23, 2014

  Sipping Tea and Timing Tides in New Brunswick, Canada   Atlantic Canada is a treasure-trove for RVers, with gems to fill an entire summer, as my husband, Robert, and I discovered while touring in our 22-foot Sprinter motorhome. In New Brunswick, we encountered historic sites, the world’s... Read more »

Molto Forza!

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by Bob Livingston
April 23, 2014

  Winnebago uses its design muscle to introduce a feature-rich diesel pusher that’s priced closer to a highline gasser   When Winnebago set out to add another line to its family of diesel pushers, the company targeted potential owners who desire to move up from a gasser and are willing to... Read more »

Phaeton 40 QBH

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by Bob Livingston
March 25, 2014

  Tiffin Motorhomes has Added All the Elements to Make this Coach Live Well in the Lap of Luxury at a Surprising Price Point   Forty feet seems to be the magical number when it comes to sizing motorhomes. There’s plenty of length to satisfy those who want maximum livability without going... Read more »

Tanks For The Memories

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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 »

Exploring California’s Central Coast

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by Cyndi Hoelzle
March 19, 2014

  From Big Sur to Santa Cruz, the Pacific Coast Landscape is Filled with Rugged Beauty, Windswept Cypress Trees and Rocky Cliffs   It’s just like in the movies. The narrow, two-lane road snakes along, hugging the cliffs. On one side, the Santa Lucia Mountains soar upward. On the other side,... Read more »

WINNEBAGO TREND 23L

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by Chris Hemer
February 26, 2014

  European Styling and a New Platform Provide Economical RVing for the Whole Family   OK, I’ll admit it. I didn’t want to like the new Winnebago Trend Class C. It’s certainly not because I have anything against Winnebago, as the company has one of the broadest, high-quality product lines... Read more »

A Bumper Crop of New MotorHomes for 2014

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by Chris Hemer
February 24, 2014

  At the RV Industry’s Premier Trade Show, There Were Hundreds of Reasons Why The Future Looks Bright   In every industry, there is an event that is recognized as “the one” — a happening that has become so famous, naming it in its entirety is no longer necessary. The Caanes International... Read more »

Finding Old Florida

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by Christine Goodier
February 24, 2014

  A Motorhome Journey Down the Atlantic Coast “They’re paving the whole state,” observed novelist John D. MacDonald’s fictional alter ego, Travis Magee, back in 1982. And there’s no doubt that development has changed Florida since the days when my family piled into a ’56 Chevy to visit... Read more »

Four Fabulous Texas Parks

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by Donna Ikenberry
January 27, 2014

  These state parks with campgrounds offer an array of outdoor activities for RVers   Texas is big, and has more than enough state parks to keep RVers busy exploring for a long time. Although I haven’t visited them all, I do have four favorites — Palo Duro Canyon, Caprock Canyons, Seminole... Read more »

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