Tapping Routes to Nature’s Flower Box


By Rhonda Ostertag
April 21, 2015

  A Tour of Wildflower Hot Spots Across the Country   When nature’s wand sweeps over the barren-sleep of winter, the transformation is celebratory and a signal to travel. Given the diversity of this great land, the wildflower theater is varied and the timing accommodating — even for procrastinators.... Read more »

Push It!


By Kristopher Bunker
April 20, 2015

  These Entry Level Class A Diesel Pushers Pack In the Amenities Without Breaking the Bank Mention “diesel pusher” to a fellow RVer and you’re likely to get a predictable, old-fashioned response: He/she will laud the diesel’s muscle, long-term durability, relatively quiet ride and improved... Read more »

Realm of One


By Chris Hemer
March 31, 2015

  Foretravel and Motor Home Specialist Team Up to Create a Unique Luxury Motor Coach   Significant achievements are rarely the work of just one mind. The seed that becomes a tree of inspiration is usually sown by a dedicated team, motivated by a singular vision. In the world of luxury motor... Read more »

A is for Affordable


By Kristopher Bunker
March 30, 2015

  This baker’s dozen of Class A motorhomes offer top-notch amenities without busting the budget In the art of sales, few words are as open-ended as “affordable.” From vacuums to appliances on up to RVs, the A-word is thrown around with seemingly reckless abandon, and is often used as a sales... Read more »

North to Alaska: A 5,000-Mile Journey to the Last Frontier

Emerald Lake’s color is caused by fine limestone dust just below the water’s surface.

By Neela Bhagat
March 30, 2015

        The Final Leg — Valdez, Alaska, to Prince George, British Columbia   We’ve reached the last part of our great Alaskan adventure, but we still have 12 more days and roughly 1,800 miles left to explore, including a trip on the White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad... Read more »

Death Valley National Park


By Dennis and Cheryl DeNoi
February 23, 2015

A Land of Extremes on the California/Nevada Border   “Hottest, driest and lowest.” That pretty much sums up Death Valley National Park, but this enchanted land is so much more. The beautiful, and somewhat out-of-this-world valley, is also known as The Valley of Life to the Timbisha Shoshone... Read more »

Tantalizing (RV) Tech


by Chris Hemer and Rick Kessler
February 23, 2015

  The annual Recreation Vehicle Industry Association Show highlighted motorhomes both big and small, plus a host of exciting technologies   Elkhart, Indiana, and its surrounding suburbs are to RVs what Detroit is to automobiles, with more than 80 percent of the market coming from this essentially... Read more »

Unity U24MB


by Chris Hemer
February 23, 2015

  Leisure Travel Vans’ flagship motorhome gets it right in all the right places   Good things come in small packages. We’ve all heard this expression, which, of course, relates to tiny crushed-velvet boxes with sparkling contents. But when it comes to motorhomes, usually the opposite... Read more »

Automated Intelligence


By Dennis Brewer
February 23, 2015

  How to remotely control 120-volt AC circuits, lights and appliances in a motorhome using Z-Wave technologies   One of the features of today’s custom homes and high-end bus conversions is automation, or the ability to control just about anything from one place, even when you’re not actually... Read more »

A 5,000-Mile Journey to the Last Frontier


By Neela Bhagat
February 20, 2015

  The Third Leg — Homer, Alaska, to Valdez, Alaska   Now at Homer, we’re roughly at the halfway mark of our great Alaskan adventure with 23 days, and about 2,200 miles behind us. In Part III, we will experience the spectacular scenery of an untouched wilderness and a profusion of mountains,... Read more »

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