Berkshire 390 BH: A New Offering from 
Forest River

Berkshire 390 BH

Chuck and Teresa Campbell
May 14, 2013

Setting new standards in residential luxury, Forest River debuted its new high-end diesel bunkhouse model, the Berkshire 390 BH. The Elkhart, Ind.-based manufacturer rolled out four new quad-slide floorplans this year that take aim at the median sector of the luxury motorhome market. One, the 360 QL,... Read more »

Waxing Made Easy

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Bob Livingston , Publisher
May 8, 2013

Keeping the exterior of a motorhome clean and waxed is a never-ending process. Many of us store our rigs outside, subjecting the exterior to harsh elements including dirt, soot, bird droppings and hours of intense sunshine. Every time I get ready to wash and wax a motorhome I think about that famous... Read more »

Taking the High Road to Taos

Gorge Bridge

David Barber
May 3, 2013

  Northern New Mexico is a beloved destination. In addition to the high desert landscape, it has a unique cultural history. Unlike much of the United States, the first settlers (after the indigenous peoples) were the Spanish, who came north from Mexico in 1540, 80 years before the English colonists... Read more »

Replacing RV Wiper Blades

E. Don Smith
April 13, 2013

Last year it seemed as if every time I drove my motorhome it was raining, which led to the realization that I needed new and better wiper blades. All it takes is a few hours behind the windshield in a torrential downpour to give you some perspective on the significance of good wiper blades. In our October... Read more »

Exploring Cochise County, Arizona

The Organ Pipe Formation in Chiricahua National Monument

Mary Zalmanek
March 26, 2013

During a recent two-month trip in our motorhome, my husband, Jim, and I joined the migration of snowbirds seeking sunshine and adventure in Arizona. As our sojourn drew to a close, we spent five days in Cochise County, Arizona, exploring natural and historic sights in the southeastern corner of the state. The... Read more »

Foretravel IH 45 Reviewed

Foretravel IH45

Bob Livingston
Photos courtesy of Foretravel , Publisher
March 21, 2013

Lyle Reed loves trains. He spent most of his career as an executive for a number of railroads and retired from his CEO post in 1996. He’s also a motorhome enthusiast who bought a specially built 42-foot Foretravel in 2003 (not his first) and by 2005 he led a group of investors that bought the company.... Read more »

A Motorhome Trip to Alaska

Alaska Featured

Thomas Michalski
March 5, 2013

For More Information and a Free Guidebook, Click Here! My romance with Alaska began as a child when I poured over books about dog sleds, grizzly bears and ice-capped mountains. I was enthralled by the radio and later TV show, “Sergeant Preston of the Yukon,” and his famous sled dog, Yukon King.... Read more »

Western South Dakota’s Black Hills and Badlands

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Bobbie Hasselbring
Photos: Anne Weaver
February 28, 2013

The Black Hills of western South Dakota have long been a favorite of RVers. We came to this area to explore the natural side of the Black Hills — the plants and animals, geology and natural history that existed before the trappers, miners and homesteaders came — and we weren’t disappointed. South... Read more »

Explorations in Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree National Park

Donna Ikenberry
February 25, 2013

My mom used to despise the desert. She loves all shades of green haunts, and dreary, rainy skies. So it was a surprise when she agreed to take a drive with me through Southern California’s Joshua Tree National Park. Joshua Tree National Park I had been boasting to her about Joshua Tree and all its... Read more »

Winnebago Vista 26HE Reviewed

Winnebago Vista 26HE Class A

Chuck & Teresa Campbell
February 21, 2013

Just when it seemed that pricing of new Class A gas motorhomes had reached epic heights, Winnebago Industries of Forest City, Iowa, has rolled out the Vista 26HE — an economical, no-frills floorplan that can fit into just about anyone’s budget. The company believes including necessary features,... Read more »

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