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Alaska-The Two Lakes Trail leads hikers and bikers through spruce and hemlock rainforests. Waterfront Park on Resurrection Bay offers RV sites with water and electric hookups as well as dry camping.
Alaska-Creek Street in Ketchikan is the historic red-light district where “both men and salmon came upstream to spawn.”
Alaska-Getting There We drove our Class A motorhome from Colorado to Blaine, Washington, just south of Vancouver, British Colombia, and left it in Pantec Mini Storage, a fenced, secure storage unit. We left our dinghy vehicle at the Vancouver airport and flew to Anchorage, where we rented a motorhome for six days. Then we took a 10-day land and sea Princess Cruisetour, which disembarked in Vancouver. We then took a leisurely seven weeks to get back to Colorado in our motorhome, enjoying sights in the Lower 48 along the way.

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Dometic PLB40 Portable Lithium Battery

Perfect for off-grid camping, the Dometic PLB40 lithium battery was designed to run 12-volt DC appliances — specifically, Dometic’s line of CFX mobile compressor...
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Origami On the Water

Looking to ply the waters but don’t have the space to store a traditional kayak? Oru has launched its first tandem folding kayak, the...
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Smart Surge Protector Reports RV Power to Your Phone

Hughes Autoformers’ Power Watchdog EPO (Emergency Power Off) combines Bluetooth technology with the automatic shut off and re-start of an energy management system, offering...
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Pump it Up! New Line of Inflators from VIAIR

VIAIR has announced a new line of portable tire inflators designed specifically for RVs. The four RVS tire inflators are the only portable compressors...
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Straight as an Arrow

New adjustable drag link makes it simple to center the steering wheel on Ford F-53 chassis Piloting a motorhome has its own set of idiosyncrasies...