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 »

Poking Fun

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston
July 2, 2012

Let’s face it; if we’re going to be motorhome enthusiasts, we’re going to make some mistakes. Hopefully, our mistakes and mishaps won’t lead to extensive (and costly) repairs. Fortunately, many of our mishaps while on the road, and particularly in camp, are pretty humorous when we look back at... Read more »

Brick Program Benefits Motorhome Hall of Fame

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June 12, 2012

 The RV/MH Hall of Fame & Museum created a new program to help reduce their recent loan and get RVers involved in the museum. Darryl Searer, president of the Hall of Fame, said that RVers, manufacturers and anyone else could contribute and be memorialized at the site with one of three bricks. He... Read more »

Just Me and My RV

Just me and my RV

May 21, 2012

  Andy Isaacson wrote a fantastic article for the New York Times and shared his experience of what RVing is really about — the journey.   The greenhorn RVer rented a small motorhome with a pair of friends, and like many road warriors, made a rough sketch of an itinerary.   From there, he grapples... Read more »

Economies of Scale

Bob Livingston

Bob Livingston
May 1, 2012

As the final final days of spring make way for the transition into the summer travel season, it’s time to bust out the campground directories, peruse the Internet and, in many cases, consult with motor­homing friends to make plans for our next trips. Once again our plans may be impacted by financial... Read more »

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