United Shade Introduces Impulse Roller Shade

United Shade Introduces Impulse Roller Shade

Elkhart, Indiana-based United Shade, a Dicor Corp. affiliate recently introduced the patent-pending Impulse Shade System that is being billed as a “breakthrough in roller shade technology.” The Impulse roller shade is an all-new roller shade platform designed for quick and easy installation and adjustment. It provides a fully assembled, one-piece, fabric wrapped valance and shade combination […]

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National Park Service Announce 2016 Centennial Challenge Projects

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The National Park Service (NPS) announced nearly $48 million of Centennial Challenge projects to help parks across the country improve visitor services and support outreach to new audiences. The projects, many of which tackle deferred maintenance, come as the NPS kicks off its second century of service. Congress provided $15 million for the projects which […]

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Out & About In Southern California

Located in Palm Desert, the world famous El Paseo Shopping District features over 300 world-class shops, clothing boutiques, art galleries, jewelers, and restaurants lined along a picture-postcard floral and statue-filled mile. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

Southern California boasts a diverse geographical terrain—you can experience the desert, sandy beaches, and snow-capped mountains all within just a few hour’s drive. Start your Southern California journey with something sweet by visiting Shields Date Garden in Indio and you’ll find yourself in a date oasis where the Shields have been growing their own since […]

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Celebrate National Parks Centennial With Unforgettable Experiences

In addition to desert flora and fauna, the western part of Joshua Tree National Park includes some of the most interesting geologic displays found in California's deserts. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

As an RVer who has explored national parks across America, it’s easy to agree with author Wallace Stegner, who called these treasures the best idea America has ever had. In honor of this year’s 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, here’s my list of unforgettable experiences in these natural and historical gems. 1.  Explore […]

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The Old Pueblo: Tucson

Saguaro National Park, Rincon Unit, Arizona. © Rex Vogel, all rights reserved

The Old Pueblo has attracted visitors for centuries. First occupied by ancient Paleo-Indians as far back as 12,000 years ago, Tucson, known as the Old Pueblo, is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in America. The ancients were followed by the Hohokam, then the Pima and Tohono ‘O’odham tribes. Next came the Spanish in […]

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Winegard Introduces RoadTrip T4 In-Motion Satellite Dish

Winegard Introduces RoadTrip T4 In-Motion Satellite Dish

Burlington, Iowa-based Winegard announced the introduction of the new RoadTrip T4 Automatic In-Motion RV Satellite Dish. The roof mounted satellite antenna which lets families enjoy live TV while traveling down the road delivers Dish, DirecTV, and Bell TV programming. “The T4 is simple to use with 100 percent automatic, easy one-button operation.” said Eric Guldager, […]

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