Category Archives: Camping

RV Camping During the Holidays

Thanksgiving to New Year’s is a special time. This holiday season presents special challenges for those who travel in a recreational vehicle, but the benefits and rewards are numerous. Make the most of your holiday by celebrating with family and … Continue reading

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RV Destinations For Cold Weather Camping

“Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…” Cold weather months can be a great time to travel and camp in a recreational vehicle. Spending the winter in an RV where the temperature plunges down to 20 degrees below … Continue reading

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Quartzsite: Woodstock of the Snowbird Set

During our last visit to the annual Quartzsite Sports, Vacation & RV Show in January, we reminisced about how Quartzsite has changed over the last 16 years since our first visit and what future years might bring. If you pass … Continue reading

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Wide Path Campers Introduces Ultralight Trailer Towable by Bicycle

A Danish company could help reshape the future of camping. Wide Path Camper has introduced a travel trailer light enough to haul behind a bike. It’s the camper’s lightness that makes the Wide Path groundbreaking. There have been a few … Continue reading

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Dry Falls: World’s Largest Waterfall

As the name suggests, Dry Falls no longer carries water, but is the remnant of what was once the world’s largest (in water volume) waterfall known to have existed on earth, but that was during the Great Missoula Floods at … Continue reading

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Atomic Red Rocket Camper Turns Heads

Alaskan-born Bill Guernsey survived a horrific plane crash and used his two year recovery time to create something unique. Guernsey spent six hours a day, six days a week to create a bizarre, yet unique red rocket camper with an atomic … Continue reading

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Tailgating &Carbon Monoxide Dangers

You can’t see it, smell it, or taste it, but carbon monoxide causes about 400 deaths in America each year. Further, carbon monoxide poisoning sends some 20,000 people to the emergency room each year. As thousands pull into Birmingham for … Continue reading

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Family Vacation Photos Subject to Tax & Fines

Taking photos from your phone now poses a serious risk to your pocket book. Believe it or not, the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) is finalizing plans to fine photographers who shoot on federal wild lands without a permit. Under the measure, … Continue reading

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Fall Camping Is Fall Foliage, Pumpkin Patches & Much More

It’s that time of year again and fall means pumpkin patches, corn mazes, and hay rides. Of course one of the most compelling reasons to camp in fall is the burst of color on the trees as the leaves change … Continue reading

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Fall RV Camping: 3 Colorful Destinations

As summer comes to a close, the bright blues and greens that characterize the season are replaced by a deeper, more vibrant palette. As the trees start to don their bright fall colors, the best time of year for viewing … Continue reading

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