Winnebago Industries, which has been gaining in Class C motorhome sales through the popularity of its View and Navion models, has expanded its lineup for 2007 to include two value-priced newcomers, the Winnebago Access and Itasca Impulse.
Archives for August 2006
Poison Ivy Blocked
Cade Laboratories has introduced two new products, Buji Block and Buji Wash, that are designed to protect campers against poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac.
Winnebago Debuts 2007 Models
Winnebago Industries has unveiled its lineup of Winnebago and Itasca motorhomes for 2007 with a total of 86 floor plans, about 30 percent of them new or redesigned.
We are entering the hot and breathless time of year most everywhere you travel these days. In gardens from the Southwest to the Northwest and eastward, orange and yellow marigolds bloom profusely. Their pungent, musky scent lingers in the air.
Of all the bus conversions, the Scenicruiser is the undisputed king of the road. This twin-layered 40-foot leviathan originally served as the jewel in the crown for Greyhound Bus Lines.
A picture that I love occupies a place of honor in my fishing and hunting room. It’s an old, simple painting, framed with a couple of rough redwood boards, dimmed with the smoke of a thousand pipes, administered each evening when my grandfather settled in his easy chair and turned on the radio to catch the news.
California has long been a favorite destination for snowbirding RVers. And if your passion for hitting the road also includes hitting the links, you’ll want to consider some of the wonderful RV-golf resorts available throughout the Golden State.
Life happens during twenty years as a full-time RVer. Family is part of your life just as it would be if you were landbound. In 1988, I drove 300 miles from where I worked as a cabin girl on the Bar-M Dude Ranch near Pendleton, Oregon, to Republic, Washington, just in time to see Rebecca Minshall Wadlington discover America. This year I RVed from Arizona to Leavenworth, Washington, to watch her graduate with a hug from the Cascade High School principal, who just happens to be her father, Bill.
Will high fuel prices discourage RVers from traveling this summer?
That seems to be the question about RVing that most fascinates the media, or at least that’s what I’ve gleaned from sampling a month’s worth of RV stories on the Internet.
My nose was scrunched and my mouth full of dirt as I lifted myself up off the forest floor. Quickly I searched my pack for Handi Wipes, and removed the last trace of dirt from my face as a gray haired couple happened by. I got up, smiled sheepishly, and said with a bit of embarrassment, “I fell. It always happens when I’m too busy looking at the beautiful scenery.”