When gasoline prices spiked upward last year, many consumers began looking for RVs that were cheaper to buy and maintain, leading to a surge in demand for inexpensive trailers.
Archives for February 2007
RV Stereo Is Mounted to Wall
ASA, an international manufacturer of mobile electronics, has introduced the Jensen AM/FM/CD stereo designed to be mounted on the wall of an RV or van.
RV Corral Expands
RV Corral has added a new owner and expanded its location in Coburg, Oregon, by opening a new Motorhome and Travel Trailer Center a block south of its previous location.
February can be a difficult month—days are dark, damp and chilly; there’s often rain and wind, and in some areas perhaps a later snowfall. We begin to get what is referred to as “cabin fever,” and we begin to dream of spring.
This year I made a resolution to try a lot of new fishing places. I’m such a creature of habit that I tend to work the same waters year after year, probably missing a lot of new adventures, and I needed to expand my fishing knowledge by exposing myself to different fishing techniques.
From Canada to California, and Oregon to Illinois, golf shows abound during the early months of the year, especially in February and March. Visiting a golf show is a great way to get yourself mentally back in the game. If nothing else, just being in a golf-charged venue for a few hours is bound to rekindle your dormant golf spirits.
What happened on my way south last year hardly seems believable but RVers are used to adventure, so you be the judge.
For thousands of years, seashells accumulated and coral fossilized upon the ocean floor. When the sea level finally receded, it exposed 136,700 square miles of limestone ringed with white sand beaches. Today it is one of the most distinctive pieces of real estate on earth: Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula.
Utah’s 13 world-class winter resorts are experiencing explosive growth, and if Nathan Rafferty, president of Ski Utah, has his way, it is just the beginning of the most exciting era in Utah ski history. All resorts broke records for attendance in 2005-06, a mere four years after Salt Lake City and Park City hosted the most successful Olympic Winter Games ever.
It is quiet as I leave camp in a remote part of northern Arizona and start up the trail, a pack full of camera gear on my back. I don’t need sunlight to feel my tight calf muscles or my aching shoulders, just some of the many body parts that are stiff and sore from my first backpack trip of the season. I figure it’s better than feeling like a slug, as I walk in the wee hours of dawn.