In RV parlance, it’s a sport utility trailer (SUT) or a sport utility recreational vehicle (SURV), but to most people it’s a toy hauler, with the toys being motorcycles, ATVs, jet skis and the like. Whatever you call it, this type of RV has become increasingly popular, with more and more manufacturers entering the market.
Archives for May 2007
Cleaner Works Against Glare
Glare-X-Plus is a new glass cleaner designed to fight glare by installing a protective barrier that keeps dust and other particles from bonding to glass.
Services Held for RV Founder
Services were held at Calvary Cemetery in Tacoma, Washington, April 3 for Ralph Michael Baldasare, one of the founders of SouthSide Motors RV, a business that began some 60 years ago.
Should you be traveling in the Southwest some place, any place, on May 5, you may get in on one of the liveliest national holidays that Mexico observes—Cinco de Mayo. It is the day Mexico commemorates the 1862 Battle of Puebla in which a poorly equipped Mexican army, outnumbered three to one by Napoleon’s toughest troops, drove the French from Mexico. The victory marked the beginning of the end of European occupation, and the day is celebrated with Mariachi music, parades, feasting and fun.
What was the biggest fish you ever caught, Grampa?” I asked. This was quiet talk. We were sitting on the bank of the San Joaquin River in California angling for catfish. The weather was toasty and the fishing a bit slow. It was a great time for bonding between a grandfather and his grandson.
In the late 1800s, the south shore of Lake Tahoe became a popular retreat for wealthy families from San Francisco, Sacramento and Virginia City. Resorts, card rooms, saloons and even a dance floor mounted on springs were built to entertain visitors.
Sparkling 45-mile long Whidbey is the longest island in the Lower 48, but it has more to brag about than its length. Whidbey’s charm and beauty beckon those with a penchant for saltwater beaches, towering forests and lush farmlands.