The new Domani by Carriage is a different kind of luxury fifth wheel. Its stylish design reflects the influences of European automakers and upscale boat builders, but unlike many full-size fifth wheels, the Domani doesn’t need to be hauled by a one-ton dually or something larger.
Archives for October 2007
Northwood Manufacturing has staked its claim to the luxury fifth-wheel market with a substantial addition to its Arctic Fox line—the new 32-5S Silver Fox Special Edition, with new amenities, residential features, and visual appeal, all placing it a cut above previous models.
Clip Adjusts Seatbelts
One reason people give for failing to buckle up is that seatbelts cut uncomfortably across the chest or chafe the neck. Now, a simple device lets you adjust the seatbelt for a better fit.
Correction on Humphreys
There may be no one better known in the RV world than David Humphreys, former president of the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, but that didn’t keep us from misspelling his name in a September story announcing his appointment as chief executive officer of National R. V. Holdings of Perris, California. We regret the error.
The hillsides around the valley in which I live are robed now in seasonal mustard golds, peppery reds, cinnamon tans, nutmeg browns and warm oranges. The tawny leaves have begun to dry, and the serrated edges are curling inward—taking them in my hands I feel like I’m holding autumn.
It’s that time of the year, the foot stomping, nose blowing time of the year! Frost will come calling, and kids will be bawling, ‘cause wintertime freezes your ears!” (To the tune of “It’s That Time of the Year.”)
Sliding my truck into four-wheel drive, I headed out over the dunes. A few hundred yards away, I could see a half-dozen pickups backed up to the river. I started getting a little pumped up—this could be quite a morning.
The USGA, in conjunction with the R&A in St. Andrews, Scotland, writes, interprets, and maintains the rules of golf to guard the tradition and integrity of the game. The two organizations are joint authors and owners of The Rules of Golf and Decisions on the Rules of Golf. Through an agreement with the R&A, the […]
I guess that since The Wahoo, my senior high school yearbook, listed “Unmatchable Wit” under my name, I could say I’ve always been a crazy cutup, but on rare occasions I’ve had to take “cut up” in a more serious vein.
Did you ever wish you could quit your job and hit the road?
Many of us have had that thought at one time or other, but we keep plugging along through our working lives, taking the two- or three-week vacation, and wishing it were longer.
At an elevation of 10,430 feet, Leadville, Colorado, is the highest incorporated city in North America. You have to climb high in the Rocky Mountains to get there, but it’s worth the trip.