U-Neek RV Center in Southwest Washington, which will mark its 30th year in business on Labor Day weekend, is truly a family business.
Archives for June 2008
GarageTown isn’t your ordinary RV storage place. First, you don’t rent space; you buy it. And secondly, you get a unit that is wired for electricity, Internet and cable TV, and comes with a clubhouse where you can relax with friends in front of a big-screen TV.
If you and your horses want to travel in style, you now have a new option, the Equine Motorcoach, a luxury motorhome and upscale horse trailer all in one.
Winegard Makes TV Converter
Winegard Company, which makes TV reception products for RVs, is offering a converter box that will enable analog television sets to continue to receive television signals when local broadcast stations switch entirely to a digital television format.
Winnebago Debuts 2009 Models
Nearly half of Winnebago’s motorhomes will be new or redesigned for 2009, the company reported. The 2009 lineup, which was introduced at the Winnebago dealer convention in Las Vegas in May, includes increased differentiation between the Winnebago and Itasca brands. The company said it will hold the line on prices on Class A diesel products despite significant upgrades.
The air is sweet most everywhere you travel in June. The coolness of spring still clings in most places, but it is edging toward summer. Summer comes slowly in the Northwest, but when it comes it has a delicious pleasure to it.
"Hey Bob!” It was my buddy Jim on the phone. “My wife’s relatives are all camping at Fort Stevens and want to go fishing. Can we put the big boat in the water?” We definitely needed the big boat. Jim’s wife has a million relatives and when they RV at the park, he gets to handle the entertainment.
Baseball great Yogi Berra once said, “Baseball is 90 percent mental, and the other half is physical.” He could very well have been describing the game of golf. And despite the bad math, you get the picture. Anyone who’s ever played the game knows there are more things going on between the ears than there are in the physical act of swinging the club.
This is the last of a four-part series on Sharlene Minshall’s latest trip to Alaska. She and two friends, Ron and Cathy Benton, flew to Anchorage and rented an RV.)
It’s no secret that the RV industry has been hurt by this year’s economic slump and rising gas prices, but there is at least one bright spot for the state of Washington: Adventurer Manufacturing, which makes truck campers, motorhomes and fifth wheels, has announced plans to move to Washington from Canada.
Sea otters are charming creatures. Watch them for a while and you’ll be enchanted by their antics. They are cute whether they are grooming, sleeping, using a rock to crack open an abalone shell or simply caring for their young. However, it wasn’t until my husband, Mike, and I spent time exploring California’s Central Coast that I realized there’s another reason for wiling away an afternoon watching these playful creatures: Otters choose some mighty fine spots in which to take up residence.