There are several reasons why you might want to incorporate plants into your RV’s décor, including creating a homey environment, cleaning the air of pollutants or simply indulging in your love of greenery. However, special care must be taken when selecting plants for your RV; not just any plant will thrive in that particular environment. […]
Archives for September 2010
I left Creston and eventually turned south on Hwy #17 through the channeled scablands of eastern Washington beside Lake Lenore and its huge basalt cliffs. It is fascinating country with a fascinating story. After one of many times crossing the Columbia River, I left Yakima and headed west along Hwy #12, one of my many […]
The Quartzsite Sports, Vacation and RV Show, now in its 28th year, will be a little later than usual in 2011, running from January 22 through 30. The show will take place at the Big Tent, a half-mile south of Interstate 10 on State Highway 95 in Quartzsite, Arizona.Attendance at the 2010 show was estimated […]
The National RV Trade Show at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville will open Nov. 30 with a breakfast meeting focusing on how the RV industry can meet its challenges and opportunities in 2011 and beyond.
The RV industry’s economic forecaster says he expects RV wholesale shipments, which surged in the first half of the year, to moderate in the second half. Dr. Richard Curtin, a University of Michigan economist who provides forecasts for the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, expects wholesale shipments to reach 239,900 units this year, a gain of […]
Damon Motor Coach and Four Winds International, both owned by Thor Industries, are being consolidated to form Thor Motor Coach.
Thor Industries, the world’s largest RV manufacturer, has purchased a controlling interest in Heartland Recreational Vehicles from Catterton Partners for more than $200 million in cash and stock.
The LORD God said, “It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him.” Then the LORD God made a woman as mans helper. If you had wandered by our recent gold dredge camp comprised only of men, you would have fully agreed that our camp needed […]
If you like your wildlife more on the wild side, you won’t be disappointed when you drive Custer State Park’s 18-mile Wildlife Loop Road. The two-lane paved road in the southern portion of the park traverses open prairie grasslands and over and around pretty rolling hills dotted with colorful wildflowers. Deer, elk, and antelope roam […]
One of the many benefits of an RV lifestyle is being able to enjoy the comforts of home while on the road. An easy way to create a cozy, homey atmosphere while on the road is the use of candles, whether for a romantic candlelit dinner for two, morning meditation, reading by candlelight at the […]
Driving across the prairie toward Spokane was a vision of early autumn. The wheat fields at harvest time were golden against the dark clouds which brought the much needed rain. I’ve enjoyed their storms and rainbows before returning to the dry desert. I’ve spent the week asking how-to computer and cell phone questions […]