As the weather turns colder and we head into the season where it seems like everyone is getting sick, keeping your immune system functioning properly becomes even more important than usual. When you are on the road, the last thing you want is an unexpected illness hindering your plans or keeping you in the RV […]
Archives for December 2010
I went to visit the Winnebago Industries exhibit early on day 2 expecting to spend some quality time with the people that in my opinion that make the motorhome industry what it is today and I was not disappointed. Winnebago setup a phenomenal display as it welcomed RV Industry leaders. Walking into the exhibit, the […]
I don’t do cities but because I was invited for a visit by Lynn (Pt. Townsend friend), I drove straight into the belly of the beast. As always, once I decided to do it, I relaxed, and it was an interesting trip. I knew, but had forgotten how over the years Phoenix and many other […]
Christmas is just a few days away. Will you be traveling via RV to see family and friends.The RV makes a great spare bedroom, making the holiday less stressful for your host when you show up with your own accommodations. Plus, it gives you somewhere to retreat when you have had enough of certain relatives, […]
Encased in over 35 square miles of snow and ice, Mount Rainier is the most heavily glaciated peak in the lower 48 states. Originally known as “Tahoma” to the Klickitat Indians, it is also the most beautiful backdrop any national park could hope for. Seeing the summit can prove elusive at times, though, because the […]
Two Christmases ago, Lee and I redefined ourselves as: “Santa’s Elves.” For six weeks prior to Christmas, we joined other Workampers in the temporary workforce for amazon.com at the Coffeyville Fulfillment Center. Located in the southeast corner of Kansas, only 75 miles north of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Coffeyville is not particularly a destination for RVers. A […]
Our bodies require oxygen to function properly; however, when our cells use this all important oxygen, the resulting by-products, which we commonly call free radicals, can actually have a damaging effect on cells. This oxidative damage has been linked to everything from wrinkles to cancer, as well as heart disease, diabetes, macular degeneration and a […]
Considering all the trouble I had with mice during my full-time RVing years, you would think that when I find a dead mouse in my office, it wouldn’t be a crisis, but it is a problem on so many levels. First, this particular mouse belonged to my old desk top computer. I thought it […]
Newmar Introduces the Ventana LE to the RV Industry The Newmar entry warmly greets show attendeees during this Holiday Season. As it was getting late in the day I wanted to get one more display under my belt so I swung by the Newmar exhibit. Decorated in in the Season’s finest decor the portal into […]
FORT LAUDERDALE — If you plan to drive to Miami or the Florida Keys starting February 2011, get ready for big changes and easier travels when paying tolls on Florida’s Turnpike.
Beginning in mid-February, all Turnpike tolls will be collected electronically between Exit 47 and Exit 1 in Miami-Dade County. Motorists will use either SunPass, or TOLL-BY-PLATE, and everyone will pay tolls without having to stop.
MILFORD, Ohio – Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts in 35 major cities across the country are joining Warner Bros. Pictures in a series of promotional activities leading up to the release of “Yogi Bear,” the new Warner Bros. movie featuring the voices of Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake. The film opens in theaters across North America on Friday, December 17th.