A Lance Ultralight 1685 travel trailer will be the grand prize in “The Ultimate Country Music RV Giveaway” in a promotion teaming Go RVing with the Great American Country Network. The sweepstakes will be conducted by the network from March through April 15. Besides the trailer, the winner will receive two VIP tickets to the […]
Archives for February 2012
Doug’s Boats/RV and Outdoor in Woodinville, Washington, has expanded its offerings to include travel trailers. It is now carrying Holiday Rambler’s Aluma-Lite and Traveler models. The travel trailers range from 17 to 28 feet in length. The dealership also has service bays, propane, and 4.5 acres of storage space, plus indoor storage. Doug’s also sells […]
Phil Ingrassia, who has been on the staff of the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association since 1988, will become president April 2, succeeding Mike Molino, who is stepping down after 16 years in the job. Molino was elected to the RV/MH Hall of Fame in 2006 for his leadership in the RV industry. Ingrassia has been […]
Loading up the RV and heading off to your favorite vacation destination is enjoyable and exciting, especially for the children. Unfortunately, it’s also very stressful for the adults. There are hundreds of things to remember and pack, so finding space for everything can be challenging. Hitting traffic on the road can start to stress you […]
Final wholesale shipment numbers from RV manufacturers show that they shipped 252,300 RVs to customers in 2011, a 4.8 percent increase over the previous year and the highest total in four years. All of the gains were in towable units, with motorhome shipments dropping slightly, according to figures from the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association.
The RV/MH Heritage Foundation has selected 11 people to be inducted into its Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Indiana, August 6 for their contributions to the recreational vehicle and manufactured housing industries.
Yesterday was a real eye opener. A single lady in the park has her home up for sale. Two men came to look at it and one asked to use the bathroom while the other wanted to go outside and discuss the roof. Yup, you guessed it. She later discovered that her jewelry was gone. […]
This customer like many toter owners tows a race car behind this coach. It is mostly used to hang out at the tracks during slack time at the races. Big TVs, new flooring and furniture were the items they came in looking for.The front cab over was just open to the living room area, so […]
While my boondocking travels have been limited to the western United States, I keep my eyes open for boondocking opportunities all across the United States. On the chance I am able to make an epic sea to sea cross country RV journey, it is good to have advanced knowledge on where boondocking is allowed […]
One of Utah’s best-preserved panels of Indian rock writing is usually bypassed by hurried travelers, which is unfortunate given the peaceful setting and ease of access. Located about 12 miles west of U.S. Highway 191 between Monticello and Moab, on Highway 211 leading to the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park, Newspaper Rock National Historical […]
There’s another golf trail that’s been paved; this one in the Jayhawker or Sunflower State. Kansas has joined the growing list of golf course cooperatives that have mushroomed around the country in order to increase the collective number of rounds. Of the 273 golf courses in Kansas, 11 have banded together to form the Sunflower […]