Many casinos allow RVers to park overnight, but some have gone far beyond that to build RV parks, often with amenities that invite visitors to stay beyond a single day and night. Others, such as Silver Reef Hotel and Casino in Ferndale, Washington, may not have an RV park, but are especially welcoming to RVers. […]
If you want a break from the stop-and-go traffic that can clog highways in Alaska during the construction season or you want insights into Alaska’s history, you can stop and spend a few hours at the Museum of Alaska Transportation and Industry in Wasilla, 47 miles north of Anchorage. At the museum, you’ll find aircraft, […]
Envision the Main Line—the well-to-do-suburbs of Philadelphia—a place where old money and new money mingle at charity events and in the carpool lines at private schools. That is where you would have found me a few years ago between lunch and mani/pedis with my girlfriends.
I have three kids, one grown, one just starting her life after college, and the youngest in his last year at MIT. My husband and I have worked hard to support our family and our lifestyle. Our children went to overnight camps, private schools and private colleges. Oftentimes it felt that if we stopped, life would steamroll right over us. We were doing what everyone else was, so I thought all was just fine.
When you have finished reading this issue of RV Life, you can find more articles and information on the RV lifestyle at rvlife.com. Click on the “Blogs” heading, and you will find an assortment of columns by RV Life contributors. For example, Rick Stedman writes about a Bob Hope traveling exhibit in Palm Springs, Sharlene Minshall tells you about the Hassayampa River Preserve in Arizona, and Arline Chandler shows you where to find a traveling RV kitchen that serves deep-fried Oreos.
Each week in her “Great Escapes” blog, Denise Seith posts an informative article about an interesting place to visit. Here’s one of her latest entries:
Go to the blogs at RVlife.com and you will find a wealth of information useful to RVers on a wide range of topics, including travel, sightseeing, RV remodeling, and health and safety.
At the “RV Interiors with Dave and LJ” blog, for example, you’ll see ideas for redoing an RV kitchen to create more counter space. At “The Healthy Traveler” you’ll learn safety precautions that campers can take to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. A new blog, “The Class B Buzz,” by Darrin Michael offers insights into traveling in a Class B motorhome.
Although RV Life is printed just once a month, the blogs at rvlife.com are updated frequently, and are filled with intriguing stories and useful information.
Go to rvlife.com, click on blogs and you will find a wealth of interesting material from frequent contributors to the magazine. Recent posts by Dave Helgeson, who writes the “Adventures in RVing” blog, detail his camping adventures, including an encounter with raccoons. He also shows you a hotel in South Africa that rents Airstreams on its roof. There is even a link to a video on the hotel.
If you are looking for new places to see in your RV, you should consult the blogs at RVLife.com. Dave Helgeson, Arline Chandler and Denise Seith are travel writers who post new blogs each week. Helgeson, who is based in Washington state, travels the West, searching for offbeat places to explore, and posts his findings in his blog, “Adventures in RVing.” Chandler, who lives in Arkansas, travels widely in an RV, and her recent posts in “RV Travel Tales” have included visits to Texas, Wyoming and Missouri. Seith, who lives in Oregon, is well-traveled, too, and offers readers a wealth of information on interesting places in her blog, “Great Escapes.” Here’s a recent post from Seith that may encourage you to add a new stop on the Oregon coast to your travel itinerary.
Go to rvlife.com and you will find the complete print edition of RV Life, plus many other features, news updates and helpful information. Look under the “Blogs” heading at rvlife.com and you will find journals and articles on a wide range of topics. Here are excerpts from two recent blog posts. In “RV Travel Tales,” Arline Chandler tells what RV author Alice Zyetz, who died recently, meant to other writers. And in “The Healthy Traveler,” you will read tips on keeping safe on the road.
RV Life readers look forward each month to entertaining and informative columns by longtime RVer Sharlene Minshall and golf writer Rick Stedman. But you don’t have to wait a full month to read something new from these writers. Each week, they post articles at RVLife.com. Just go the website, click on blogs, and you will find the Silver Gypsy blog by Sharlene Minshall and The 19th Hole blog by Rick Stedman, along with other blogs by talented writers and photographers. Here are two recent posts:
Online at RVLife.com, you will find current and back issues of RV Life, plus additional content, including blogs that explore travel destinations and discuss topics ranging from golf to RV remodeling. Here are examples of blog posts from “The Healthy Traveler,” which provides practical health tips, and “Adventures in RVing,” which offers travel recommendations from a seasoned RVer, Dave Helgeson. In the following post, Helgeson describes his experience reserving a campsite at Deception Pass State Park on Washington’s Whidbey Island.
If you are looking for places to visit or for practical tips on RVing, information can be found under the “blogs” heading at RVLife.com. This month, we present items from two of our contributors, Denise Seith and David Ast. Denise writes the “Great Escapes” blog that focuses on a different destination for RV travel each week. David is the Dave in Dave & LJ’s Interior Design, an RV remodeling center in Woodland, Washington. Click on the blog heading, “RV Interiors with Dave & LJ,” and you will find useful remodeling tips. These blogs are just two reasons to go to RVLife.com, where you will find all the content in our print edition and lots of additional information for RVers.