What do you call an Airstream with five horns? There is probably a clever punchline for what sounds like the start of a riddle, but in this case the vehicle has one horn (honk!) and the Airstream has two (mounted as a skull to the front). As for the other two, well, meet Frankie Rae. […]
Want to end your RV trip in a body bag? Here’s how to get injured or die in the national parks on your next summer adventure.
This past winter, Dr. Susan Dent took a sabbatical from her veterinary practice and traveled south from Alaska with border collie, Tesla, and Icelandic horse, Blackbird, to the Lower 48 in order to compete in and become a certified judge for horse trail events. The events are known in the horse world as AERC […]
Every few weeks, crowds of people and an array of animals converge at community centers and meeting halls in the small towns along the Parks Highway in Alaska. It is a bit of a social occasion, and neighbors wait with their pets and chat amicably while waiting their turn to meet with a spry woman […]
Its known that sharks in Florida lurk below the Ocean’s surface, but here are a few points to stay safe before your next trip to this sunny destination.
With summer winding down, now is the time for campers to gear up and fight rodent damage inside RVs. As temperatures drop the mice, squirrels, raccoons and other rodents will start seeking shelter inside the warmest places they can find — usually our RVs. If your RV happens to be parked near any type of […]
Summer is prime time for bears to make their debut in campgrounds around North America. Are you prepared for these mighty visitors? Obviously these RVers weren’t ready: You might think that bears only attack backpackers and tent campers, but that kind of thinking can get you into trouble. Bears love RVs too and they don’t […]