For the next couple of months, we will be showing our readers a start to finish remodeling project that we are doing for a customer from Gilbert Arizona. Each week until the projects completion we will take you through the entire remodeling process. Typically a job like this can be done in a couple weeks time, […]
Archives for November 2008
My love affair with a three-wheel vehicle started when I was just a little boy and received my first tricycle. Soon after, I abandoned my three-wheeler for two wheelers. Having owned countless bicycles and motorcycles over my lifetime, I consider myself an avid two-wheel enthusiast. Even today, I still own a multitude of mountain bikes, road bikes, a cruiser, a trick bike, and one Honda Shadow motorcycle as of last count.
Jim Rogers, chairman and CEO of Kampgrounds of America (KOA), and E. Randall Henderson, Jr., founder of Outdoor Resorts and current president of Signature Resorts, will be among the speakers at the second annual RV Park and Campground Investment Conference at the Hilton-McLean Tysons Corner in McLean, Virginia, February 4-6.
The Nevada Commission on Tourism has opened a new mobile website to enable skiers on their way to Lake Tahoe to access information on road conditions, ski conditions and ski resorts by mobile phone. The website, skitravelnevada.mobi , is available to any Internet-equipped phone.
The Salem Convention and Visitors Association in Oregon has changed its name to Travel Salem, and is relocating its offices and visitors center to the Grand Hotel in historic downtown Salem.
The Boat Owners Association of the United States (Boat US) is reminding boat owners that E-10 gasoline, which has 10 per cent ethanol, can form two separate solutions in the gas tank—water and fuel—over a long winter storage. Once this phase separation happens, the engine may not run and internal damage can occur.
Oregon 150, an organization established to plan the state’s celebration of its 150th birthday in 2009, is hoping to enlist 20,000 Oregonians to participate in “Take Care of Oregon Days.”
More than 100 parks in the State of Washington will remain open seven days a week through the winter, according to the winter schedule released by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission.
Black and white photographs from years gone by are always featured in the Nevada Historical Calendar, which has been produced by Nevada Magazine annually for more than 30 years. The 2009 edition has Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Joey Bishop on the cover in a photo taken on stage in Las Vegas.
Historic landmarks, renovated old towns and nature’s wonders await RVers who travel along California’s Highway 49, the “Gold Rush Trail.”
Christmas is a difficult holiday to spend alone, whether you are alone by choice, newly alone by circumstance, or a couple on the road away from family for the first time. However, knowing that you might have a “Blue Christmas,” you can hold it at bay.