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Technomadia: Thanksgiving stop in Spring Hill, Fla.

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(Dec. 15, 2016) -- While we love Florida and love being near family, we also love being out in the wonderful desert southwest in the winter. And it’s a mighty big country in-between to cross back and forth to attempt to cram both into one season.

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Interstellar Orchard: On marriage and children

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(Dec. 15, 2016) -- For today’s question, David asks: I was wondering if you’ve considered settling down with a ‘significant other’ or possibly having children? I get this frequently on the road (often from older couples on their way to visit children/grandchildren in other states). It’s a hard question to answer not because my feelings are mixed, but because it seems like the majority of people just can’t understand that there are women out there like me who really don’t need a significant other in their lives to be happy and have no urge, whatsoever, to have children.

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Roadtreking: Carry an extra serpentine belt

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(Dec. 15, 2016) -- My tip this week is about being prepared for emergency repairs while on the road. I share it because of an experience we had earlier this year. We were in hot and humid Florida and navigating stop and go heavy traffic around Destin, which was getting very crowded with vacationers flocking to the area’s beaches for a holiday weekend.

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RV Family Travel Atlas: Greetings from the RVIA show

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(Dec. 15, 2016) -- On this week’s episode of the RV Family Travel Atlas podcast, we are bringing you inside the largest RV industry event of the year and talking all about the RVIA trade show in Louisville, Kentucky that took place from Nov. 28 through Dec. 1.

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Do It Yourself RV: How to visit a city in your RV

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(Dec. 15, 2016) -- A big city visit doesn’t have to mean checking into a hotel. For many travelers, RV urban camping is an excellent way to explore a city without the hassle and expense associated with hotels, rental cars, and restaurant meals.

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MARVAC: RV skirting

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(Dec. 15, 2016) -- If you’re parked in Michigan this winter, you know that heavy snowfall, blustery winds, and low temperatures are the norm. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to pack the rig away until spring.

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Girl Camper: Top trailer picks from the 2016 RVIA show

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(Dec. 15, 2016) -- On this week’s show my producer Stephanie Puglusi and I go over my Top Five picks for Girl Campers from the annual RVIA show. RV manufacturers are creating more lightweight towable trailers in smaller sizes that are an attractive alternative to renovating the vintage trailers that many people desire.

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RV Family Travel Atlas: Preparing your RV for winter storage

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(Dec. 14, 2016) -- It’s the time of year when many campers across the northern part of the United States quietly weep as they undergo the annual tradition of RV winterization and storage. Some folks are smart enough to pack up and head south. The rest of us aren’t so lucky.

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Fulltime Families: Boondocking in the winter

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(Dec. 14, 2016) -- It’s our first night of dry camping on US Forest Land in Arizona. The temps tonight are supposed to go down to the teens! Oh joy! We spent the morning filling and emptying in preparation for our self contained adventure.

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