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RV Wheel Life: Equine RVs, part 3


(Dec. 12, 2016) -- For a little more luxury and comfort, especially for those who spend long stretches at horse events, Featherlite offers a custom Legend Edition 8582 living quarters trailer.

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My Own Highways in My Mind: Lumberton, Tex.


(Dec. 12, 2016) -- Way back in 2005 or so I toyed with the idea of full time RVing once Leonard and I retired. The more I investigated that option the more I liked the idea. After much discussion we decided it would be a good way to spend some of our retirement.

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The Camping Canuck: Cooking tips for campers


(Dec. 12, 2016) -- Cooking on the camping grounds can be extremely challenging. Nonetheless, there is no substitute to eating a freshly-cooked meal after venturing into a difficult camping trail. After all, the best camping memories are shared around the table.

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Off-Grid: Staying warm in the cold weather


(Dec. 12, 2016) -- As I sit here next to the wood burning stove, I am cozy warm inside of the SkyCastle. The temps are dropping and we just might have our first real cold snap of this winter later on today, at least that’s what the weather wizards keep saying.

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Gypsy Journal: We’re ready for you


(Dec. 12, 2016) — I wrote a while back that we still had to find some furniture for our guest bedroom because we have company coming in just a few days. Anybody has been furniture shopping in recent history can tell you that most of the new stuff is poorly made and terribly overpriced.

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Geeks on Tour: If you can send an email, you can write a blog


(Dec. 12, 2016) — Here at Geeks on Tour, we think that the free platform by Google is the easiest way to create and maintain a blog. It can be like a personal journal, or it can be a club website, a small business, or just a place to write what’s on your mind.

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Monty’s Musings: Get the jump on planning spring RV camping


(Dec. 8, 2016) -- The winter months aren’t kind to many parts of the US, where motorhomes and trailers sit tucked away in storage. Those cold winter months, however, are the best time to plan for camping once the snow thaws. We’ve collected some helpful tips that smart RV campers use to get the jump on planning spring RV excursions.

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Roads Less Traveled: Grand Canyon’s North Rim


(Dec. 8, 2016) -- After driving through the red rock wonderland of the Vermillion Cliffs in northern Arizona, we found ourselves at 10,000 foot elevation on the Kaibab Plateau in beautiful pine forests. This is the home of the Grand Canyon where the earth seems to have split apart, revealing the massive crimson hued jagged walls that rise up from the Colorado River thousands of feet below.

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