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Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is the editor of Let's RV and the editor of RV Daily Report. A Wisconsin native and father of three grown daughters, he is now based out of Arizona and travels the country in his Winnebago Adventurer motorhome interviewing industry professionals and interesting RVers alike. He can be reached at editor@letsrv.com

Buff and polish an RV in one step

Shurhold buff and polish

It removes oxidation, gelcoat staining, surface rust, tarnish, and fine scratches from fiberglass, steel, aluminum, brass, bronze, copper, gold and other precious metals.

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Mirror Bright offers new auto shampoo

Mirror Bright shampoo

Mirror Bright Automobile Shampoo is formulated for all exterior car surfaces including modern clear coat finishes. This deluxe shampoo gently removes dirt, road grime and surface contaminants.

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ASA introduces new Jensen sound bar

JSB4000-with-grille

Featuring a built in amp with an onboard crossover, the appropriate frequencies are delivered to each of the six drivers. This allows for the rumble of the two woofers, warm tones from the midrange speakers, and the crisp high notes from both tweeters

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Campfires are for swapping stories, and RV tips

Campfire group

This week taught me another lesson about the value of hanging out with experienced RVers. Although I have been traveling full-time in my motorhome for more than two years, I certainly don't know all the tips and tricks to making the journey successful. Not even close.

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Recipe of the Week: Beer bread

Beer bread

This week's recipe is for beer bread. It was submitted by Ann Griffey of Shelbyville, Ind. She has belonged to RVing Women Ohio River Valley Chapter for four years.

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White-knuckle driving is part of the adventure

SR-60-traffic-jam-small

There is something about navigating an 11-ton vehicle towing a two-ton car at 65 miles per hour as trucks wiz by inches away and cars pass with drivers and passengers intentionally giving me the one-finger salute that makes me just a tad bit nervous.

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Desert Shadows RV Park — Phoenix, Ariz.

DS park 2

Desert Shadows RV Park is conveniently located near the intersection of Interstate 17 and Hwy. 101 in north Phoenix, which provides easy access to everything in Phoenix and is only a two-hour journey to Sedona and Flagstaff. It's a pretty park with plenty of desert landscaping and many fruit trees scattered throughout. Quiet and peaceful, it's a good stop for a day or two, or the winter season.

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Recipe of the week: Linda’s favorite taco salad

Taco Salad in a Tortilla Bowl

This week's recipe is for taco salad. It was submitted by Linda Dean, from New River, Ariz. She has been in an RV off and on since 1982, living in a 32-foot Traveleze trailer for 9 years. After breaking down and buying a house, she still owned a truck camper. Now she's back in the groove with a 31-foot Alpenlite that has been gently used.

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Wandering Individuals Network — Single, active travelers

WIN kyakers

RVing is a fun family activity and millions of families and couples take part in it each year. But, what about singles? Can they enjoy the RVing lifestyle without having to live like monks in seclusion? “We’re not a rocking chair, play shuffleboard and lawn bowling kind of group. We’re a rock and roll group – rolling down the road to adventure,” said Magee.

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Campground etiquette — Manners make memorable experiences

Desperate crazy man shouting on the beach

An RV park is like being in the neighborhood you just left in order to live the dream of RVing. You'll encounter all types of people. So, in the interests of keeping the peace and helping campers get along with each other, here's the list of the most annoying, most aggregating things campers do to annoy others.

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