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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

Conntek generator cord supplies reliable power

Conntek generator cord

Offering maximum power of up to 7,500-watts, this grounding cable stays flexible in cold weather. It's also heat resistant up to 221 degrees Fahrenheit. Bright yellow to provide maximum visibility, Conntek's generator extension cord offers a reliable locking feature.

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Torklift unveils Fortress LP gas lock applications


Torklift International has added additional applications to the Fortress Gas Lock propane tank lock line and changed the design to further meet customer needs. The Fortress Gas Lock now works on any RV outfitted with dual exterior propane tanks with fitments that now work with Airstream trailers.

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Timber Ridge Resort — Traverse City, Mich.

Timber Ridge entrance

This was the second time I stayed at Timber Ridge RV Resort in Traverse City, Mich. The 300-plus-site park is situated within a heavily wooded area and offers a considerable amount of outdoor recreation opportunities. Plus, it's located within a few miles of Traverse City, one of northern lower Michigan's unique vacation destinations.

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Recipe of the Week: Pico de gallo

RV Cookbook cover

This week's recipe is for pico de gallo. It was submitted by Becky from Milano, Texas, who said she’s been an avid RVer since she was a little girl, going on trips with her dad and older sister. It originally appeared in the RV Centennial Cookbook.

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Is there anything more relaxing than a campground at night?

RVIA - campfire

Is there anything more relaxing than a campground at night? Tonight, I just walked around the campground watching and listening to all the activity. All in all, this packed campground is still alive with activity even as the clock ticks past 11 p.m. It is truly a wonderful lifestyle.

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Billings, Montana — the Trailhead City


(Aug. 8, 2015) — Billings, the biggest city in the Big Sky Country, Montana, has plenty to offer visitors of all ages and backgrounds. Billings is known as a Trailhead city, with access to Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks only a couple hours away. Visitors can experience the last free flowing river in the lower 48 states, follow the trail of Lewis and Clark, or enjoy fine dining and tap rooms in Billings’ Downtown.

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Gulf Stream Vintage Cruiser revives 1950s style

Gulf Stream Vintage

"Our team realized how much there was to love about the positive attitude, can-do spirit, and, prosperity of the 50’s generation. There was something about the look, the sound, the spirit, and the life of that era that everyone would like to recapture. And that’s what the design team tried to do with the Vintage Cruiser," said Fiedeke.

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Beaver Lake Campground — Custer, N.D.

Beaver Lake - Beaver

Families will find Beaver Creek Campground to be an affordable respite when visiting the tourist attractions around Mount Rushmore and the Crazy Horse memorial. Located outside the town of Custer, S.D., the campground is less than 30 minutes from both attractions, and very close to the super scenic Custer State Park.

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Boston — The birthplace of the American Revolution

Boston park

Slip back in time to the very founding of America. Walk over the bridge where the "shot hear around the world" was fired. Stand under the balcony where the Declaration of Independence was first read in Massachusetts in 1776. Visit the church where Paul Revere risked his life to warn his neighbors about the pending arrival of British troops. If you're a Revolutionary War buff, and even if you just love historical places, visiting Boston has to be on your Top 10 list.

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Faulkner electric foldable 20-inch city bike

Faulkner - ready to use

The Faulkner electric foldable bike was just the thing I was looking for to tour the area, get around a campground and enjoy some exercise. It operates in three modes: fully manual, pedal assist and fully electric at speeds up to 19 mph for 24 miles. Best of all, it folds down to fit in a trunk or RV storage compartment. It assembles in seconds and comes with a one-year warranty.

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Grand Design rolls out lightweight trailer line

Imagine Interior B2F

“We wanted Imagine to not only hit the weight goals, but do it without the compromise that so many feel forced to in the pursuit of lighter weight. Industry leading tank capacities, 30-by-36-inch walk in shower, 60-by-80-inch queen beds and 81-inch interior radius ceilings are just a few of the areas where customers will no longer have to sacrifice,” said Staley.

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