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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

Magical Maine: Where America goes to relax

Portland Head Light

There's a laid-back, stop-and-relax atmosphere to Maine that captivates visitors. It's not unusual to see two or four Adirondack chairs outside homes inviting people to just breathe in the sea breeze and watch life pass by. I had the opportunity to spend a whole week in Maine this month, and I've made the commitment to return for a month or longer next year.

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Antop provides paper-thin antennas

ANTOP-AT-133B-PR

The Paper Thin product line includes two variations in reception patterns, omni-directional and multi-directional, while distance ratings vary by model from 30, 40 to 55 miles from signal origination point.

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Recipe of the week: Quick fruit salad

Fruit salad Fotolia

This week's recipe is for quick fruit salad. It was submitted buy Stephanie from Mesquite, Texas, who grew up RVing with her parents and now continues that tradition with her husband and two young girls in a pop-up trailer.

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Visit beautiful, historic Vermont

Vermont zip line

I had the opportunity to spend a week in beautiful, historic Vermont this month while taking part in the Escapees Club’s Escapade in Essex Junction, which was just outside Burlington. The five-day event was chock full of seminars, presentations, entertainment and spontaneous gatherings. But, there was still plenty of time …

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How offensive can you be while camping?

Wicked 1

If you head over the long pond to Australia and rent a camper van from Wicked Rentals, you can be very offensive. In fact, the government is drafting legislation to ban the campers from Australia's roadways.

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Recipe of the week: Campfire onion

onion bulbs

This week's recipe is for a campfire onion. It was submitted by Huck Hutchens from Weslaco, Texas. He and his wife, Peggy, have lived in a 1988 36-foot Overland or 1999 Holiday Rambler for more than 10 years traveling around the United States and Canada.

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Coolers that require no ice

Dometic cooler-freezer

Dometic's CFX looks like a standard cooler, but is actually a powerful refrigerator/freezer that runs on 12 volt or 24 volt DC power from a car, truck or RV. Or, plug it into a 120-volt AC power source.

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