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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

Box Canyon Blog: Going on a float down the Verde River

Verde float

(March 4, 2015) -- The Verde River is all of ankle deep on a titmouse -- a rolling series of Class I rapids interspersed with still-water ponds and headwind. It's 2 p.m., the sun is bearing down and I'm sweating like a sow in heat -- and we're still on the bank. You just can't trust a man who forgets to bring beer to a float trip.

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The New Daily: Know before you tow


(March 4, 2015) -- For most of us, towing is not something we do every week and perhaps only attempt a couple of times annually. Towing a trailer is much more than just hitch-and-go. Many factors can intervene and make what seems like a simple task into something frustrating and potentially dangerous.

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Fifth Wheel St. unveils new RV Tow Check 2.0

Fifth Wheel St logo

(March 4, 2015) -- “The RV Tow Check app may look simple on the outside, but the engine on the inside is strong, and the sophisticated math formulas performs multiple calculations and makes decisions that should make any buyer or dealer grateful,” said Gray.

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WorkingCouples.com lists camp manager, host jobs

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(March 4, 2015) -- "Analysts believe that an almost fully recovered economy combined with exceptionally low gas prices could make 2015 a banner year for campgrounds coast to coast, which would mean plenty of job openings for couples looking for a different kind of work environment," said Ashworth.

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New Torklift product prevents truck camper theft

Torklift security device

(March 3, 2015) -- The FastGun WobbleStopper acts as a pair of locking struts between the camper frame and the camper jackleg. It locks into place preventing a truck from backing underneath it to load. It is built using the FastGun turnbuckle design to allow for easy adjustment and installation.

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Gr8LakesCamper: Planning an RV snowmobiling trip

Gr8Lakes Snowmobiling

(March 3, 2015) -- An RV snowmobiling trip is a great way to blow away the winter blues. But, there are a few things RVers need to know to ensure a fun and stress-free trip. So, here are a few things in mind before heading out.

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Southgate Amateur Radio: Recreation Vehicles and Radio Hams

Ham radio couple

(March 3, 2015) -- Ham radio operators Herb and Lois Maas, broadcasting on W0HM and KA0VBG, live in a very small house -- and it has a steering wheel. Their 'permanent address' is a mailbox in South Dakota which they visit once a year. Otherwise, they're on the road, spending winters somewhere in the warm South, and summers roaming North America.

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RV Education 101 videos surpass 4 million views

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(March 3, 2015) -- "In the past two years, our instant video download sales increased from 10 percent to over 25 percent of our total video sales business, and we expect those percentages to increase dramatically in the near future," said Polk.

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Escapees Club promotes ‘good neighbor’ policy

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(March 6, 2015) -- For more than a decade, Escapees RV Club has collaborated with other RV-consumer groups across the nation to endorse and promote an industry-sanctioned "code of conduct" that supports RVers' ability to park overnight on private businesses' parking lots.

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