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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

ASA debuts Harley Davidson stereo

ASA - Harley

“Combine those speakers with the already incredible HD1BT stereo, which features Bluetooth, Sirius XM capabilities and a USB port, and get one awesome package of in-your-face beauty," said Roetker.

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Recipe of the week: Genuine Wisconsin beer brats

Brats - cooked

The Wisconsin beer brat has been a state tradition for as long as I can remember. It's the de facto official state food and held in extremely high esteem. Preparing brats is an act of food worship and to prepare one the wrong way in the presence of a true Badger is an act of sacrilege that could get a violated pummeled with a dead carp.

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Review: LePage Park in Rufus, Ore.

LePage 1

It is primary a reservoir with boat ramp and picnic/tenting area. There are 30 electric and water only sites, with about 10 pull-throughs, that are right on the lake. The bathrooms are just vault toilets and no running water.

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Torklift accessory keeps RV steps stable

All Terrain Landing Gear

“The landing gear attaches to the base of the step allowing the step to become level with the ground. They maneuver to accommodate uneven terrain, which is a common occurrence at most campgrounds or boon docking off the grid," said Taylor.

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Meguiar’s introduces heavy oxidation scrub

Meguiars Oxidation Scrub

Meguiar’s developed the scrub to use as a first step in restoring heavy, chalky oxidation and to allow for less aggressive compounds to work faster and provide better results to bring gel coat surfaces on RVs back to “like new” condition.

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Kenwood debuts new Drive Recorder

Kenwood Drive Recorder

Expected to ship this month with an suggested retail price of $250, the Drive Recorder (DRV-410) is a window-mounted, front-facing camera with recording capabilities and enhanced driver assistance features.

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Camping with dad creates long-term memories

With sad faces, the Gerber girls say goodbye to the borrowed Winnebago motorhome that allowed us to take our first family roadtrip adventure.

First of all, happy Father's Day to all the dads currently RVing with their families, stowing equipment from this weekend's outing or planning their next adventure. Camping with dad is one of the more memorable things kids get to do with their fathers and, in hindsight, I wish I had spent more time camping with my three daughters.

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Recipe of the week: Baked ziti with sausage and beef

baked ziti Fotolia

This week's recipe is for baked zit with Italian sausage and ground beef. It was submitted by Lola Miller, of Fernley, Nev., who has been full-time RVing since 2001 and currently owns a 33-foot fifth wheel. She says they could never completely give up RVing, even after they buy a home because it's such a great way to travel.

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