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Recipe of the Week: Hobo pizza pie

RV Cookbook cover

This week's recipe is for hobo pizza pie. It was submitted by Misty Gustafson of Wooster, Ohio. She and her husband go RVing with a fifth wheel camper and enjoy the Workamper lifestyle.

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Seattle — The playground of the Pacific northwest

Seattle skyline 4

From natural wonders to man-made attractions, Seattle is rich in history, culture and beauty. The city is a destination all to itself, but with all the activity in the surrounding area, plan on spending a week or two exploring the gem of the Pacific northwest.

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10 ways to ‘fall’ for Ontario parks

(photo courtesy of Ontario Parks)

From listening to live music on the beach, to backcountry camping, to wilderness gourmet cooking, fall is more than looking at brightly colored leaves in Ontario's provincial parks. Here are 10 ways to make the most of a fall trip north of the border.

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Underground Sacramento reveals Old West flood control plan

(photo courtesy of Sacramento History Museum)

The underground tour takes 20 people under the buildings that were raised more than 150 years ago. They were raised by hand, using the best available engineering techniques that were available at that time. See which buildings were raised and which were not. Observe the underground foundations and how they were raised and modified.

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Sacramento — The nerve center of the Old West

Gorden - Sacramento paddlewheel

Modern Sacramento has much to offer including museums, parks, universities, professional sports and all types of entertainment. To the south, the fertile agricultural valley is extremely productive when sufficient water is available. In every direction, you'll find interesting, unique and exciting cities, towns, mines and natural beauty to be enjoyed.

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Visit British Columbia for challenging RV-friendly golf courses

The 18th hole at Nicklaus North golf course

Touring through the interior of British Columbia in search of the perfect golf course will take you through some of the most spectacular natural scenery in the world. You will find courses in the rugged mountains, alongside a meandering river, or spread across a desert, or in a city or small town and even next to a world-class winery. Some even have RV parks.

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Top 10 tips for seeking RV warranty work

Dana - Before warranty

We recently took our new fifth wheel in for warranty work. Even though we have heard many horror stories of shop visits gone bad, I naively thought that if I crossed all my Ts, dotted all my Is, and was involved in the process, including great communication, that surely our repair visit would be a positive experience. I was wrong.

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Recipe of the Week: Sausage and veggie bake

RV Cookbook cover

This week's recipe is for sausage and veggie bake. It was submitted by Yvonne Baker from College Station, Texas. She says her grandparents passed their love of RVing to her and her siblings, and now it has been passed to their grandchildren.

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Relive the California Gold Rush

Gold Panning

The site of Sutters sawmill in Coloma, Calif., is now home to Marshall Gold Discovery State Park. Self-guided tours then lead to a few stone buildings which remain from the original town of Coloma. There are also reconstructed buildings including a sawmill, blacksmith shop and a few other shops.

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Trials and tribulations of replacing an RV refrigerator

Refrigerator 1 - cooler

What do you do when you get back from a road trip to find your RV refrigerator on death's door? After exploring a myriad of options from fixing the old unit to buying a new RV refrigerator to replacing it with a residential model, we realized that was the easy part. Removing the old unit and installing the new one pushed us to the limits of our sanity.

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Michigan’s upper peninsula is a natural wonder

Tahquamenon Falls

The upper peninsula of Michigan is an outdoor lover’s dream. The UP contains 16,377 square miles of pristine land, much of which is undeveloped. There are thousands of miles of trails, hunting land and waterways perfect for all sorts of activities.

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The Virgin River Gorge: A beautiful, but dangerous drive

Virgin River Gorge

To those of us who live, work, and play in the desert southwest, it is known simply as “The Gorge.” It’s the portion of Interstate 15 which follows the Virgin River Canyon and cuts across the northwest corner of Arizona. This section of the Interstate was officially opened in December of 1973 and was for many years said to be the most expensive section of Interstate ever constructed at $10 million per mile.

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