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Ten causes of trailer sway

RVs in traffic on highway

Pulling trailer has its own set of challenges to be considered, and keeping it stable is one of the most demanding. One of the most common problems encountered is trailer sway, and below are the 10 major causes.

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Which is better — boxed wine or bottled wine?


Boxed wines, like screwcaps, have a bad reputation. Their reputations were formed in the days when only very bad wine was bottled with a screwcap or put in a box. Today, that’s not always true. Here are half a dozen reasons to consider boxed wine.

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8 benefits of extended travel with kids


Although kids may change the way you travel, having a family shouldn’t postpone or keep you from traveling. In fact, traveling with kids of all ages, is one of the most enjoyable ways to see the beautiful countries our world has to offer.

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Working on the road: Ways to make money while traveling

Piggy Bank

While some people hit the road because their jobs require it, others manage to find work along the way. Still others have jobs that allow them to telecommute or run businesses that can be managed from anywhere in the world. The only thing left to do is ditch your office job and hit the road!

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A guide to RV fire extinguishers

Using a fire extinguisher

Owning a fire extinguisher isn't enough. You must also know where they are, how to use them and make sure they're in good working order before they're called into action.

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Recipe of the week: Spam pineapple delight

Pineapple slices

This week's recipe is for Spam pineapple delight. It was submitted by Debbie Slone, from Fort Myers, Fla. They have been RVing for 15 years and have been full-timing with their chocolate lab in a Monaco motorhome for 3.5 years.

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Easy way to monitor LP tank levels

Camco LP regulator

The level of LP gas in onboard tanks is an important "need to know" item, especially if you’re camping in cold weather. What would you do if you ran out of propane in the middle of the night and your family had no heat to keep warm?

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Sailing the Alaska Marine Highway

(Photo by Beth Lanier)

For those who want to truly experience the Inside Passage to Alaska — on your own timetable — there is no better way than to sail on the Alaska Marine Highway. You experience the inside passage without having to give up the comfort of your own RV.

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Five tips for driving an RV on steep roads

Mountains road

Taking an RV into the mountains can be an amazing experience. Getting there will involve steep grades and sharp turns, but don’t let that deter you. Check out these five tips that will help keep you safe and prepared.

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Theodore Roosevelt National Park – Where the buffalo roam


The Maltese Cross cabin was the cabin that Teddy Roosevelt had built and lived in during his hunting and ranching adventures in North Dakota. It was ultimately moved to the park in 1959 where it was restored to its original state. Today you can tour the cabin and see how Roosevelt lived.

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