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Video: Fly invasion in the RV park

  By Chuck Woodbury Little did I know when I moved for two weeks into my current RV park that there would soon be an...

Pilot entombed in tiny plane’s cockpit

  By Chuck Woodbury In the back room of The Glass Forge in downtown Grants Pass, Ore., on a table toward the back, sits a...

Portable collapsible outdoor LED camping lantern

 By Bob Difley Etekcity's portable outdoor LED lanterns are perfect for emergencies or for camping. They feature an omni-directional design with 30 low-current, energy-saving, bright...

No way! Downton Abbey tea? You bet!

 If you miss your favorite PBS mini-series, you can now at least capture a little of its charm with your very own Downton Abbey...

Advice about when to replace tires may be wrong

 How much tread do you have left on your tires? When is it time to replace them? One traditional piece of advice is to...

Motorhome blows tire, rolls over. Sad!

  Here’s what happens when a motorhome blows a tire and the driver doesn’t know how to react. If only he had watched this...

RV Travel Newsletter Issue 767

Learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more. This newsletter, now in its 16th year of continuous publication, is funded primarily...

RV stove top cover provides more work space

 By Bob Difley Enhance and complement your RV kitchen décor with the Camco RV Universal Fit Black Stove Top Cover that protects and hides burners...

Roadside Journal, Nov. 3, 2016

 Drop my pants? Gail and I were walking down the main street in Central Point, Ore., population 17,000, when we encountered this sign. Gail looked...

So much history, so many tears

  By Chuck Woodbury How many tears were shed in the Jacksonville Historic Cemetery? When I walk through a historic cemetery like this one, I can't help imagining the scenes...

Deep blue Crater Lake a sight to behold

  By Chuck Woodbury If you have never been to Crater Lake, you have not seen the bluest blue on Earth —  its water! It's amazing. It's...

Dramatic geology at Red Rock Canyon State Park

  By Bob Difley The 50-site campground at Red Rock Canyon State Park is tucked into the base of colorful desert cliffs where once the...