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Keep some essentials — and more — in your toad

By Greg Illes Statistics tell us that 80 percent of the motorhome population tows a car behind their rig. Add to this the number of...

Tips for the snowbirding boondocker

By Bob Difley Snowbird season is on us. If you are planning to spend a few months boondocking in the deserts, you may find the...

Coffee-can your sewer odor away

By Russ and Tiña De Maris If your RV is connected to a sewer drain most of the time, you probably keep your gray water...

RVing? Camping? What’s the difference?

By Chuck Woodbury I believe I am finally able to define the lifestyle called RVing, which some people criticize because it's not really "camping." What...

Late night campground arrival courtesy

By Bob Difley When pulling into a campground during quiet hours, it seems that some forget they may be the only ones awake. A few...

Use the right tools for a cheery (and safe) campfire

By Greg Illes Just about everyone loves a campfire. There's even a word in Swahili that means "dreaming the fire," it's such a compelling experience....

Water accessories every RV needs

by Russ and Tiña De Maris If you'll be camping in a park with "city water," that is, water from a faucet, there are some...

Uncle Sam suggests: Five camping spots you’ve never heard of

Every RVer has a little file in his or her head, listing some of their favorite haunts. Well, Uncle Sam has a file too,...

Top five southern Oregon parks listed

Looking for that perfect camp site while traveling through Southern Oregon? The Associated Press recently ran a story by Statesman Journal writer, Zach Urness,...

Free camping on Washington’s Columbia River

Where you gonna find views like this -- and free camping? (R&T DeMaris photo) Looking for a free place to camp, maybe drop a line...