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Monday, August 19, 2019

The fast-fading Good Sam Club

By Chuck Woodbury EDITOR I was browsing through some really old issues of RVtravel.com and came across this news item about the Good Sam Club from...

What if RV makers made airplanes? Would you fly in one?

By Chuck Woodbury EDITOR My father owned a small plane, a twin-engine Piper Comanche. I flew with him often, mostly for pleasure, but sometimes I hired...
Len Wilcox

Western Views: “The Bad Men from Bodie”

By Len Wilcox WESTERN VIEWS In the shadow of the Eastern Sierra Nevada, north of Mono Lake between Lee Vining, California, and Hawthorne, Nevada, is the...

How RVtravel.com is promoting the interests of RVers

It's time for an update of some of our projects we are undertaking or promoting. • Our idea for an inexpensive chain of reservable overnight...
Len Wilcox

Western Views: Morro Bay, Calif.: Popular with birds, butterflies and tourists

By Len Wilcox WESTERN VIEWS Morro Bay is a small fishing town with about 10,000 residents. It’s on the coast about halfway between Los Angeles and...

Marcus Lemonis and his big, illegal flag

By Chuck Woodbury EDITORIAL OPINION If you are a regular reader of this newsletter, you know I am not Marcus Lemonis' biggest fan. As the CEO...
Len Wilcox

Western Views: The rise and fall of Wupatki

By Len Wilcox WESTERN VIEWS The Four Corners country is famous for its pre-Columbus Native American civilizations. Most known are the tremendous cliff dwellings at Mesa...

Thoughts from the editor, June 29, 2019

My friend Greg Gerber shut down his website RV Daily Report last Sunday. With it went the last honest media voice in the RV...

The Good Sam Club: Boaters, anglers welcome

Most RVers who have been around 15 years or more recall the Good Sam Club as a vibrant organization that performed many useful services...

Update on new association for RVers

By Chuck Woodbury EDITOR Three weeks ago I proposed the creation of a new organization for RVers, which I suggested might be called AARVO— an acronym...
Len Wilcox

Western Views: The story of Peg Leg and his legendary gold

By Len Wilcox WESTERN VIEWS It took strong wills and hearty bodies to settle the West, and a lot of our pioneering forefathers were the stuff...
Len Wilcox

Western Views: The ancient and interesting story of teosinte

By Len Wilcox WESTERN VIEWS Teosinte is a grass native to Central America. It’s also the first GMO food produced in the Americas and, as far...
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