Thursday, February 20, 2020

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...

Variety stores: Going, going. . . (almost) gone

By Chuck Woodbury Editor, RVtravel.com Maybe your grandmother shopped here. Maybe you did if you grew up in rural America. You don't find many variety stores...

Editor’s Log: Half-crazed, brain-dead at 5 p.m. on Friday

By Chuck Woodbury EDITOR It's 5 p.m., Friday, and tomorrow's RV Travel Newsletter is pretty much finished. At least my role. Diane McGovern will now take...

RV industry media does lousy job of reporting

By Chuck Woodbury Something is on my mind that I must get off my chest. It's about a major incident in the RV industry that...

The town that drowned

By Chuck Woodbury ROADSIDE JOURNAL Flaming Gorge Reservoir in southwestern Wyoming is known for its beauty and great fishing. But unknown to many visitors is that...

When arguing, two people can both be right

By Chuck Woodbury, editor What do you see in this illustration? Do you see a wineglass? Or do you see something else? You might see...

RVers are not hoarders.

By Chuck Woodbury Editor, RVtravel.com Have you seen the TV program "Hoarders?" It's about people with a compulsion to hoard just about everything. Nothing gets...

Visit Mars without leaving America

By Chuck Woodbury If you're like me and wish you could go to Mars, well, you're in for a disappointment. It's not going to happen...

The man who taught a dog to talk

Alexander Graham Bell is remembered mostly for inventing the telephone. But did you know he once taught a dog to talk? Bell, born in Scotland,...

My very own missile silo!

By Chuck Woodbury ROADSIDE JOURNAL Two Titan II missile silos are for sale, both in Arizona – one in Oracle and one in Benson. They are...

Fixer upper RV. Make offer (or not!)

By Chuck Woodbury ROADSIDE JOURNAL I found this along state highway 196 just outside Buffalo, Wyoming. I know nothing about it, other than...

Buy your own RV park. Only $8.2 million!

 If you act fast you can own your own RV park. It’s in Tennessee, just outside scenic Pigeon Forge — 10 miles east of...

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