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Friday, October 18, 2019

Sleep inside the world’s largest beagle

Forget the RV for a night (and the cat!). Instead, sleep soundly inside the 30-foot-tall belly of the beast, er, in this case, a...

Video: Winter RVing Canadian style

Want to camp in the snow, maybe on a remote hunting trip with the guys, but can't figure out how to get your cozy,...

The world largest chicken clucks in Marietta GA

Well, this isn't the world's largest living chicken (we'll get to that later), but this is the world's largest chicken, built in 1963 in Marietta, Georgia....

The world’s largest “catsup” bottle

The world's largest "catsup" (or ketchup) bottle is a unique 170-ft. tall, 100,000-gallon water tower in Collinsville, Illinois. It was constructed in 1949 by...
Barbie's dream house

Spend the night in Barbie’s dream RV

Now, this is not an opportunity that comes along every day! The only problem is you'll have to fly or drive to Mexico City...

Cross the Idaho Panhandle on the Silver Valley’s Mullan Road

By Bob Difley The Schee-chu-umsh people lived beside an idyllic azure-blue lake surrounded by towering pines in what is now the Idaho Panhandle. Each year...

Fall is the best time for RVers to tour the Oregon Coast

By Bob Difley The arrival of fall is welcomed by many RVers for road touring and sightseeing on the Oregon Coast. Kids are back in...

Over 400 miles of shoreline define tiny Rhode Island’s motto, “The Ocean State”

By Bob Difley When you think of states that identify with the ocean, Florida and California come to mind. But the state that lays claim...

Visit the Florida Panhandle coastline for a less-crowded snowbird destination

By Bob Difley On Florida’s Forgotten Coast - the Gulf of Mexico along the Florida Panhandle - the Apalachicola River empties into the Gulf through...

Spirits, poltergeists, and things that go bump in the night

By Bob Difley It’s a proven fact. We humans like to be frightened by movies, books (try reading a Stephen King novel without glancing behind...

When Quartzsite had its own bank – in a motorhome!

Thirty years ago there wasn't much civilization in today's Snowbird Capital, Quartzsite, Arizona – no fast food joints, no housing subdivisions, no sprawling gas...

Migrants came to San Simeon – and they stayed – now numbering 17,000

By Bob Difley November is an anniversary date to note. It is the anniversary of the arrival in 1990 of the first elephant seals to...
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