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Thursday, July 16, 2020
Barbie's dream house

Spend the night in Barbie’s dream RV

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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...

Where was this photo taken? Take your best guess

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Here is your geography quiz for today. Where was this photo taken? Do you recognize it? It certainly doesn't look very hospitable, does it? Okay,...

RV through the parks that built America

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As exploring becomes possible, point your RV's GPS towards some of America's lesser-known national parks, national monuments and other sites that tell a story...

Visit the world’s largest prairie chicken

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You never know when you're traveling from town to town when you'll run into something really big! For example, what if you were to...

Navigating parking lots with a big RV

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By Jim Twamley Maybe you've had experiences like mine: My very first time out with our new 5th wheel we decided to stop at a...

How to tow a “dead” vehicle out of the middle of nowhere

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By Greg Illes After more than fifty years of driving, and a lot of it off-road, I've had a bit of experience towing “dead” vehicles....

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

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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...

RVing in New Zealand

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After 15 years of RVing in the U.S., we decided to try something a little different. As part of a 5-week trip to Australia...

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

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

How to fit a dog backpack

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About half of RVtravel.com readers bring along one or more dogs on their trips. And for many of those readers a big part of...

Brats and beer? It must be Leavenworth – Washington’s “Bavarian Alps” town

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By Bob Difley Small towns and hamlets scattered throughout the West struggle to get by. Without major employers, there are few jobs for residents so...

Trees of Mystery – Popular outdoor destination in the Redwoods

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By Julianne G. Crane Since the mid-'40s, the Trees of Mystery in northern California has been a favorite stopover for many travelers driving along U.S. Highway...

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