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Deep blue Crater Lake a sight to behold

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  By Chuck Woodbury If you have never been to Crater Lake, you have not seen the bluest blue on Earth —  its water! It's amazing. It's...

Roadside Journal October 30, 2016

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  Buried in leaves This is the roof of my motorhome the day we were leaving Eugene. We were parked under a tree...

Why boondock?

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By Dave HelgesonI once believed boondocking was just about saving the cost of a campground. However, after becoming a boondocker out of necessity (lack...

Slide-outs “out” okay at Walmart?

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By Russ and Tiña De MarisWalmart "overnighting," has its attractions. Low costs, easy in and out, handy to shopping, the list goes on. Of...

Want a good night’s sleep? Then don’t camp here!

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By Chuck Woodbury editor, RVtravel.com You want a peaceful night's rest? Then don't camp by railroad tracks. If you've been RVing for long, you know that's no...

Needed: a new kind of campground

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By Chuck Woodbury, editor RVtravel.com I wrote this a couple of years ago after returning from a cross country trip in my motorhome. For whatever...

Why don’t campgrounds show pictures of sites available?

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By Steve Savage, Mobility RV Service One of the things that drives me nuts is lack of transparency — and when it comes to searching for...

Easy photo techniques for on-the-road shooting

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By Greg Illes There are thousands of how-to books on photography. If you are really into improving your techniques, by all means find some...

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

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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....
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Susanville in northeast California celebrates its ranching, logging traditions; good ale

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Downtown Susanville, Calif. (City of Susanville website) Many RVers travel along US 395 on their way to and from Arizona and the Pacific Northwest or...
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Coos Bay, Oregon — ‘Beautiful bay, lush forests, mighty Pacific Ocean’ and ‘Pre’

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Coos Bay Boardwalk, Oregon. (Julianne G Crane) Coos Bay is the largest city on the Oregon Coast and celebrates its history in shipbuilding, lumber products,...
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Historic little town of Oakland, Oregon

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Historic downtown Oakland, Oregon (Julianne G. Crane) For RVers who travel through southwest Oregon along I-5, consider taking a couple of hours to explore the...

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