RVtravel.com podcast #5, May 2, 2021

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Your Host Scott Linden

Host Scott Linden is back with another dose of RV news, information and entertainment. Listen to the podcast below.

Freedom is the byword here this week, from overnight visits to wineries and ranches, to readers’ advice on a most critical issue … while maintaining a healthy relationship with your spouse afterward! RVTravel.com readers offer 99 tips on backing your rig into tight spots with humor and aplomb, while staying civil and keeping a smile on everyone’s face.

Joel Holland, CEO of Harvest Hosts, outlines his big expansion plans for the company, which helps you find overnight parking at unique destinations from breweries to museums. It might be your alternative to a Walmart parking lot on your next trip.

RVTravel.com founder Chuck Woodbury shares one of his favorite multi-day excursions to the Red Rock country of Utah … land of mystery and stunning scenery. RVTravel.com writer Janet Groene fills us in on practical travel tips for solo female RVers, planning your trips according to Nature’s calendar and all those upcoming holidays.

And finally, RVTravel.com readers chime in on the importance of music in their traveling lives … and why.

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Don
5 days ago

I think you blew the link on this podcast, folks. It’s a re-run. Please find the link to the new podcast and get it up asap… 🙁

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
5 days ago
Reply to  Don

Dang! Sorry, Don. It’s been fixed. Thank you for letting us know. When I proofed the post I didn’t click on the link to listen to it. Made the mistake of assuming the correct podcast was linked. 😯 Now I know that I need to check it each time! I didn’t put it in there, and didn’t know how. But I just figured it out when I was putting the correct one in there now. Yay! (Love to learn new stuff!) Have a great day! 🙂 —Diane at RVtravel.com