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July 23-29, 2021 edition

Program lineup: #17

Episode 17: Industry news, sales trends, new RVs, plus international RV travel, tips and advice, bucket list destinations, laughs and insider information behind the scenes at The RVers television show, this week on the RVTravel.com podcast. The team behind and in front of the camera, including The RV Geeks, are Scott Linden’s guests this week. Here’s the line-up with time codes so you can pick your favorite topic:

[2:00] Scott has breaking RV news, trends, sales and pricing trends … [7:15] Anthony Nalli, executive producer, on the genesis of The RVers TV series. At [9:00] Peter and John – the RV Geeks – share their New Zealand RV’ing experience … from “dig your own” hot springs, to natural beauty, to the people who made their visit so memorable. They also offer tips on how to make an overseas RV trip yourself.

AT [19:30] John, Peter and Anthony give us an inside look at how they make an engaging, inspiring, entertaining television show. At [26:03] Anthony tells us how they decide on topics, guests, and destinations, what viewers tell them and how it affects the show’s production. At [31:25] Peter and John share some of the most popular topics on their YouTube channel and how to solve common RV problems.

At [36:00] Anthony’s favorite segment on the show, John and Peter share the “joy” of helping a fellow RVer backing into a campsite. [39:05] Anthony, John and Peter share “bucket list” spots and snowbird destinations. [48:20] Anthony shares his personal black tank story.

AT [56:30] Scott has more industry news: a new Airstream Class B, and total RV sales for the year to date.


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rvgrandma
12 days ago

I loved the book – have not seen the movie. I could relate to much of the book. I also worked one winter at Desert Rose in Fernley and was able to meet many of the Amazon workers.

Liz McIntire
1 month ago

Hi I’ve been reading this letter for about a cause we just sold our house and going RV living. What my biggest questions are for right now is internet. and cable.

rvgrandma
12 days ago
Reply to  Liz McIntire

If you go to youtube Bob’s channel cheaprvliving.com, carolyn’s RV life, creativity Rv they all talk about internet on the road.

Robert Tarasek
1 month ago

Camping by a good lake any good RV parks out there?

Debbie Riley
13 days ago
Reply to  Robert Tarasek

Yes, Our favorite is at Lake Hawkins County RV Park in Hawkins Texas, only 30 minutes from Tyler Texas. The camp is roomy, beautiful setting on the small lake, showers, bathrooms, swimming beach, boat ramp, fishing & general store, 4 miles to the town of Hawkins. The attendants there are super friendly and a family of hard workers keeping the camp family friendly, clean and fully stocked, FHU, tent sites available as well as partial hookups and reasonably priced. There are roomy wooded sites as well as open ones, all with fire rings, picnic tables, concrete pads and blacktop driveway parking. There’s even a pavilion for rent as well as cabins, canoes, and more. Safety is always their top priority and the park is patrolled by Hawkins police

Joe A
8 days ago
Reply to  Robert Tarasek

Buggy. Bring spray otherwise enjoy.

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