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Mark and Carolyn

We are in our 32 foot Montana fifth wheel. We are camp hosts at a Forest Service Campground in the Sacramento Mountains of Southern New Mexico. We enjoy the cool weather and interfacing with our campers.

Elaine Carrillo

Reading from our RV at our son’s home in Juneau, Alaska (Douglas Island). We drove from NM to Prince Rupert, Canada, where we boarded a ferry with RV and toad to Juneau. Great trip! Love Juneau!

John

In our summer home in the sawtooth mountains of Southern Idaho. We still have snow at 5k feet. Almost all campgrounds are closed because of flooding. We hardly ever go out on the trail during high summer. Not that we’re cowards but it does seem safer.

DON SELF

sitting at the Valley of Fire National Park in New Mexico next to my rv.

Peter P

Today I’m reading this newletter while riding the Washington DC metro from Vienna station in to D.C. We are staying at the Skyline Resort in Front Royal, VA

Paul

I am reading this in Ireland. We live in a small village called Clonroche just outside of Enniscorthy. Just sold our Foretravel back in Tennessee and moved here to stay. Life is wonderful and God bless America and Ireland.

Marilyn Grinnell

We are in our Class B. I’m cooking our 1st breakfast in this tiny house. We are at the lovely River Street Campground in the Michigan Upper Peninsula town of Otononga.

Mindy Danberry

We are at Lazy Day Campgrounds in Hermann, Mo with our Cedar Creek RV Owners Club Region 6 Rally.

Marian

I am reading this in my motor home at Orange Grove RV Park Bakersfield, California

Joe

Reading this news letter at work in Tahoe.

Marvin Thomasson

Home is where we park it and where I read newsletters. We
workamp some summers, we travel some summers. We workamp in Florida every winter. Not all campgrounds are created equal, some are good, some are bad, some are KOA’s some are not. Don’t judge all by one park and don’t listen to the complainers, check reviews, Google includes them when used to find a camping spot. I have an RV, I mostly want water, elec, sewer, maybe cable, a halfway level site and an evening train to lull me to sleep. I don’t sit out contemplating the sewer connection…

Gene B.

I always read the newsletter in my easy chair, ones in my stick house, the other in my 5th wheel. You showed a not so nice looking RV in a KOA article. Here in NE Ohio, we have a KOA that has rather disgusting looking ones as well. Not at all pleasant to look at. Sure wouldn’t want to camp beside them. Great articles, love them, keep them coming.

Dave

I said in my RV, but my RV has been my only home for the past 10+ years.

Ronald Walker

My wife and I are in a campground in New Jersey having been towed here yesterday due to an overheat problem on I 77. We have been full timing for 24 years. We will be towed out tomorrow morning to a repair shop for a fix in the cooling system. Hope to see you in Indianapolis.

Charlie

Reading this weeks article at home keeps me close to the rv world as my time with our TT is limited sorry to say !

Bob

Tricky question. I live fulltime in my RV so need to be able to click both home and rv

Jeanne Rudick

In my RV (home) at Ft. Welikit, Custer, SD as a workamper for the summer. Love it.

Debbie Hansen

At home drinking coffee but two weeks from today will be up in the UP at Tahquamenon Falls reading from my campsite! Can’t wait….I love reading RVTravel keep up the good work 🙂

Mr Rex Julian Smith

Great magazine. Thank you. Am reading this in my truck, parked near the A1 in Nottinghamshire, UK. Next week my wife and I will drive our Winnebago Sightseer overland Europe to the Greek Islands of Kefalonia. Thanks again, keep up the good work. Regards

Raquel

Our RV (5th wheel) is our home, 365 days a year.