Saturday, December 4, 2021


RV websites we like for August 27, 2016


Here are a half dozen websites we believe will be of interest to the readers of Be sure to return every week for more great sites that will make your life, whether on the road or at home, better.

11 most impressive waterfalls in the U.S.
These are spectacular! Have you visited them (yet)? From USA Today and

13 American road trips that you may not know about
Here are some road trips you may have heard of before, but some maybe not. It’s an interesting variety and may include a trip or two you hadn’t thought of to include in your itinerary. From Easyvoyage and

74 things you can get for free
Free is good, right? Well, here’s a huge list of free things including food, places to go and things to do, legal advice and tax preparation, a list of websites of freebies for seniors, items for free, and lots more. Ohhh, yeah. Free is definitely good! From and

Best soda fountains in the U.S.
Remember sitting on a rotating stool at the soda fountain counter and ordering a sandwich and chips and a shake? Remember watching with anticipation as your creamy shake was being prepared — whir, whir, whir … up and down — and delivered to you in the big, silver, moisture-covered container (with a paper-wrapped straw stuck on the side) and poured into a glass, with enough left over for you to refill your glass? This list is a roundup of the 17 best soda fountains around the country which are keeping the all-American tradition alive, and will surely take you back to those good ol’ days. From Food & Wine and

30 easy slow-cooker recipes 
How about lasagna, pork ragu, white chili with black beans, chicken pie soup, cowboy brisket, French onion soup, or bread (yes, bread) — ready to eat after a long day on the road or out sightseeing in your toad? If you don’t have a slow cooker, you just might want one after you see these yummy dishes! From [Editor: Here’s the slow cooker mentioned in the Quick Tips in the RV Travel Newsletter on August 27, available at Amazon.]
National Geographic. Everything you would expect from National Geographic and then some. Included is National Geographic photographer Jonathan Irish visiting every U.S. national park (in an Airstream) in the span of one year. Follow his travels as he visits 59 parks in 52 weeks.

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