RV websites we like for Oct. 8, 2016



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


Where to find the best view in every state
Whether from the top of an observation tower, a tall building, a mountaintop, or even at ground level, here is where you’ll find the best view in every state. From Travel + Leisure and msn.com.

Quick one-pot or one-pan dinners to warm you on a cool fall night
“Comfort food without the hassle is the name of the game with these cozy recipes.” From SheKnows.com and msn.com.

BBB Scam Tracker
As of this posting, there are more than 39,000 scams which have been reported and are being investigated by the Better Business Bureau in the U.S. and Canada. Search the results by key words, scam type, date, etc. Spot a business or offer that sounds like an illegal scheme or fraud? Tell the BBB about it so they can investigate and warn others. 

The food each state is known for
Here is  roundup of some of the most well-known food from every state: cheese grits in Alabama, Cuban food in Florida, Rocky Mountain oysters in Montana, Marionberry pie in Oregon, Jello in Utah … yep, quite the variety here. Try out these favorites when you’re visiting the various states. From Spoon University and msn.com.

10 facts about American landmarks your teachers never mentioned
Some interesting facts to think about as you’re visiting these landmarks. Most of them we’ve never heard of — have you? From Elle Decor and msn.com.

Great places to retire on $1,000 a month
Here is a list of the 25 best cities to retire comfortably, based on housing expenses, number of retirees, walkability and safety factors. From GOBankingRates and msn.com.


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4 years ago

if you pay $967 for average rent, that doesn’t leave much for food and utilities.