Saturday, December 9, 2023


You have never seen an RV like this. We mean never!

Okay, now we HAVE seen it all. Sure, there are a lot of wacky RVs out there, we know that. They look funny, or they were modified to do weird, wonderful or very unusual tasks. But this one … our whole staff was laughing like crazy today when we passed the photo around the newsroom (okay, we don’t have a real newsroom, but it sounds impressive to say that).

We know nothing about this rig beyond what we see in the photo. Thank you reader Tom Speirs for sending this along. He found it on the website

So here it is for your viewing pleasure:

If you know anything about this RV, please let us know. If you can prove that it once plowed snow off your driveway, then we’ll send you an coffee mug because that will be one huge coincidence. And if it did plow your driveway, please tell us if it did a good job, and anything about the RV that you remember.

Okay, hope we lightened up your day a little with this! Fun, Fun!



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Robert Tarasek (@guest_133819)
2 years ago

Wish we could get some information on camping by a lake

RV Staff
2 years ago
Reply to  Robert Tarasek

Hi, Robert. You might try the book “RV Camping in the Corps of Engineers Parks: Guide to 644 Campgrounds at 210 Lakes in 34 States.” The book is popular with readers of Here’s our link to it at Amazon: I hope that helps. 🙂 –Diane

Susan Banks (@guest_131027)
2 years ago

Well that all makes sense. We were parked next to a beautiful home made rig at the Milwaukee State Fairgrounds, I could not figure out how it was towed as bottom was 2” off the ground. The owner came home, I got a tour and and it was like living in the Ritz while ice fishing. No plow on front, but that is a great idea.

Bob (@guest_130281)
2 years ago

They use rigs like this in northern Canada to fish on the great lakes in winter. They fish using long lines pulled under the ice. Sorry but I can’t be more specific.

Richard Davidson (@guest_130278)
2 years ago

When you just absolutely, positively, have to be at work the next morning.

Glenn (@guest_130228)
2 years ago
Dan (@guest_130227)
2 years ago

That rig has been in Embarass, MN for years.

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