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Boondocking in a coronavirus world. Part 5: Here’s a big variety of things to see and do

By Dave Helgeson Due to the pandemic, more RVs are on the road this summer as families across the country have discovered RVing as a...

Two cats test positive for coronavirus. Should you be worried for your pet?

By Terri Nighswonger Two cats in Brazos County, Texas, have tested positive for COVID-19. The cats were swabbed as part of a study being conducted...

Boondocking in a coronavirus world. Part 4: What’s holding you back?

By Dave Helgeson My wife and I are in the age bracket that places us at increased risk for severe illness if we were to...

Boondocking in a coronavirus world. Part 3: Freedom and civility

By Dave Helgeson Last week we celebrated Independence Day and the freedom we enjoy in the United States. One of the freedoms we enjoy as...

Boondocking in a coronavirus world. Part 2: Stops along the way

By Dave Helgeson In my last entry (Boondocking in a coronavirus world. Part 1: Why?) we looked at the definition of boondocking (dispersed camping on...

Boondocking in a coronavirus world. Part 1: Why?

By Dave Helgeson I have touted the many benefits of boondocking for years. Since the COVID-19 outbreak, I have discovered even more reasons to choose...

Readers tell us: How will the U.S. resuming business affect the coronavirus spread?

By Emily Woodbury As I'm sure you've noticed, around the U.S. state governors are starting to open businesses, relaxing stay-at-home requirements, and encouraging more people...

RV Coronavirus News Update, May 24, 2020

Please send your news about the coronavirus pandemic as it applies to RVers to editor@rvtravel or submit it here Did you miss yesterday's RVtravel Newsletter?...