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RV Daily Tips Newsletter Issue 1268

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Tuesday, February 4, 2020 Welcome to another edition of RV Travel’s Daily Tips newsletter. Here you’ll find helpful RV-related and living tips from the pros,...

The back side of Mount Rushmore most never knew about

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By Chuck Woodbury ROADISIDE JOURNAL Everybody knows Mount Rushmore, the most famous tourist attraction in South Dakota. The heads of presidents Washington, Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt and...

See wild burros, gunfights and a historic stretch of Route 66

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By Chuck Woodbury Do this: Drive the 22 miles or so from Oatman, Arizona, on old Route 66 east toward Kingman. It's beautiful and has...

RV Daily Tips Newsletter Issue 1212

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Friday, November 15, 2019 Welcome to another edition of RV Travel’s Daily Tips newsletter. Here you’ll find helpful RV-related and living tips from the pros,...

How do full-time RVers keep busy?

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris Some folks, unfamiliar with the RV lifestyle, wonder just what fulltimers do to “keep themselves occupied.” After all, there’s...

The world’s largest collection of the world’s smallest versions of the world’s largest things…

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Did you hear me? I said.... It's the world's largest collection of the world's smallest versions of the world's largest things. Got it? So,...

Get your teeth cleaned at the world’s largest truck stop

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Iowa 80, located off Hwy. 80 in Walcott, Iowa, is the world's largest truck stop (now a Travelcenter of America franchise). How large are...

Sleep inside the world’s largest beagle

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Forget the RV for a night (and the cat!). Instead, sleep soundly inside the 30-foot-tall belly of the beast, er, in this case, a...

The world largest chicken clucks in Marietta GA

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Well, this isn't the world's largest living chicken (we'll get to that later), but this is the world's largest chicken, built in 1963 in Marietta, Georgia....

The world’s largest “catsup” bottle

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The world's largest "catsup" (or ketchup) bottle is a unique 170-ft. tall, 100,000-gallon water tower in Collinsville, Illinois. It was constructed in 1949 by...

How a pig nearly changed U.S. history

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By Chuck Woodbury One of the America's most unusual wars involved only one casualty – a pig – and yet it could have changed the...

Take this short detour to Wupatki and Sunset Crater on your trip south

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By Bob Difley Snowbirds descending from the Pacific Northwest, the Plains states, or the Midwest into southern Arizona for the winter have several routes to...
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