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Author : on in RVs Inside and Out: A Parts Manager's PerspectiveBlog Category | RVs Inside and Out: A Parts Manager's Perspective | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America | Page 50

All of the new RVs and trailers come with flat screen televisions, but for those of you who still have that big bulky tube TV, it’s time for a change. Not only will you coach carry less weight by switching from the old fat to the new flat, but you will also have a clearer picture and better sound. When thinking about making the change to the new ....


Author : on in RVs Inside and Out: A Parts Manager's PerspectiveBlog Category | RVs Inside and Out: A Parts Manager's Perspective | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America | Page 50

You’re getting ready to head out on a trip with the entire family for an exciting Easter campout and all of a sudden…your refrigerator stops working. Now, it’s time to grab your ice chest and buy all the ice from the corner market. Before you rush out the door, take a minute and run through these steps to see if it could possibly be something....


Author : on in RVs Inside and Out: A Parts Manager's PerspectiveBlog Category | RVs Inside and Out: A Parts Manager's Perspective | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America | Page 50

RV owners know all too well that finding the parts you need for your RV can be a bit challenging and even a bit frustrating. Being a Parts Manager for the past few years, I have learned a lot very quickly when it comes to getting what you want and need to keep your coach on the road.

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Author : on in RVing Ruminations by RusselBlog Category | RVing Ruminations by Russel | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America | Page 50

P.T. Barnum's American Museum, a five story building in New York City housed oddities from around the world gathered over 25 years by the great showman. People would go to it and often spend all day there, often making it difficult for new paying customers to enter. Barnum helped alleviate this by posting signs that said “This way to the Egress....

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Author : on in RV Tips & EducationBlog Category | RV Tips & Education | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America | Page 50

My husband had oral surgery yesterday and it’s a rainy, chilly February afternoon anyway so I decided to make my homemade chicken noodle soup – then I decided to share it with you.

About the name, yeah, not my idea. That’s what my kids and their friends have always called it. They are all in their 20s now and still call it that. Every time my dau....

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Author : on in RVs Inside and Out: A Parts Manager's PerspectiveBlog Category | RVs Inside and Out: A Parts Manager's Perspective | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America | Page 50

One of the biggest complaints I hear from RV customers is “I just wish we had more room for storage.” I always ask them if they know the old “less is more” saying. The looks I get are sometimes that of annoyance, but as I go on to share some ideas that annoyance turns into a big smile. So with spring being upon us, I thought I would share s....


Author : on in RVs Inside and Out: A Parts Manager's PerspectiveBlog Category | RVs Inside and Out: A Parts Manager's Perspective | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America | Page 50

These days many families have decided to go full time in their RV. This has become a way of life for those looking to escape the rat race and lower their housing costs. Being a full timer gives you the freedom to move about the country looking for whatever guides you. Be it exploration, better weather, or just plain old ants in the pants you can mo....


Author : on in RV Tips & EducationBlog Category | RV Tips & Education | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America | Page 50

There is just something about a nice campfire, whether you are cooking food on it, staying warm, scaring off various wild animals in the area, or just sitting around it enjoying the company of a few good friends. Knowing how to build a campfire is one of the most fundamental outdoor skills and at the heart of just about any survival scenario.

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Author : on in JeepandRVBlog Category | JeepandRV | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America | Page 50

So we passed the two year mark full timing and are coming up on the two year mark of our travels. The reason these dates are different is because we moved into the RV in December to prep our house to sell and took off down the road in March.

Our route starts and ends in Florida every year, this is to see family and to work on the rig. Last year we....


Author : on in RVing Ruminations by RusselBlog Category | RVing Ruminations by Russel | THE BEST RV Parks, RV Resorts, Campgrounds in America | Page 50

So I am hours into driving, with hours more to go, going east across the Mojave Desert where there is a whole lot of nothing between anything and anything you do come to isn't much of anything. None the less I was happy to pull over at the little gas station quick stop, hopefully to find something very cold to drink. I parked about fifty feet in fr....