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Motorhome Quick Tip: Palate Palette

  Camping with a group and eating meals together usually involves post-meal group dishwashing, too. Like many campers, our cutlery is a mishmash of designs and it was difficult to keep straight which knives, forks and spoons belonged to which family. We solved this with a dab of nail polish on the cutlery with each…

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RV Tech Savvy: Cabinet Finishes

We have a 2005 Country Coach Inspire 330 with solid-maple cabinets and trim. The maple cabinets and baseboards are showing wear, with milky spots on doors and baseboards. What can I do, short of stripping and refinishing, to bring back the finish? Skip Landry | via email What may first appear to be a beat-up…

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A Very Merry Motorhome: Celebrating the Holidays with Your Pets

  Traveling with your pets during the holiday season can be a rewarding and heartwarming experience. For the past three years, my husband, Andy, and I have been traveling in our motorhome with our two dogs, two cats and bird. We prefer to keep our entire family together for our travels, and that includes during…

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Snorkeling and Diving Florida’s Lower Keys

Photo credit: Getty Images   Part of the Keys island chain that stretches southwest of Florida, the Lower Keys sit amid huge expanses of unspoiled ocean habitat. On land, the locals have fostered that classic, laid-back Florida Keys charm; beneath the surface, the surrounding untamed waters constitute some of the most exciting diving and snorkeling…

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Kayaking Florida’s Lower Keys: Paddling to Adventure

Get a close look at the natural side of Florida’s Lower Keys from the seat of a kayak Kayaks are ideal for exploring the vibrant ecosystems that flourish in Florida’s Lower Keys from Bahia Honda to Big Pine Key and other untamed keys on the island chain between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic….

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Full Circle: The Winegard AIR 360+

  The Winegard AIR 360+ is an amplified omnidirectional antenna for over-the-air VHF/UHF and FM signal reception. The AIR 360+ is easy to install and offers 360-degree signal reception thanks to its dome shape. The antenna doesn’t require hand-cranking or aiming, meaning it is ready to receive local signals as soon as the motorhome is…

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Full Circle: The Winegard AIR 360+

  The Winegard AIR 360+ is an amplified omnidirectional antenna for over-the-air VHF/UHF and FM signal reception. The AIR 360+ is easy to install and offers 360-degree signal reception thanks to its dome shape. The antenna doesn’t require hand-cranking or aiming, meaning it is ready to receive local signals as soon as the motorhome is…

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Adventure in Style: Winnebago BOLDT Q70 KL

The front of the redesigned MB Sprinter is sleeker than the last iteration, and adds updated headlight buckets, grille and front bumper cover. Winnebago BOLDT debuts with a sophisticated lithium-based house battery system, luxury appointments and off-road capabilities Alexander von Humboldt was a 19th-century German naturalist, explorer and geographer, and was the first to extensively…

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Kayaking Florida’s Lower Keys: Paddling to Adventure

Get a close look at the natural side of Florida’s Lower Keys from the seat of a kayak Kayaks are ideal for exploring the vibrant ecosystems that flourish in Florida’s Lower Keys from Bahia Honda to Big Pine Key and other untamed keys on the island chain between the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic….

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Washington’s Yakima Country | MotorHome Magazine

A motorhome stops at a pumpkin stand in Yakima County, Washington. Photos by George Ostertag   Yakima, Washington, and its surrounding area is a delightful autumn motorhome destination, no matter which way you turn. Central Washington’s Yakima County, home to the Yakama Nation (yes, two different spellings), rolls out an inviting canvas for motorhome travel,…

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