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Snowbirding in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert

  The Sonoran Desert offers an impressive array of colorful flora and fauna, scenic drives and outdoor recreation — all a stone’s throw from the urban sprawl of Phoenix The central Arizona region of the Sonoran Desert is a lush landscape full of exotic vegetation, unusual wildlife, colorful flowers and even a few rivers and…

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RVIA Names Craig Kirby New President

The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) announced today that its Board of Directors has unanimously selected Craig Kirby to serve as president of the association. According to a press release dated October 3, 2019, Kirby, a 25-year veteran of RVIA and long-time senior leader within the organization, replaces Frank Hugelmeyer, who stepped down earlier this…

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Tips from A Couple Who Has Lived Five Years on The Road

When we first hit the road a few months shy of five years ago, we didn’t think we were your typical RVers. We were not married, we were not retired, and we certainly were not independently wealthy. What was typical, it seemed, was that we had started feeling slaves to our possessions, wanted to travel,…

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State Parks of the West You Never Knew About

If you’re planning a road trip around the Western US, I can confidently say that all of these should make an appearance on your “must visit” list. After roaming the States in a camper van for 2 years, these parks leave lasting memories in my mind and are ones I find myself wanting to return…

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Dinghy Digest: Bar Exam | MotorHome Magazine

It’s time to brush up on tow bars and learn which one is right for your needs and budget In last month’s inaugural Dinghy Digest column, we presented the importance of baseplates and how to choose them. In this installment, we’re covering the key component for pulling a dinghy vehicle safely: the tow bar. Though…

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How to Prep for Winter Storage

Essential Steps You Need to Take Before and During Storage to Ensure Your Motorhome is Ready for the Next Travel Season As the days get shorter and the leaves begin to fall, we come to the melancholy realization that it’s time for many of us to put the motorhome away for the coming winter. It’s…

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DIY Cargo Bay Maintenance | MotorHome Magazine

  With the right products, tools and a little elbow grease, you can keep motorhome cargo compartments easily accessible for years to come In 1980, Pete Townshend released the hit song “Let My Love Open the Door.” That was almost 40 years ago, but showing a little love to your motorhome’s cargo doors today will…

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Unique Class B Motorhome With Rear Deck

Built on the RAM ProMaster 3500 chassis, the PRL handles well enough on the road. Optional add-a-room vinyl tent adds versatility in camp. Embassy RV’s quest for luxury, technology and rugged adventure is highlighted in its PRL Class B It wasn’t too long ago that Class B motorhomes filled a need for a fairly narrow…

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More Features in a Nice Cube

ASA Electronics is offering its first-ever cube-shaped RV-audio solution, the JENSEN JWM20 Wall Mount Stereo. The JWM20 features JENSEN’s smallest footprint to date and supports up to four speakers, with the capability of two independent speaker zones to give motorhome owners more control of their audio. The JWM20 supports AM/FM radio, Bluetooth streaming and control…

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Lifting the Fog | MotorHome Magazine

Repairing fogged dual-pane windows restores vision while improving aesthetics Temperature control inside a motorhome is of prime importance to occupants, and the use of dual-pane windows is a proven method for regulating heat in summer and cold in winter. Opting for dual-pane windows — when not offered as standard equipment — is one of the…

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