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A 25-foot motorhome, a 10-year-old, and a 3,000-mile drive: The pandemic RV trip of a lifetime

By |2021-01-13T16:08:06-06:00January 13th, 2021|Comfort At Camp|

roadtrippers.com

I have a tendency to take action without thinking things all the way through. I’ve survived some really hard things—including cancer—so I have a lot of faith in my ability to figure things out. This is how I ended up driving more than 3,000 miles in a 25-year-old motorhome with my 10-year-old daughter—despite never having driven a large vehicle in my life. It’s summer and we’ve been homebound due to COVID-19 for five months. The mental health of everyone in our blended family is beginning to deteriorate, and I […]

5 RV accessories that offer space, style and comfort on the go

By |2021-01-13T03:56:35-06:00January 13th, 2021|Comfort At Camp|

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Indulge your wanderlust and create a portable comfort zone with new accessories for your RV or camper. Stow to go Where there’s a wall there’s a way. A foldaway desk provides a convenient surface for working or dining, as well as shelves and storage for papers, linens, utensils and more. Office Depot, officedepot.com . Southern Enterprises foldout convertible wall-mount desk/table, $179.99. Streamlined life + style If life on the open road sounds pretty good right about now, hop aboard the Airstream dream of Seattle couple Natasha Lawyer and Brett […]

Your ‘Ironic’ Joke Will Come Back to Haunt You

By |2021-01-06T09:50:40-06:00January 6th, 2021|Comfort At Camp|

lifehacker.com

The fortunate among us don’t use Twitter at all , which undoubtedly bodes well for their peace of mind. But it also means they’re missing out on a major front in the modern culture war. And if you aren’t one of those compelled to dive repeatedly into the service’s vortex of misinformation and perpetual outrage, you missed out on the rise and fall of a particular villain who came to dominate social media discourse over the weekend. Twitter dubbed him Bean Dad (in reality, he’s musician and podcaster John […]

Mark My Words January: Removing Roof Stains and Tackling Slide Trouble

By |2021-01-06T09:25:04-06:00January 6th, 2021|Beginning RV'ing, Comfort At Camp, RV Living, Tech Tips|

blog.goodsam.com

Hi, Mark My Words Readers! This month, we’ve got questions on stains, drips, sags, RV furnaces and GPS mounts. Remember to send your RVing questions to mmw@escapees.com . Mark, What is the best way to remove leaf stains on a fifth-wheel EPDM roof? We had a recent storm come through while in an RV campground, and it was several days before we returned home and discovered the stains. We have not tried to remove them. Your input would be greatly appreciated! Patrick Hi Patrick, The way I deal with […]

Couples roll along in homes that make an RV look palatial

By |2021-01-02T06:50:22-06:00January 2nd, 2021|Comfort At Camp|

www.texarkanagazette.com

What if you went on a road trip and never came back? Two couples called the road their home for years, logging hundreds of thousands of adventurous miles. Their refuges? For one couple, a Mitsubishi Delica four-wheel-drive van, small when compared with an RV or even other vans, let alone a faddish tiny house. For another, a Ford Festiva, small compared with just about anything on four wheels. The coronavirus pandemic has idled both couples and their vehicles, for now, as they all wait for their next chapters. That […]

Rolling Homes That Make an R.V. Look Palatial

By |2020-12-26T09:50:10-06:00December 26th, 2020|Comfort At Camp|

www.nytimes.com

What if you went on a road trip, and never came back? Two couples called the road their home for years, logging hundreds of thousands of adventurous miles. Their refuges? For one couple, a Mitsubishi Delica four-wheel-drive van, small when compared with an R.V. or even other vans, let alone a faddish tiny house. For another, a Ford Festiva, small compared with just about anything on four wheels. The coronavirus pandemic has idled both couples and their vehicles, for now, as they all wait for their next chapters. That […]

Outdoorsy Releases 2020 Travel Trend Report

By |2020-12-20T15:50:57-06:00December 20th, 2020|Comfort At Camp|

www.prnewswire.com

World’s largest RV rental company reveals performance stats from its best year on record, predictions for 2021 travel AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Outdoorsy , the most-trusted and only global online RV rental and outdoor travel marketplace, today released its 2020 Travel Trend report, recapping stats from its record year. Despite experiencing a 90 percent cancellation rate early in the year due to the pandemic, Outdoorsy’s RV bookings surged in 2020, leading to the company’s best year on record, with a more than 4,500% increase in bookings […]

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After traveling the world for 7 years, a family of 4 now calls a 30-foot sailboat their ‘forever home’ — take a look inside

By |2020-12-20T15:50:54-06:00December 20th, 2020|Comfort At Camp|

www.insider.com

The Sueiro family on their boat. Courtesy of William and Jessica Sueiro Jessica and Will Sueiro moved to Costa Rica in 2013 with their two children, kickstaring their nomadic life. The family eventually moved into an RV, traveled to every country in Europe, and then moved to Asia right before the coronavirus pandemic hit. They have since moved on to a sailboat in France — it’s the first time in years that they have an oven, a washing machine, and their own bedrooms. They have to wait for the […]

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4 No-Bake Holiday Desserts You Can Make in Your RV

By |2020-12-20T09:31:50-06:00December 20th, 2020|Beginning RV'ing, Comfort At Camp, RV Living|

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Spending the holidays in your RV doesn’t mean you have to miss out on all the sugary treats that this time of the year brings. While RV ovens can be temperamental, there are plenty of delicious desserts you can make that don’t require baking. All of these treats can be made by using the stovetop or microwave. They’re a great way to spend an afternoon getting into the holiday spirit with the family. Here are four easy dessert recipes you can make in your RV – no oven needed! […]

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Vintage campers a growing trend for outdoor fun

By |2020-12-16T09:56:57-06:00December 16th, 2020|Comfort At Camp|

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MADISON Those who manufactured what are called vintage campers mostly decorated with colors from a different crayon box. They strayed from the elemental to define their mobile living spaces, stressing aqua, turquoise, pink, pale yellow and mint green over dark blue, deep orange, hard green, bright red, though red does seem to sometimes cross boundaries. An example of what an old style vintage camper may look like. By Lew Freedman | The Tribune lfreedman@tribtown.com James and Shannon Rodwald of Crawfordsville pose next to their 1964 Franklin camper. By […]

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Finding the Right Wheelchair Accessible RV

By |2020-12-16T09:56:39-06:00December 16th, 2020|Comfort At Camp|

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RVing is a super fun way to get out and see the country. It offers opportunities to explore places off the beaten path, gives budget travelers a way to save money, and allows you to carry the comforts of home with you wherever you go. Another benefit of RV travel is the fact that it makes regular travel easier for those in wheelchairs through the use of wheelchair accessible RV motorhomes and travel trailers. By seeking out a wheelchair accessible RV (or retrofitting one to suit their needs), […]

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UK researchers begin training dogs to detect the scent of COVID-19

By |2020-12-14T18:59:08-06:00December 14th, 2020|Adventure Outdoors, Beginning RV'ing, Comfort At Camp, Regions by Seasons, RV Living, Shows & Events|

newatlas.com

Scientists have previously trained springer spaniels to detect diseases like malaria, and hope to do the same for COVID-19 There’s a long line of research projects aimed at leveraging the famous sensitivity of canine noses to detect risks to human health, including explosives , cancer and other diseases. But could they help us combat one of the gravest dangers we’ve faced in modern history? UK scientists are embarking on a new venture to train dogs to sniff out the scent of COVID-19, hopeful that they could come to […]

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Special Holiday Places and Gifts

By |2020-12-14T17:43:43-06:00December 14th, 2020|Adventure Outdoors, Comfort At Camp, RV Living|

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If you or someone you care about is considering the RV lifestyle, but not sure if they are that adventurous, give them Chuck Woodbury’s latest book, The ABCs of RVing: Everything You Wanted to Know About RVing but Were Afraid to Ask . This short read cov ers all the questions you want to ask about the lifestyle (and some you didn’t know to ask). Chuck is the editor of the popular RVTravel.com website and newsletter, so he knows all the questions and answers. Available at Amazon in […]

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