Joshua Tree Music Festival Series Announces Music is the Soul of Life

By |2021-04-15T10:55:38-05:00April 15th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Joshua Tree Music Festival announces Music is the Soul of Life, a series of pod-based, physically distant, limited capacity outdoor shows starting April 23 Lineup: Diggin Dirt – Friday May 21 & Saturday May 22 Con Brio – Friday May 28 & Saturday May 29 Las Cafeteras – Sunday May 30 Where: Joshua Tree Lake RV & Campground, Joshua Tree, California. Website: Tickets: In the spirit of safely enjoying the medicinal magic of the live music experience, Joshua Tree Music Festival is thrilled […]

Tips for Planning Your Summer 2021 Road Trip!

By |2021-03-26T16:52:46-05:00March 26th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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If you’re like most people, your 2020 travel plans didn’t exactly work out as expected. But with travel restrictions slowly lifting and more places opening up, a 2021 summer road trip is the perfect time to redo some of your 2020 vacation plans, especially when it comes to exploring the U.S. And the best ways to see the country is in an RV! RVs are still a safer, self-contained way to travel. Not only do they make it easy to keep social distancing requirements while […]

Boondocking in Indiana

By |2021-03-26T16:52:44-05:00March 26th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Indiana is home to a wide variety of much-visited sites that include metropolitan cities, national forests, state parks, and a state border on the shores of Lake Michigan. Indiana Sand Dunes National Park is also in Indiana and is located on the southern shores of Lake Michigan. If you are looking for a free place to boondock in your RV, then you can find several options in any of the national forests and often in several of the state forests. This type of boondocking or […]

RV Holding Tank Sensor Fail! Power Washing Black & Gray Tanks & Struvite Removal.

By |2021-02-14T10:06:31-06:00February 14th, 2021|Boating Activities|

RV tank sensors are a straightforward way to know when to empty your tanks. However, many people don’t even realize they need to keep their sensors clean. Even if you do, you might not know how to do the job. Fortunately, it’s easier than you might think, and regular maintenance will keep your RV tank sensors working better for longer. You’ve probably never heard of “Struvite” which is a mineral that builds up in waste tanks. Once that accumulates in your RV holding tanks, it might be time for […]

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Professionals discover the Flathead as remote workplace

By |2021-02-14T04:06:44-06:00February 14th, 2021|Boating Activities|

Lech Naumovich, of Whitefish, works at one of the dedicated desks with his border collie Silene at Basecamp Coworking in Whitefish on Thursday, Feb. 11. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake) They’re easy to miss, hunkered down behind laptops in home offices, but remote workers are quietly setting up shop around the Flathead Valley. The COVID-19 pandemic spurred companies nationwide to adopt more flexible, socially distanced operations, so for many of their employees, the home is now the workplace. And for some of these remote workers, the Flathead has become home. […]

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Jean M. McQuilkin

By |2021-02-13T01:06:35-06:00February 13th, 2021|Boating Activities|

GUILFORD LAKE — Jean M. McQuilkin, 78, of Guilford Lake, Ohio, passed away Friday, Feb. 5, 2021, in Saint Augustine, Fla., after a short bout with cancer. Jean was born in Columbiana County to Sara and James Sitler. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Kent State University and worked in the field of speech pathology, as an executive for health and family services, and as an adjunct professor at KSU-Salem. Jean was dedicated to the children and families she served. Jean’s adventurous spirit and varied interests led […]

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Rainy Day Vacation Fun for Families

By |2021-02-12T19:07:58-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

Whether you’re at a lake, cabin or on an RV adventure, there’s bound to be a rainy day during your vacation. That doesn’t mean the fun needs to stop! It’s an opportunity to slow down, get creative, and maybe even go singing in the rain! Here’s a list of fun ways to keep kids entertained during rain until the sun comes back out and still make great vacation memories. Puddle Jumping As long as it’s warm enough out and you have high-quality rain gear, why not enjoy some good […]

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Fishing in the Pacific Northwest: Top Spots and Best Catches

By |2021-02-12T19:06:40-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

Anglers and outdoors enthusiasts all know that the Pacific Northwest is home to some of the best fishing, hunting, hiking and camping anywhere in the country. There are so many wide-open fishing opportunities in the Pacific Northwest, with a profusion of lakes, ponds, rivers, ocean currents and so much more. One of the reasons so many anglers have the Pacific Northwest on their bucket list is because of the versatility of fishing opportunities as well. Whether you’re into fly fishing, salmon fishing, bass, or channel cats; you’ll experience nothing […]

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Wander Women group gave up regular life to hike, bike, kayak

By |2021-02-12T10:06:50-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

LYNN EDMISTON, Kristy Burns and Annette Demel completed the Appalachian Trail in 2019. After saying goodbye to the old 9-to-5 in 2015, three former Colorado Springs residents didn’t sink back into the couch with a box of bonbons and their daytime stories and call it a day. Partners Kristy Burns and Annette Demel and their friend Lynn Edmiston sold everything they owned, including their homes, bought RVs and hit the road in search of adventure. “We decided to retire so we could go do these big hikes and live […]

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How to Spend a Day at Carlsbad Caverns National Park

By |2021-02-12T10:06:42-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

How to Spend a Day in Carlsbad Caverns National Park From the outside, it looks like a big hole in the side of a limestone canyon. You may find it hard to believe what lies beyond at Carlsbad Caverns National Park. It’s one of the top attractions in southeastern New Mexico, so take a visit, and you’ll find out why. We’ll help you make the most of your trip to this unique area on the edge of the Guadalupe Mountains. Let’s explore the park. About Carlsbad Caverns National Park […]

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Galion couple’s 63 year marriage story goes all the way back to elementary school

By |2021-02-10T10:06:42-06:00February 10th, 2021|Boating Activities|

GALION – Ray and Marty Weithman have been married for almost 63 years, but their love story goes all the way back to elementary school. Martha Mae Flannery was a first-grader at St. Joseph School in Galion and Raymond Anthony Weithman was in the second grade. They shared a classroom, a cafeteria and more. “I always thought he was a cute little fella. I was attracted to him early on,” said Marty. Now the couple, who are both 85, will celebrate another Valentine’s Day together. Side by side, reminiscing […]

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Pandemic driving more interest in outdoor pursuits

By |2021-02-10T01:06:41-06:00February 10th, 2021|Boating Activities|

With the pandemic, more people are taking advantage of outdoor pursuits, including boating, fishing, camping, and even wildlife viewing. Sporting goods sales were up last year, but boat dealers say getting inventory was a challenge. Courtesy Photo After one of my many trips to a sporting goods store, my wife asked me if I really needed more bags of plastic worms and expensive lures. I replied that yes, these new worm colors and hot new crankbaits would make my fishing trips much more productive and enjoyable. At least […]

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The Top Ten Spring Break Destinations Based On Your Personality

By |2021-02-07T19:06:20-06:00February 7th, 2021|Boating Activities|

From fun in the sun to excitement on the track, the RVshare community has varied interests when it comes to spring break! After conducting research on the most popular spring break destinations among RVshare readers, here are the top ten most popular spring break destinations: Grand Canyon National Park, AZ Zion National Park, UT Big Bend National Park, TX Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, FL Moab, UT Seabring, FL (raceway) Yellowstone National Park, WY Bristol, TN (raceway) Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN Arches National Park, UT But which destination […]

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Play on Lake Powell, Stay at Antelope Point Marina RV Park

By |2021-02-07T13:06:21-06:00February 7th, 2021|Boating Activities|

Lake Powell, with its 200 miles of shoreline, its deep blue turquoise water and the towering red rock walls, is one of the world’s premier boating destinations. Visitors come from all over to admire the beauty. It’s also the perfect place to hike, bike and just relax. With more than 80 side canyons, it also means there are endless places to explore. The nice thing about Lake Powell being so big is that it never feels crowded. Antelope Point Marina and RV Park Lake Powell is obviously best explored […]

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Campground and RV Park News, February 6, 2021

By |2021-02-07T01:08:21-06:00February 7th, 2021|Boating Activities|

The latest news about camping and developments in North American campgrounds and RV parks from Janet Groene for February 6, 2021. DISCLAIMER: These news items are believed current at press time but conditions are still changing quickly, not just because of COVID but because of other factors such as highway conditions. Phone the campground. Don’t rely solely on websites, GPS or Facebook. Full facilities and activities may not be open. Seasons and COVID restrictions vary. Get specifics about rates, campground facilities, reservation policies, campsite size and shape and the […]

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Ty Stiles

By |2021-02-06T07:06:33-06:00February 6th, 2021|Boating Activities|

Ty Stiles, a resident of Turlock, passed away peacefully at his home on Wednesday, January 27, 2021. He was 63 years old. Born and raised in Turlock to Bill and Virginia Stiles, Ty graduated from Turlock High School. A welder and foreman, he worked for over 10 years at Lakeside Truck Body before successfully co-owning and operating Stiles Truck Body for the last 35 years. He retired in 2018. A man of faith, Ty was a member of Monte Vista Chapel. In his spare time, he enjoyed spending time […]

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South Carolina county/city court fight sounds like “Matlock” episode

By |2021-02-05T19:07:24-06:00February 5th, 2021|Boating Activities|

argument fui By Russ and Tiña De Maris The Horry County, South Carolina, county/city court fight considering the possible sale of land occupied by two RV parks continues. It’s beginning to sound like an episode from the old TV series “Matlock”. Like when Matlock pulls off one of his legal coups, and the prosecutor has a hissy fit. Andy Griffith as Atty. Ben Matlock City wants to sell – county doesn’t like it We’ve reported the city of Myrtle Beach has offered to sell land it owns to the […]

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Films ‘Two Of Us’ And ‘Supernova’ Follow Romances Facing Failing Health

By |2021-02-05T07:07:03-06:00February 5th, 2021|Boating Activities|

Left image: A still from “Two of Us.” (Courtesy Magnolia Pictures) Right image: A still from “Supernova.” (Courtesy Bleecker Street Media) Happily ever after is the cruelest of illusions. If you think about it, everybody’s story ultimately has the same ending and it’s not an upbeat one. I’m often reminded of a savagely funny routine by disgraced comedian Louis C.K. in which he said he’d rather not date anymore because the best case scenario is that you’ll find someone who loves and completes you, and then eventually one of […]

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Big Homes Just Listed in the Billings Area

By |2021-02-05T01:06:56-06:00February 5th, 2021|Boating Activities|

Beautiful Rancher just walking distance from Beartooth school. Main level completely remodeled featuring new flooring, new kitchen cabinets and countertops and a farm-style, stainless steel sink, Gas fireplace, wood fireplace and wood stove. Bathrooms are updated and all bedrooms are on one level. Additionally, this home offers a sunroom, large fenced backyard with well and underground sprinklers, and a 26X26 pad for hot tub or gazebo. Great family home ready for entertaining! View Listing Country living. City and Mountain views. Just a hop, skip and a jump from town! […]

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Frederick ‘Jack’ Wallace Caresia

By |2021-02-04T19:06:28-06:00February 4th, 2021|Boating Activities|

BURLEY – On January 31, 2021, Frederick “Jack” Wallace Caresia, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend, passed away at the age of 93 in Burley, Idaho. Fred was known by all who knew and loved him as Jack. His father wanted to name him Jack, after the boxer Jack Dempsey, but his mother had other ideas and so he was given the name Frederick. However, he rarely was called Fred. He was always lovingly called Jack. Jack was born September 22, 1927, in Rock Springs, Wyo., to his […]

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