An inexpensive, healthy dining out option for RVers

  By Emily Woodbury STAFF WRITER Golden Corral, America’s leading buffet chain, is known for its mouthwatering BBQ chicken, its melt-in-your-mouth mashed potatoes, and its juicy roast beef. The chain is family friendly and delivers wholesome foods at a reasonable price. Since opening in 1973, the chain has expanded to 481 locations in 41 states, including Alaska. The buffet is…

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A simple explanation of installing and using RV LED bulbs

This is likely the best video we’ve come across that explains the differences between LED and the standard incandescent bulbs that come with most RVs. So many videos like this are complicated and hard to understand. This one by long-time RVtravel.com reader, and now contributor, Wolfe Rose, is easy to follow. It explains the two different types of bulbs including…

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RV Travel Newsletter Issue 807

  Learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more. This newsletter, now in its 16th year of continuous publication, is funded primarily through advertising and voluntary subscription contributions from our readers. Thank you! Issue 807 • Week of August 19–25, 2017 Editor’s corner With Chuck Woodbury Chuck (at) RVtravel.com I’m in Buffalo, Wyoming, where everybody is counting…

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Update on keeping black tank smells out of your RV

In last week’s Quick Tips, we included a tip from a reader about keeping black water smells from getting back into the RV by using Soft Scrub and petroleum jelly. We removed the tip when we heard from Brian and Sue Robertson, who passed along information from Thetford. Thetford advises: “Your toilet, sinks and showers should all be cleaned in…

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RVing in the news, August 18, 2017

Bear trapping to begin in Yellowstone National Park Bozeman Daily Chronicle Beginning August 22, researchers will be trapping both grizzly and black bears in Yellowstone National Park to gather data as part of their studies of the Yellowstone grizzly bear population. None of the traps will be set near trails or backcountry campsites and all will have warning signs alerting…

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