Video: 2017 NeXus Maybach Class A gas motorhome

  NeXus RV company owners Claude Donati and Dave Middleton demonstrate their 37-foot Class A gas motorhome, built in many ways similar to their higher-end diesel coach, but costing far less. Options and features are shown and demonstrated. The one-and-a-half bath coach is built on a rail chassis with durable, high strength, low alloy steel cage construction. It has a large windshield... Read More

Gorgeous day, and I smell cows

  By Chuck Woodbury I smell cows. It’s a gorgeous day in Medford, Oregon. I’m typing at my picnic table. The sun is warming me all over. I am happiest when the sun shines. It’s been raining way too much lately and so Gail and I are heading south, joining the snowbird migration —the thousands upon thousands of other RVers — half I believe from Minnesota.... Read More

Very cool RV napkins and drink coasters

  I was very excited to find these drink coaster and cocktail napkins at a kitchen store named the PotRack in pretty Jacksonville, Oregon, right along the main street. To me, the most impressive merchandise in the store besides the coasters and napkins is the big selection of plates, bowls and other kitchen utensils made of Melmac. Do you remember Melmac? It’s... Read More

Video: How to use an RV microwave convection oven

  In this video Nikki Wynn shares a few tips on how to use an RV microwave-convection oven combo. Nikki shares how to set the oven for proper cooking including times and temperatures, and shares why a convection oven is perfect for RVers. She also includes advice about choosing the best convection oven bakeware. Watch more great videos about RVing at... Read More

Video: 2017 Winnebago Paseo Class B packs in features

  The 2017 Winnebago Paseo Class B motorhome is the first in its class to be built on a Ford Transit Van chassis. It features a spacious floor plan with an expansive rear dinette that converts to a 53 x 72-inch sleeping surface, equipped for cross-coach and longitudinal sleeping. The gas engine gets about 15 miles per gallon. Inside, it features... Read More

Still alive after visit with meat-eating plants

  By Chuck Woodbury I survived my visit to the meat-eating plants along the Oregon coast just north of Florence. It turns out, these carnivores prefer insects to humans. The plants occupy an area about half the size of a basketball court alongside U.S. 101. A short trail — maybe 1/10th of a mile, leads into the plants, and then a... Read More