RVs parked too close together: Carbon monoxide fumes kill five

By Chuck Woodbury editor, RVtravel.com Originally published in October, 2011 It’s so sad what happened two weeks ago: five people died in a rented RV at a charity event at Tennessee’s Clarksville Speedway. They went to sleep and never woke up. A portable generator hummed outside. Unknown to the RVers, the exhaust was venting into the rig. Friends entered the... Read More

I accept the rain

  By Chuck Woodbury editor, RVtravel.com Originally published in October, 2011 It’s raining. That’s what happens this time of year in the Northwest. We had a short summer, but we could hardly complain considering the record heat much of the nation endured. I have lived in the Northwest for 15 years now. I came from California, first from the irrigated... Read More

Needless deaths on the RV highway

By Chuck Woodbury editor, RVtravel.com This was originally published in January, 2012 There was a terrible traffic accident last week. A rented motorhome with 13 people on board blew a tire and then veered off the highway into a tree. Two people were killed and nine injured. Two of the passengers were thrown from the vehicle. The group was headed... Read More