Highway Hostesses: Cleaning America’s gas station restrooms

By Chuck Woodbury Editor, RVtravel.com Before we traveled with our RVs, most of us traveled in cars. If you are older than 60, you likely recall long road trips with overnight stays in motels that were actually called motels — not hotels or motor inns or other fancy names. And what you also remember are those times as you rolled... Read More

When people discovered the world through postcards

  By Chuck Woodbury Editor, RVtravel.com Go back 100 years. Just imagine: there were no RVs and only a few primitive cars with few roads to travel. There was no television or movie theaters. Hardly anybody owned a camera, and the handful who did shot in black and white. There was no Travel Channel or fancy travel magazines. So wherever... Read More

One-of-a-kind motorhome on display in Polson, Montana

You won’t see another motorhome like this one, which I found at the wonderful Miracle of America Museum in Polson, Montana. The plan is to eventually restore it. For now it just sits. It was built by Marshal Sanders of Highland, Michigan in the late 1960s out of a bunch of other vehicles. It’s powered by a 1966 Olds Tornado... Read More