RV Travel Newsletter Issue 855

Learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more. This newsletter, now in its 17th year of continuous publication, is funded primarily through advertising and voluntary subscription contributions from our readers. Thank you! U.S. shoppers: Shop at Amazon.com Canadian shoppers: Shop at Amazon.ca Issue 855 • Week of July 21-27, 2018   #rvtravel Editor’s corner  With Chuck Woodbury Chuck…

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RVer makes a living finding the dead

By Russ and Tiña De Maris There are thousands of RVers who make a living on the road. Perhaps the largest number of positions for these “work campers” is that of campground host. Others work as traveling company representatives, some deliver RVs. But finding the dead? It’s not as quirky as it may seem off the top. Just ask Len…

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Folding stainless steel gas grill designed for the grilling enthusiast

Designed for grilling enthusiasts who don’t want to substitute quality for cost, this grill is constructed entirely of 100 percent mirror polished stainless steel with a 9 inch x 18 inch (162 square inch) grilling surface. It features a balanced locking lid, durable all-weather stay-cool plastic handle, fold-away tabletop legs, locking side access grease tray, and convenient locking radiant plate…

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Popularity growing for high-end gated RV parks for fulltimers

Many retirees that have never owned an RV, or ever considered living fulltime in one, didn’t plan on starting now. But plans do change, sometimes quite dramatically. When Margie and John Stites and their three dogs rolled a 41-foot Monaco Knight motorhome into the Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort, it was supposed to be a temporary stay while their dream house…

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People living in RVs drawing ire from officials in this Idaho town

The small rural Idaho mountain town of New Meadows, like many towns across America, is facing an affordable housing shortage. This has led to more people living in RVs, and not just in RV parks – they’re all over the place. City officials say it’s becoming a problem and are starting to enforce an ordinance that’s actually been on the…

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Three-hour standoff between police and camper ends without incident

You don’t expect violence or problems with criminals at campgrounds in our national forests. But authorities forced some campers to leave their campsites at a Forest Service campground because of an altercation between law enforcement and a camper. According to Peninsula Daily News,Tommy Lee Cook III, 28, was in the Clallam County jail Saturday on $450,000 bail after a three-hour…

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