RV Daily Tips Newsletter 969

Issue 969 • September 12, 2018 This newsletter is brought to you Monday through Thursday by RVtravel.com and is funded primarily through voluntary subscription contributions from our readers. Thank you! U.S. shoppers: Shop at Amazon.com Canadian shoppers: Shop at Amazon.ca QUICK TIPS Keep your sink drain clean to avoid “stink” Working in the RV galley generates all kinds of small…

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Atlanta Motor Speedway opens campground to Hurricane evacuees

If you are an RVer and are traveling or live in the coastal Carolinas you may not be thinking much about camping right now with Hurricane Florence taking aim at you. However, the Atlanta Motor Speedway (that’s in Georgia, for you non-Southerners) is hoping to make your life a bit easier as well as offering some protection from Florence. Today…

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Warning issued for “bold behaviour” of wolf at Banff Nat. Park

If you are camping or plan to camp in Canada’s Banff National Park note that Parks Canada is advising people to be cautious after campers had a close encounter with a lone wolf that showed “bold behaviour,” posing a risk to visitors. The warning extends from the Fireside day-use area along the Bow Valley Parkway to Castle Junction, including all…

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Campground owner seeks to replace RV campsites with tiny homes

RV manufacturers are selling record numbers of RVs but the number of campgrounds and campsites to accommodate them is not rising as rapidly. This is no longer news. But a new trend could be adding to an even greater shortage of campsites available to road-wandering RVers. Though this could be bad news for RVers, the trend could be good news for tiny…

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Police investigating Florida RVer found dead in fifth-wheel

Mystery surrounds circumstances of a man found dead in an RV in the southeast section of Palm Bay, Florida, Monday just after 11 a.m., clickOrlando.com reported. Police responded to the area near 9400 Babcock Street, where 46-year-old Casey Dawayne Cheney was found in a fifth-wheel trailer parked near a cow pasture. A large police presence could be seen on the…

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Hurricane Florence rain threatens catastrophic flooding to Carolinas

Though the wind speed of Hurricane Florence has increased dramatically, the worst part of this monster storm approaching the Carolinas may be days of relentless rain which will cause catastrophic flooding. RVers in the area – either traveling or local residents – should consider not waiting until the storm hits to get their RV out of the area before the…

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