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B.C.’s Salmon in the Canyon Festival, Aug. 20

(Aug. 11, 2011) -- A salmon feast, salmon maze, salmon-themed mini-golf and a riverside walk along one of the world’s greatest salmon rivers will be among the activities at Salmon in the Canyon Festival, to be held Aug. 20 at the Cayoosh Creek campground in Lillooet, reports the Bridge River Lillooet News.

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Health benefits of RVing

(Aug. 11, 2011) -- The Edmonton Journal reports that besides the cardiovascular benefits of RVers increased activity, studies show that just taking vacations reduces the risk of heart disease and spending quality time with a spouse or significant other lowers blood pressure.

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Be ready for anything while traveling with kids

(Aug. 11, 2011) -- The Edmonton Journal reports that RVing with kids, including full-time RVing, is becoming increasingly popular, and today's RVs are designed with frugality in mind: built for comfort and accommodating of bicycles or sports gear.

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Camping out for life

(Aug. 11, 2011) -- The Arizona Daily Sun tells the story of a man who after being diagnosed with cancer, is given six years to live, asks the woman he's keen on to join him as enjoys his last years, and together they set off in a van and camper.

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Parking debate begins in Great Falls, Mont.

(Aug. 10, 2011) -- Great Falls, Mont., Deputy City Manager Jennifer Reichel told the Great Falls Tribune that while the she is not anxious to fine people $50 or $100 on first and second offenses, she said the city wants to address safety concerns relating to RV parking.

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The National Scenic Byways Program

(Aug. 9, 2011) -- Since the establishment of the National Scenic Byways Program 20 years ago, 150 roadways in 46 states have been recognized for their cultural, historic and scenic qualities, reports The New York Times. Some stretch for hundreds of miles, and others can be covered in no more than an hour.

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Texas man sues storage facility to recover motorhome

(Aug. 9, 2011) -- According to recent court documents, Jeffery Davis, a League City man, has filed suit against America's Storage, a local storage facility, and its employees in an effort to retrieve his 1984 Beaver Motorhome, reports the Southeast Texas Record.

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