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Almost $100,00 of marijuana seized from RV over the weekend

(June 21, 2011) -- On June 19, a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officer referred an RV for secondary inspection at the Lukeville Port in Arizona. A narcotics detection canine alerted to the inside of the vehicle, where 25 packages of marijuana were discovered, reports the Tucson Citizen.

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Slow drivers on New Brunswick roads can cause headaches

(June 21, 2011) -- In order to get to the many natural wonders New Brunswick has to offer, it means getting off the four-lane highways and onto the two-lane byways. But watching the speedometer plummet for that ominous line of traffic up ahead is a buzz-kill all-too-common this time of year, reports CanadaEast.com.

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Road trip for a cause

(June 20, 2011) -- Last week, the Gallant family from Nashua, N.H. packed up their bags and motorhome for a cross-country trip to raise funds and awareness about two diseases that have impacted the family: Alzheimer's and Tourette's, reports the Telegraph Neighbors.

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New Jersey town considers RV parking regulations

(June 20, 2011) -- Last week, the Eastampton Township Council introduced an ordinance to prohibit RVs, trailers, boats and other similar vehicles from parking on the street from 2 to 6 a.m. A public hearing and possible adoption of the ordinance is scheduled for the June 27 meeting, reports phillyBurbs.com.

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Keystone recalls 44 for electrical system wiring

(June 20, 2011) -- Keystone RV is recalling 44 model year 2012 Residence travel trailers. The wiring connection to the 120 volt light on the ceiling of the slide room has the incorrect wiring connectors, which could cause a loose electrical connection, leading to fire, damage or injury.

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Camper recalls deadly Brimfield, Mass. tornado

(June 17, 2011) -- When Richard R. Reim's 32-foot Winnebago went over on its side in the June 1 tornado at Village Green Family Campground, it felt almost gentle, and when it was lifted in the air it felt like going up in an elevator. But the motorhome was smashed, badly injuring him and killing his girlfriend, Virginia Darlow, reports MassLive.com.

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Motorhome rally convenes in Montana town this weekend

(June 17, 2011) -- About 90 members of the Big Sky Chapter of the Family Motor Coach Association are holding a rally in Lockwood this weekend. The group pulled into town Thursday, and plans to enjoy what Billings has to offer through Sunday, reports the Billings Gazette.

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Two RV bylaws amended in Alberta city

(June 17, 2011) -- The Pincher Creek Council passed an amendment to the Traffic Bylaw, dictating what a recreational vehicle is. Those who use trailers are now allowed the same rules as those who use motorhomes, reports the Pincher Creek Echo.

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RVers stay together over the long haul

(June 17, 2011) -- Thousands of couples across North America and around the world spend almost every minute together inside a tiny space, boarding an RV or boat and roaming for extended periods. But doing it can pose challenges for even the most devoted couples, reports msnbc.com.

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