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Part of Cape Hatteras closed to vehicle traffic

(March 21, 2011) --  On Friday, the National Park Service closed one of the most popular spots on the Cape Hatteras National Seashore to vehicles in an effort to protect rare shorebirds that might try to nest in the area, the Virginian Pilot reported.

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RV Chef is now online

(March 21, 2011) -- "The RV Chef" is an online show produced for RVers to show that food on the road does not have to be fast or mediocre.

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Police bust meth lab at Texas RV park

(March 21, 2011) -- Sheriff’s investigators executed a warrant last week which resulted in the taking down of a methamphetamine lab being operated at the Good Samaritan RV Park, the Rockport Pilot reported.

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Indiana campers impacted by firewood restrictions

(March 21, 2011) -- Under the new rule, campers can still bring in firewood, but it must have a federal or state certification stamp or have its bark removed. Kiln-dried construction lumber is also allowed, and some sites will have approved firewood for sale.

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Pedata RV offers gas-saving RV driving tips

(March 21, 2011) -- "RV drivers are often quite frugal," said Gerard Pedata, owner of Pedata RV Center. "They budget carefully and they make the most of every trip and vacation. Part of that is being aware of the potential savings that are out there."

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Ocean-loving RVers accept tsunami risks

(March 21, 2011) -- Brian Green, who lives at Sunset Harbor RV Park, has learned that if the ground is shaking, it’s time to get out of town. He said he has figured out a plan for collecting his most precious possessions and evacuating home in 10 minutes.

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Ohio city to address RV parking concerns

(March 21, 2011) -- “I’m getting about a 50-50 response,” Councilman Chuck Ricco told the Sun News. “Everyone who owns a recreational vehicle wants the ordinance changed. The argument is ‘who are you to tell me what I can put in my front yard.’ But those who don’t have them want the ordinance to stay the same.”

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California agencies object to plans for RV storage center

(March 21, 2011) -- Citing ecological concerns, the California Department of Fish and Game and the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy are unhappy with the Simi Valley Planning Commission for not proposing more stringent mitigation measures for a planned recreational vehicle storage yard, the Ventura County Star reported.

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Couple stranded in RV for 6 days in New Mexico

(March 21, 2011) -- KMGH Denver tells the story of a couple who took a wrong turn down a muddy, snow-covered dirt road outside Grants, New Mexico, and found the GPS didn’t work in the forested area, 40 miles from civilization.

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First time author celebrates publication of RV Cookbook

(March 21, 2011) -- Cooper developed the idea to commemorate the RV Centennial celebration by compiling a cookbook with 100 recipes. Not just any recipes, but ones submitted by fellow RV lovers from across the country. After a little research and finding out her idea was something unique, Cooper met with Publisher Mark Long of TSTC Publishing, and the two decided to turn Cooper’s idea into a reality.

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Fire destroys RV in Florida

(March 21, 2011) -- A fire destroyed a recreational vehicle in Canaveral Groves, Fla., on Sunday afternoon with flames leaping 40 feet into the sky, reports Florida Today.

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