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Hillbilly Jamboree marks WIT Grand National Rally

(July 6, 2011) -- “Get your banjo, floppy straw hat and join over 2,000 attendees for the biggest Hillbilly Jamboree this side of the Mayberry,” said WIT General Manager Doug Formanek. “It is sure to be a fun week full of good ol’ fashion fun and hospitality.”

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Book shows how to make good food in the wild

(July 6, 2011) -- Mike Faverman and Pat Mac were both touring as stand-up comedians when they met at a comedy club in 2001. Passionate about making people laugh, they're both also passionate about cooking, and collaborated to write Ultimate Camp Cooking, reports the Montreal Gazette.

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Arizona man loses decades-old bus-turned-RV in fire

(July 5, 2011) -- One Fort Mohave man bid a tearful farewell yesterday to a bus his family has been using as an RV for decades, after an electrical component shorted out while it was charging, causing it to burst into flames, reports the Mohave Valley News.

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Woodall’s unveils RV & Camping Copilot

(July 5, 2011) -- "Woodall's RV & Camping Copilot is a groundbreaking mobile application that provides RVers and family campers access to campground information from the comfort of home or their home on the road."

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Park volunteers trade in trailer for car

(July 5, 2011) -- Since they married in 2002, retired Saxonburg, Pa. residents Tom and Katie Patterson have spent the summers traveling in a 38-foot-long trailer and staying in state or national parks to participate in the Volunteer in the Parks, or VIP program, reports the Tarentum Valley News Dispatch.

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Heartland recalls North Country travel trailers for cord problems

(July 4, 2011) -- Heartland Recreational Vehicles, LLC is recalling certain model year 2011 North Country 30BHS and 32BHS travel trailers. The cord used to hook into an external electrical power supply has the potential to drape directly in front of the furnace exhaust, which could cause damage to the cord and result in a fire.

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