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Man builds expedition vehicle for tree huggers

(Nov. 19, 2010) -- Built entirely from recycled and sustainable materials, the EcoRoamer is big enough to sleep seven on any mountaintop, while maintaining a carbon neutral footprint throughout its manufacturing and travels. Best of all, the vehicle is an open-sourced project of the non-profit Muskoka Foundation, which means interested travelers can get the detailed plans for free online.

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RV Cooking Show plans Thanksgiving special

(Nov. 19, 2010) -- After a short hiatus, the RV Cooking Show staff are all rested up, ready to get cookin’ and jump into an ambitious show schedule, starting with the annual Thanksgiving show episode featuring Aunt Lucy’s Thanksgiving stuffing and three hidden gem national parks and monuments.

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Travel With Kidz expands online presence

(Nov. 18, 2010) -- Travel With Kidz enhanced their on-line presence with a new blog, Facebook page, Twitter and YouTube portals, the group announced today. These expanded channels all have the focus of engaging the Travel With Kidz customer base and giving them a platform to share their family travel experiences.

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Fire destroys motorhome at Arizona RV park

(Nov. 18, 2010) -- A motorhome was destroyed after it caught fire Wednesday afternoon at the Tombstone Hills RV Park, the Sierra Vista Herald reported. The fire was first reported at 3:30 p.m. after the owner of the 1978 motorhome reported that the vehicle caught fire as he attempted to start the engine.

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Go RVing Canada announces top 11 spaces to RV in Canada

(Nov. 18, 2010) -- “These top Canadian RV destinations definitely earned their votes,” said Go RVing Canada Spokesperson Angèle Lapointe. “This contest has made us realize how lucky we are as Canadians to have unlimited access to such beautiful sites. We are positive this event has inspired people to go on their own RV adventures and explore our amazing country for themselves!”

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Texas city tells RVers to remove propane tanks from rigs

(Nov. 16, 2010) -- Residents at Camelot Village and RV Park told KCBD-TV that city officials told them to remove their personal propane tanks by Dec. 8 because of a city ordnance. Residents worry about how they will heat their homes this winter when their only heat source is removed.

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Missing cat reunited with RVers weeks later

(Nov. 16, 2010) -- Thanks to the kindness of strangers, a visiting couple who lost their cat a few weeks ago while staying at Durango RV Park in Red Bluff was reunited with him Thursday, the Red Bluff Daily News reported.

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RV repair center offers winterizing tips

(Nov. 16, 2010) -- There are several times a year when routine maintenance should be performed on RVs. The best time to perform maintenance is after each use and when storing for winter months. With winter quickly approaching, now may be the prime time to perform maintenance on the RV and store it for the winter, the staff at One Stop Motors suggested.

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RV will shelter disater victims

(Nov. 15, 2010) -- St. Jude's Ministry's Jim Rouse will lead Tulare Fire Department personnel on Monday and Tuesday to introduce a recreational vehicle to be used as temporary shelter for victims of fires and other disasters, reported Visalia Times Delta.

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Paw Paw recreational vehicle ordinance under review

(Nov. 15, 2010) -- About a dozen Paw Paw Village residents attended Monday night's Village Council meeting to share their input on possible changes regarding the parking and/or storage of recreational vehicles in residential districts, the Courier-Leader reported.

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RV turns into mobile law office

(Nov. 15, 2010) -- General Motors Corporation dontated a custom designed recreational vehicle to the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law's (UDM Law) Project SALUTE, Battle Creek Enquirer Reported.

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