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Canadians enjoy winter RVing in Edmonton

(Feb. 11, 2010) -- The Walkers told the Journal they have no shortage of things to do. In addition to long walks, reading, writing, shopping and playing games, the couple also enjoys unique British heritage experiences including Afternoon Tea, traditional fish 'n chips and sipping pints in the pubs.

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Great adventures in RV camping, Freightliner style

(Feb. 11, 2010) -- Camp Freightliner is an opportunity for RV owners to spend two intensive, fun-filled days learning some of the ins and outs of what makes their vehicles tick. Campers will hear from Freightliner experts who will lead workshops covering RV ownership from A to Z.

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Man found buried in snow at Pennsylvania campground

(Feb. 11, 2010) -- Barry Astor Carns was found buried in the snow around 3:40 p.m. by his landlord, who was plowing snow, the Indiana Gazette reported. Carns' body was discovered after the landlord noticed a piece of clothing sticking out of a mound of newly plowed snow.

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Launch of online RV maintenance program declared a “huge success”

(Feb. 10, 2010) -- During the 10-month program, members will be learning RV maintenance via online webinars that have been recorded and placed in a library for each member to access at his own pace. Cooper will be providing his "Ask the Professor" Internet show as a way to provide one-on-one interaction to provide more in-depth learning.

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Campers pose threat to Yosemite’s bear population

(Feb. 10, 2010) -- According to the Union Democraft, Yosemite’s Interdivisional Bear Team conducted 210 night patrols in 2009, inspecting 38,573 vehicles and 4,607 campsites. They mitigated 7,862 food storage violations, wrote 1,954 food storage warnings, gave 1,065 verbal warnings, and impounded food 54 times

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Britians see surge in retro-caravanning

(Feb. 10, 2010) -- A byproduct of classic car enthusiasts and creative designers, the renovated vintage trailers are popping up everywhere in the United Kingdom. The Telegraph said some trailers are even being used as home offices and guest rooms.

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RVs used as “security shacks” may violate Oregon city’s zoning

(Feb. 10, 2010) -- K.E. Chickering said his gold and silver brokerage business was targeted in an attempted burglary, but he experienced no similar problems after he installed a fifth-wheel trailer behind his property and hired a watchman to walk around the property at night and to live full-time in the trailer, the Umpqua Post reported.

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Australian RV club bestows honor on “RV friendly” city

(Feb. 9, 2010) -- The award's goal is to promote the partnership between mobile travellers and small towns, the Cowra Community News reported. CMCA hopes to encourage the expansion of tourism-related infrastructure and services, and also boost the economy of those towns providing RV tourist-specific amenities.

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40 RVs expected for rally at Lake Havasu

(Feb. 9, 2010) -- The rally is set to take place at the Havasu RV Resort, although the rally will move to SARA Park for the 21st annual Western Winter Blast hosted by the Western Pyrotechnics Association Saturday.

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