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Louisiana city retrofits RV into mobile command post

(March 1, 2010) -- The $250,000 Winnebago features about a dozen flat-screen television monitors and other innovative items like a smart board, an interactive display and an “Incinolet,” or an electric toilet that incinerates waste thereby negating the need for waste tanks, the Advocate reported.

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For one RVing family, NASCAR is made for tailgating

(March 1, 2010) -- According to the Las Vegas Sun, Schlientz put his carpentry skills to use three years ago by building a wooden deck complete with rails, cup holders and a place for a small TV that can be erected on top of the motorhome. It can hold up to 24 people

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Green chef hits the road in search of “sustainable food”

(March 1, 2010) -- The show, tentatively titled RST RV, will center around Pagana as he hits the open road in search of food that's "renewable, sustainable, and traceable." According to New Times, Pagano will drive a 45-foot, fully green RV that runs on biodiesel out into the countryside, where he will document people making food "the old-fashioned way."

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Judge extends eviction date for residents of Florida RV park

(March 1, 2010) -- Following a hearing Thursday, Circuit Judge Luis Garcia ruled permanent residents of the Key Largo Ocean Resort can stay another 90 days and begin removing non-compliant structures. If "significant improvements" to the property aren't made, Garcia said he would order the park closed.

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Happy campers and campgrounds help local hospitals

(March 1, 2010) -- Philadelphia native Tricia Liberati has volunteered to raise money for Cape Regional Medical Center in Cape May Court House while spending summers at Beachcomber Camping Resort. Beachcomber's fundraising program raised $27,000 last season. Many campgrounds in the region run similar programs and contribute to various community groups.

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Growing number of RVers take up winter camping

(Feb. 26, 2010) -- "There's also a different camaraderie with the winter campers. They're a very tight-knit group," Galvin told the Sun Chronicle. "They come weekend after weekend and form a special bond. They cook breakfasts together, dinners together. In the summer, we have a more transient population."

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Atlantic City show to celebrate 100 years of RVing

(Feb. 26, 2010) -- In 1910, the very first car campers and camping trailers rolled out of America's factories, giving birth to a uniquely American pastime, RVing. These humble campers are a far cry from the sophisticated modern day RVs that will be on display at the 15th annual Atlantic City RV & Camping Show, March 5-7.

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Northeast Outdoor Show set for March 19-21 in Albany, N.Y.

(Feb. 26, 2010) -- More than 100 exhibits will feature the latest products and services for the outdoors, all leading up to the annual kick-off to the spring and summer recreation season. Show visitors will have the chance to enter to win an outdoors-lover's dream: the Ultimate Camping Package highlighted by a two-night, three-day RV rental from Alpin Haus.

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B.J. Thomas, Gary Puckett rock Arizona RV park

(Feb. 26, 2010) -- Famous 1960s rockers Gary Puckett and B.J. Thomas headlined two sold out shows earlier this month at the over-55 Valle del Oro RV Park, the Chicago Sun Times reported. The resort's 1,345-seat concert hall is giving notice that there is an emerging motorhome music circuit.

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RV owners say city-owned RV storage lot is unsecure

(Feb. 26, 2010) -- The city never notified the owners, the Contra Costa Times reported. Some vehicle owners likely are still unaware of the break-ins, said Campbell, noting that several RV doors on the premises had been duct-taped to prevent rain damage and that some have broken windows.

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RV bursts into flames during test drive in Texas

(Feb. 26, 2010) -- "I've seen fires all my life, and that's the fastest I've ever seen something go up," says John Dillon, one of the men who escaped the blaze. "By the time I made it to the end of this driveway, the thing was completely enveloped in black smoke. It took less than five minutes for the thing to do down."

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Body found in Utah campground

(Feb. 26, 2010) -- Sgt. Spencer Cannon says a few people found the body in the Jolley’s Ranch Campground, just off the main hiking trail. Cannon said,” Her death is definitely suspicious we’re sure it was not an accident.”

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