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Podcast 148 features Workamper News

(Aug. 17, 2017) -- Workamper News now represents more than 7,000 employers and sends daily newsletters to 28,000 people living the RV lifestyle by working short-term gigs for those employers. Working in conjunction with the National RV Training Academy, Workamper News has developed a new workstudy program that allows workampers to bank hours and apply the value accrued to tech training. Steve Anderson explains how that program works and how it will benefit workampers as well as the campgrounds and RV dealers that employ them. He also describes the upcoming Workamper Rendezvous event planned for Oct. 16 to 20 in Heber Springs, Ark. Read More »

Couple alleges RV has defects, seeks rescission of contract

(May 29, 2017) -- John A. LeBlanc and Sue LeBlanc filed a complaint on May 17 in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana against Vanleigh RV Inc.; Dixie Motors, doing business as Dixie RV SuperStores; and AmTrust Insurance Co. of Kansas Inc. alleging that they violated the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act. Read More »

CanaDream provides more than an RV, it offers an experience

(Sept. 16, 2016) — CanaDream offers their guests more than an RV to drive when they come to Canada. They offer the opportunity to experience Canada at their own pace from start to finish. CanaDream spends a great deal of time designing guests’ motorhomes from a practical point of view. Read More »

Think of RV groups for year-end giving

(Dec. 18, 2015) -- As people and businesses owners seek charities to support, RV Daily Report offers this list of RV-related organizations that are established IRS-recognized charitable organizations, which mean cash donations to the groups are fully tax deductible. Read More »

CA: See the Sugarloaf Ridge State Parks waterfall

(Dec. 16, 2016) -- This weekend may provide an ideal seasonal opportunity to see the waterfalls of Sugarloaf Ridge in full flush, on morning hikes along the creekside trails of Sonoma Creek. Rain that fell Thursday, heavy at times, heralded a clearing trend between “Pineapple Express” atmospheric river episodes that should make for a nice weekend. Read More »

Missouri adding three new state parks

(Dec. 16, 2016) -- Missouri is getting three new places for the public to enjoy the outdoors. And Missouri Governor Jay Nixon says they’ll have some of the state’s most distinctive natural landscapes and features. Read More »

Bigger isn’t always better

(Dec. 16, 2016) -- Bigger isn’t always better for many homeowners. The proof: the ever-growing popularity of so-called tiny houses, where full-size people live in small-scale homes of 80 to 400 square feet. Read More »

Ocean Lakes Family Campground hosts Polar Plunge

(Dec. 16, 2016) — On New Year's Eve 2016, Ocean Lakes Family Campground will be diving into its 16th year of hosting the Polar Bear Plunge. This annual tradition will take place on Dec. 31, at 3 p.m., beginning at the Oceanfront Observation Deck. The adventure is open to all guests staying at the campground. Read More »

MI: The rise of the glamping industry

(Dec. 16, 2016) -- Remember when camping meant pitching a tent in the middle of the woods and roasting hot dogs over a fire started by rubbing two sticks together? With nothing but a backpack and a pair of hiking boots, campers enjoyed the challenge of “roughing it.” Camping wasn’t comfortable and it certainly wasn’t glamourous. Read More »

MT: BLM offers reward for information about theft

(Dec. 16, 2016) -- The Bureau of Land Management is offering a reward of up to $500 for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person or people involved in the theft of government equipment from the Divide Campground along the Big Hole River south of Butte. Read More »

Will this van make tiny home living truly mobile?

(Dec. 16, 2016) -- "I never thought in a million years that these words would fall from my lips: I could live in a van (at least while I am traveling). However, after recently stumbling across a luxury van that most people can actually afford—outfitted with flat screen televisions, full kitchens, a full queen-sized bed, a dry bathroom (that means it has a standalone shower), and high-end woodwork and finishes—I’m happily eating my words," Meggen Taylor from Forbes wrote. Read More »