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The RV Show USA looks at new RVs tonight

The RV Show USA looks at new RVs tonight

UNITED STATES —  The RV Show USA takes a look at how to beat fall’s bumper crop of biting bugs, travels to a new RV hideout on Six Sigma Ranch and then chats with RV Lifestyle Expert Margo Armstrong to get her thoughts on today’s new RVs, manufacturers and industry suppliers.

RVers have discovered a small yet over-the-top Winery and Vineyard in northern California called Six Sigma Ranch. Its owner is a full-time RVer who could likely live anywhere but prefers the comfort of his Airstream and connecting with people rather than acquiring things. We’ll learn about this Harvest Hosts location and how RVers can stay there for free.

Texas and other southern states have received an ample amount of rainfall over the past 30 days. With cooler fall time camping season upon us, the wetter weather has produced a more-than-bumper-crop of biting bugs. From swarms of annoying gnats to jumbo size mosquitos and a plethora of other biting, flying and crawling insects, what can be done to avoid being on the menu? We’ll discuss debugging options with Diana Leblanc-Link.

Full-time RVer, author, blogger and 30+ year RVing enthusiast, Margo Armstrong has some strong opinions and advice for those looking to purchase a new RV. Margo will be a special guest in Hour Two and promises to provide information that listeners can use to make better decisions when buying a new RV.

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About Ronnie Wendt

Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.

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