Day: June 26, 2017

(June 26, 2017) — This week’s guest is Melissa Dafnis, founder of Your RV Dream. She has turned her passion for RV travel into a business to help people learn about the lifestyle as well as to help them find the right RVs and equipment to better enjoy their RV experiences.

Several weeks ago she hosted the RV Dream Summit in which she featured interviews with 20 prominent RVing experts who described how to achieve the RV life they’ve always dreamed about. Dafnis talks about the audio interviews she completed, but also describes her consulting services that she offers to RV owners and those exploring the RV lifestyle. She has made the entire interview set available free for a limited time to listeners to this podcast.

(June 26, 2017) — Alaska Fish and Game officials are reminding Copper River dipnetters to be aware that there are brown bears in the area around the O’Brien Creek Campground.

(June 26, 2017) — Deschutes National Forest officials told Rep. Greg Walden during his visit to Cultus Lake on Saturday that the site’s popular campground will be open after hundreds of dead or dying trees are removed in the next few weeks.

(June 26, 2017) — Gulf Islands National Seashore officials reopened the Santa Rosa and Fort Pickens areas in Florida on Saturday evening following Tropical Storm Cindy closures.

(June 26, 2017) — While Chris Pierce may have had the vision and the know-how — he is a contractor and built the entire campground — Pierce says his vision is “all about the kids.”

(June 26, 2017) — Here are seven California camping spots worth the work — and one that’s entirely effortless.

(June 26, 2017) — The word “charger” kept flashing in my mind like a red emergency light. The campsite had no electrical hook-up so I didn’t need it, I kept telling myself.

(June 26, 2017) — His 1972 Volkswagen Westfalia camper van served as a sort of opening exhibit for a weekend vintage camper rally at Lincoln Trail State Park. Sporting the popular “pop top” package, the distinctive vehicle is mostly original, complete with a water tank, hand pump and an ice box.

(June 26, 2017) — Tesla is touring Michigan with an Airstream trailer towed by the new Model X crossover — a way to showcase its vehicles where they are unable to be sold.

(June 26, 2017) — Family and friends of Kathy Cochran are mourning her passing today. The vice president at Cody Talbert Distribution passed away June 23 following a two-and-a-half-year battle with cancer.

(June 26, 2017) — What is not simple is parking this rig. It is 19 feet long from the chromed rear bumper to the front of the living room, plus another three of trailer hitch, plus another 19 feet of Toyota Tundra up ahead.

(June 26, 2017) — SEMA Industry Awards are presented for Manufacturer of the Year, Person of the Year, Rep Agency of the Year, Warehouse Distributor of the Year, and Gen-III Innovator of the Year, the association explained.

(June 26, 2017) — “We’ve been shut down now for six weeks and we are waiting on the company ownership to either provide more money or not, at this point,” said Dodgen, who noted there was a two- to three-month backlog on orders when the plant was closed.

(June 26, 2017) — ORIR calls upon the Trump Administration and Congress to support and protect outdoor recreation on federal lands and waters with a sound and innovative budget for the federal land agencies that are charged with protecting and providing access to America’s Great Outdoors

(June 26, 2017) — The suction mount uses the same patented FlagPole Buddy system, with the addition of two massive 6-inch suction cups. Each cup has it’s own vacuum pump, for super easy installation, the company noted.

(June 26, 2017) — The Wally Byam Caravan Club International, the Airstream RV Owner’s Association is preparing for the 60th Annual International Convention/Rally being held this year in Escanaba July 22-29 at the Upper Peninsula State Fairgrounds.

(June 26, 2017) — Here’s a peek at some of the Golden State’s most fabulous glamping destinations, from Santa Barbara’s El Capitan Canyon to the Russian River’s Airstream-centric AutoCamp.

(June 26, 2017) — When we imagined our camping weekend in Guerneville, the west Sonoma County river town of 4,500, my husband and I imagined hiking through Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve, taking a dip at Johnson’s Beach and making the obligatory stop at Korbel Champagne Cellars.

(June 26, 2017) — As you’re going down the road with your camper you notice a strange-looking rig rolling down the road next to you. After a double take, there’s a deep nagging question burning inside you…what is that thing?!

(June 26, 2017) — With summer here, people are flocking to the outdoors, including the trails, campsites and reservoirs of the Colorado State Parks system. Last year, the parks hit a record number of visitors – 13.5 million. But Colorado is struggling to keep up with the demand.

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