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Fans arrive for Super Bowl 2013 at the French Quarter RV Resort
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Who is RVing?
In an RV, you sleep in your own bed, you cook your own food and, if you're lucky, catch it. - Michelle RV owner
With life getting more and more hectic, and quality time with our families becoming more the exception than the rule, it's no wonder that more and more people are discovering the great benefits of RVing.
Record numbers are taking advantage of the freedom, comfort, affordability and convenience that RV ownership provides. According to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association, (RVIA), nearly one in twelve U.S. vehicle-owning households now owns an RV, an impressive 42 percent increase over the past twenty-one years.
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WASHINGTON, -– The U.S. Forest Service joins other federal agencies in offering fee-free days on public lands in 2013, beginning Jan. 21 in conjunction with Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
That day marks the first of four fee-free days the Forest Service is offering the public in 2013.
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OK you are Road Warriors but these guys put the pedal to the metal. There is nothing more American then tailgating at a NASCAR race.
NASCAR tailgating TIPS
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Did You Know…it's estimated that 75 percent of RVers travel with their pets?
Hitting the road with your pet in your RV is much like taking him along in your car. Sure, there is much more room and you have all the conveniences of your home on wheels, but it doesn't mean your pet should have free reign of all that space.
Safety should be your primary concern for your entire family, including your pet. An unrestrained 25-pound dog can become a 1,000-pound mass (half a ton) flying uncontrollably around the vehicle if you were to have an accident going only 40 miles per hour (25 lbs. x 40 mph). This kind of projectile could seriously injure or even be fatal to you or your passengers.
Enjoy your Travels safely with your pets.
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There is an old saying,"God created the Grand Canyon, but he lives in Sedona."
Be daring and try something new. Be true to yourself and stick to favorite comfort foods. RV travelers bring along everything they need, including the kitchen sink...and stove, and microwave, and refrigerator. And with cabinets aplenty, favorite spices/dry staples can be left packed in the RV between trips, and the family chef’s go-to tools and pans can easily make the trip as well.
Food for the road