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Name That Film: What national parks are in your favorite films?

Remember the desert scenes in the original Star Wars movie? Those scenes with the sand people and Luke in his speeder were filmed in Death Valley National Park. How many other movies were filmed in national parks?

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What national parks are in your favorite movies?

Some of the most iconic, recognizable features of state and national parks have been preserved on film as natural wonders, plot devices, and new worlds. When your planning your next road trip you may want to keep these iconic destinations in mind.

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Alaska: America’s Switzerland

By Greg Gerber Editor, Let’s RV Everywhere you travel in Alaska, it seems you’re likely to encounter lush forests, breathtaking mountains, pure white glaciers punctuated by light blue ice, spectacular waterfalls and a menagerie of wildlife from soaring bald... read more


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Design your dream RV — and win cash

Design your dream RV — and win cash

Anyone who has ever lived in a recreation vehicle for any length of time has an idea on how something could be designed better. People who go to an RV show and look at some RV layouts often wonder what designers were thinking when they created the layouts. We’ve... read more
What is it like to live in an RV full time?

What is it like to live in an RV full time?

If nothing else, automobiles have an uncanny ability to stir wanderlust in their drivers and perhaps no other vehicle is more effective in that regard than the recreational vehicle, or RV. Whether for a memory-making haul with the family or a solo quest for something... read more
Visiting Florida’s Emerald Coast

Visiting Florida’s Emerald Coast

“The moment we first hit the sand it all came back; the familiar squeak between our toes from the ultra fine sand, the unbelievable pastel sunsets, and the insanely friendly people ,” wrote Jason and Nikki Wynn at Gone With the Wynn’s.

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A wonderful alternative to installed washer

A wonderful alternative to installed washer

Called the Panda small compact portable washing machine, it hooks up the the kitchen sink and washes a load of clothes in less than 20 minutes. It holds 10 pounds of laundry. Although it doesn’t dry the clothes completely, it does spin them very close to dry, one user reported.

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Essential RV lifestyle products

Essential RV lifestyle products

John and Kathy Huggins, at Living The RV Dream, have assembled a list of their all-time favorite RV products, which include items to improve showers, get a good night’s sleep, keep comfy in all kinds of weathers, and stay informed of severe weather wherever you might be camping.

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Connecting to the Internet on the road

Connecting to the Internet on the road

The people at RV Mobile Internet have done exhausting research on the various wireless data plans that are available, and have made recommendations as to what’s the best options for mobile Internet connectivity based on various circumstances.

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Is your slideout groaning?

Is your slideout groaning?

A slow or noisy slideout can be caused by a number of factors, including low 12 VDC power, lack of slide mechanism lubrication and maintenance, misadjusted slide or broken room or slide mechanism components. Here are a couple of quick things to check.

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Do you need to lubricate your hitch? YES!

Do you need to lubricate your hitch? YES!

We lubricate moving parts, like hinges, locks, window mechanisms, bearings and so on all the time. But I seldom see people lube their fifth wheel trailer hitches, and that’s just a high-load locking hinge, right?

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Keep your trailer lights working!

Keep your trailer lights working!

How often have you seen someone towing a trailer when the lights didn’t work? I’ve seen it a lot. It’s downright dangerous, and with a little maintenance, and checking them before each trip, you can keep your lights working A-OK and be safe!

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