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Read All About It: The latest issue of the Good Sam Club magazine is available now online

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October 28, 2010 by · 13 Comments 

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Bonjour, Quebec: Say Hello to Eastern Canada.What’s Inside The November-December issue of Highways is packed with news you can use. Join us on an epic road trip to Québec for a vacation with a French twist. Read the winning essay in our RV Centennial contest. Need help choosing the right size RV? This is the place. And find out all about Good Sam’s holiday RV excursion to Branson, Missouri. What else can you look forward to in the November-December issue of Highways?

Good News: Member perks

On the Road: Tire-survey results RV Insight: The spin on RV washers

Tech Topics: Expert RV advice Action Line: Consumer advocacy

Good Stuff: Member-tested gear

Club Events: Good Sam gatherings

Where’s Good Sam? Win $50!

Click on www.goodsamclub.com/highways/digitaledition to read this double-month issue. You can also access our archived editions on the website. Once you launch the online Highways, navigating is easy. Click on any story listed on the cover or contents page to go straight there. Click on your keyboard’s forward and back arrows to flip the pages. Click on the button at the bottom of each page to return to the table of contents. To visit a referenced website in your browser or correspond by e-mail, just click on that link. Whether you want to save trees or you simply prefer reading Highways on a screen—or both—digital issues are a great way to catch up with the Good Sam Club.

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13 Responses to “Read All About It: The latest issue of the Good Sam Club magazine is available now online”
  1. In the February book on page 54 Where’s Good Sam, they asked if we could identify the location. I’m guessing it’s West Beach Vista on Whidbey Island in the State of Washington

  2. Burt,
    Thanks for the guess. Unfortunately, that’s not the answer. But if you’d like to try again, go ahead and send an e-mail to whereisgoodsam@goodsamclub.com
    Thanks,

    John Sullaway
    Editor
    Highways magazine
    highways@goodsamclub.com

  3. eugene booth says:

    I am thinking that the photo on page 62 of the may2011 highway was taken in the red rock canyon out side of las vegas nev.

  4. Joyce Knight says:

    Good Sams Photo Contest, page 107
    Where’s Good Sam
    The location is at White Sands National Monument about 15 miles from Alomogorda New Mexico
    the RV appears to be going in the park

  5. Bill Martin says:

    You are in White Sands National Monument New Mexico.

  6. Sallye Teel says:

    The picture looks like White Sands National Park in New Mexico. I was there last week.

  7. The picture in the late fall issue of Highways photo contest was taken of Red Canyon a Few mile south-east of Lander Wy. It is at the northern end of South Pass. It is winter range for wildlife and is owned by the Wyoming Game & Fish Dept.

  8. Rose Ivey says:

    Photo on page 87 in Fall Edition is Red Canyon located between Lander & South Pass, WY.

  9. Photo on page 87 is on hiway 28 South of Lander, Wyoming.

  10. Susan Smith says:

    This is Red Canyon at South Pass Wyoming, near Lander.

  11. Good Sam says:

    Thanks everyone for your great guesses in the “Where’s Good Sam?” contest in the Late Fall Highways magazine. In order to be entered to win the contest, however, you will need to email your guesses to whereisgoodsam@goodsamclub.com and be sure to include your contact information. Good luck!

  12. BETTY DRAPER says:

    WE WOULD LIKE TO PUT AN AD IN HIGHWAYS TO SELL OUR COLORADO RIVER ADVENTURES
    MEMBERSHIP. CAN YOU TELL US HOW TO GO ABOUT THIS. THANKS

  13. James "ron" Snow says:

    I would like to sincerely thank Rod Marsh of “Les Schwab” tire centre in “Elma Washington” for the help beyond the call of duty when my wife and I set out from Chilliwack B.C. and developed a front self lubricating wheel hub problem which Rod discovered right away and fixed the problem with a spare part that he found somewhere in the shop. Our trip continued down the Oregon Coast HWY101 and a very spectacular adventure. Thankyou again Rod Marsh of Les Schwab in Elma Washington, you certainly know your business.

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