January 2013

Luxury Living at Circle RV Resort in San Diego

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Luxury Living at Circle RV Resort in San Diego

With miles of beaches, world-class tourism attractions and a sophisticated downtown district, San Diego ranks among California’s top tourism gems. At Circle RV Park in nearby El Cajon, guests have access to everything San Diego offers while being pampered in a luxurious RV park. As you pull in, the first indication of Circle RV Park’s [...]

Where The Snowbirds Fly

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Where The Snowbirds Fly

by David & Ritsuko Robinson Every autumn, instinct drives millions of birds south to wait out the winter. Think Mother Nature has the right idea? Something more than instinct drives a different bird south to escape the cold—“snowbirds”, who pull up stakes and flee the snow, sleet, rain and cold up north to winter in [...]

Houston’s Westlake RV Resort: A Fun Getaway in the Big City

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Houston’s Westlake RV Resort: A Fun Getaway in the Big City

Westlake RV Resort is the best of both worlds: a peaceful, luxurious RV resort located within a major metropolitan area. Indeed, the Houston, Texas, the resort shuts out the outside world while also putting guests within close proximity to great shopping, dining and other big city attractions. The one-year-old resort is built around a four-acre [...]

Ask The RV Doctor – Decal Decay

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Ask The RV Doctor – Decal Decay

Q. Dear Gary, I own a 2004 Flagstaff fifth-wheel which, as far I know, has always been outside with no protective covering. The decals on all sides have started to curl up during the last couple of years. Is there any way to restore (re-glue) or replace the decals? I have had some people tell me [...]

Eating Healthy through the Winter

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Eating Healthy through the Winter

Eating a wide variety of fruits and vegetables helps provide essential nutrients and maintain a healthy weight Unless you enjoy year-round tropical sunshine, during the winter your stored serotonin, the brain’s “feel good” chemical, may decline. You may crave carbohydrates as comfort food and exercise less. Though cold, gloomy weather alone doesn’t increase calorie need, [...]

Ask the RV Doctor – Propane vs. Electric

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Ask the RV Doctor – Propane vs. Electric

Q. Dear RV Doc, I have a Jayco trailer that has a dual electric/propane water heater. The propane heats the water faster, but the electric is at no cost to us when using the power that our State Park provides. We don’t need hot water right away, so we have been using the electric mode [...]

No-Fuss Sanitation

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No-Fuss Sanitation

Knowing how your RV’s sanitation system operates, and keeping it clean, are critical to keeping you on the road. by Tim Conway If you want to stay on the road, your rig’s sanitation system must be up to snuff. You don’t want your trip cut short because a holding tank became clogged or frozen. While your RV’s waste [...]

Bienvenido a Mexico “Welcome to Mexico”

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Bienvenido a Mexico “Welcome to Mexico”

Experience the Wonders of Mexico by Lee Barnathan Adventures South of the Border The United States offers countless RV vacation options. But what if we want something culturally different, something romantic and alluring? Adventurous sorts might hop the border and check out the numerous Canadian sights, sounds and tastes. The even more adventurous go south, [...]

Care for Your RV’s Roof

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Care for Your RV’s Roof

Keep tabs on your RV’s roof to prolong its life RV rubber roofs get punished by the elements on a regular basis. From the sun’s brutal UV rays to the freezing temperatures of winter, Mother Nature has no shortage of weapons to hurl at your prized vehicle. Don’t take it lying down. Instead of resigning [...]

Vineyard Visits

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Vineyard Visits

Exploring Wine Country in Your RV  Wine. It’s been called the nectar of the Gods and nothing on earth—short of love—has spawned more poems, song lyrics, scripture mentions and panicky moments among restaurant diners. As far back as recorded history, man has used wine to both survive and to celebrate life. During the Renaissance and during [...]

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