It often happens this way: Children go camping with family and friends, and the experience instills in them a love of nature hikes, cookouts, campfires, stargazing, and so much more. When those kids become adults, they want to continue camping, but amid more creature comforts. So, they consider buying a motorhome.
Mike and Jennifer Wendland identify some trends that have transformed their RV experience during the past five years.
A look at one motorhomer’s list of the most beloved parks in the United States, in celebration of the National Park Service centennial this month.
Hydraulic brakes perform well on relatively lightweight motorhomes, but heavy vehicles need more braking capacity. That’s why diesel-powered Type A motorhomes usually are equipped with air brakes. Read on to gain a better understanding of air brake systems.
Members of the Orange Blossom Special chapter gathered March 10-14, 2016, at Lazydays RV Resort in Seffner, Florida, for an event dubbed the Reunion Rally.
Reflective Vinyl Aids In Visibility
In the May issue’s “Rear View” column (page 120), Richard and Phyllis Cicchetti, F387705, commented about coach nighttime visibility problems. I have just finished refurbishing a 1991 classic Elite. I put reflective vinyl strips on its side to increase visibility.
Alaska is a popular place for motorhome enthusiasts and, once there, few are going to pass up the opportunity to view North America’s highest peak. At 20,310 feet, Denali is North America’s answer to famous mountains elsewhere.
It’s not just another long weekend getaway or Sunday drive! It’s a commitment that requires planning and preparation. But for the motorhome enthusiast who wants to explore a slice of American history and experience a memorable adventure, driving the Alaska Highway will not disappoint.