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Tires

Tire safety is on the top of my list for newbies to the towable and drivable RV world. It also doesn’t hurt for seasoned travelers to give themselves a refresher and make sure that the good habits they started with have not fallen by the wayside as their confidence has grown. I was reminded of …

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Planning for 2020

Hello fellow campers, and those of you that want to try camping but have not done so yet! That is ok! I have only been camping twice in my life so far, yet I sell campers and I write about campers and camping. That is one of the many fun things about campers – they …

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Reasons to Buy

We are kicking off our fall clearance at Get Out and Go RV and I wanted to give you a solid list of reasons that you should buy a camper now – and save thousands of dollars in the process! It is fall. You are faced with some of the best camping weather of the …

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Kentucky Setup

This is not going to be much of an article. I just want everyone to see our setup at Elizabethtown, Kentucky. You will note the beautiful Ram truck; that is for sale at Ford of Hoopeston. If you like rumbly exhaust this is the truck for you! I cleaned the picnic bench and went with …

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Potluck!

We are on the move again! We checked into our campground: Elizabethtown Crossroads Campground in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. This is private campground, meaning people own it. It is not an Army Corp of Engineers campground like Lake Shelbyville in Illinois. The cost for our spot is $28 per night. Compare that to a hotel! It has a …

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Dump Stations

What happens when you have a site in a campground that does not offer full hook-ups? Maybe they just offer 30-amp or 50-amp service, but no water. That means water is not coming into the trailer. You must fill the clean water tank prior to parking. Most parks have a place to get water as …

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Another Montana Activity

I am very torn on this outdoor activity: horseback riding. And I love horses! This was a beautiful ride, but it was very steep in places, with a very narrow, very rutted path. My horse, Shooter, was very antisocial. He tried to bite every person and every horse he could get to, but not me. …

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What to Read on the Road

When I travel, I always take an armful of magazines and at least one or two books. I have very grand visions of spending all kinds of time reading and relaxing, and then I end up running around and exploring the place I find myself in and desperately on the way home trying to get …

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