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On the Road with Sue: Durango Silverton Railroad

The small town of Durango, located in the southwestern corner of Colorado, has much to offer RVers, outdoor adventurists, and tourists in general. Surrounded by the breathtaking San Juan Mountains, it’s easily accessible on good roads from the southwest, coming through the Four Corners area, from the south via Farmington, New Mexico, from areas of…

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On the Road with Sue: Mesa Verde National Park

For decades, driving south from Durango, Colorado, I’d seen the somewhat innocuous signpost for Mesa Verde National Park. I’d always intended to stop, but never did… until this trip. First impressions can be deceiving – for Mesa Verde (which means “Green Table” in Spanish), turns out to have much, much more to do and see…

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8 Tips for a More Luxurious RV Experience

Looking to spruce up your RV to add even more comfort and touches of home? Check out these ideas for a more luxurious RV experience out on the road. Use Real Dishes This may be a simple suggestion, but real dishes help make your RV feel like home. Using real dishes instead of paper plates…

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On the Road with Sue: A Visit to Oklahoma City

Editor’s note: A familiar name to many RVers, Sue Bray has worked in the RV industry for 35+ years. Over the summer, Sue, her husband Mel, and their boxer Harley took off to tour the country in their 31’ fifth wheel, with no exact plans except to have an adventure. She’ll be chronicling their trip…

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RV Fuel Choices and an In-Depth Examination of Ethanol

Most of us “gearheads” grew up with Regular Leaded and Premium gasoline. A product called tetraethyl lead (THL) was added to reduce engine knocks and in 1972 Unleaded gasoline was introduced. The following year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) demanded the immediate phase-out of THL and by early 1980s Regular Leaded Gasoline was gone. Unleaded…

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How to Winterize an RV Generator

Whether putting your RV to bed for a long winter’s nap, or just getting it ready for an extended siesta, it’s important to know how to winterize an RV generator for an extended period of rest. Step One: Fuel Recommendations The first step is to make sure your fuel tank is full before letting it…

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