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There are 2369 news items available that were published prior to October 2016. Showing 2251 through 2260:

RVing: 'Education disguised as entertainment' [View]
Source: Rapid City Journal, SD
Published: Monday, July 14, 2008.
Summary: "It's not only fun; it's also a fascinating education," Herzog said. "You can't help but learn about history, geography and geology when on the road. That's why I love taking my kids: It's education disguised as entertainment."

The price of gas isn't slowing down the RV industry or those who love it [View]
Source: Albuquerque Journal
Published: Sunday, July 13, 2008.
Summary: If you think the price of gasoline at $4 a gallon or more is the death knell for the recreational vehicle industry, you'd be dead wrong.

RV family visits Casper [View]
Source: Casper Star-Tribune, Wyoming
Published: Saturday, July 12, 2008.
Summary: Twelve years ago, Brad Herzog asked his wife if she wanted to buy an RV and go roadtripping. Three-hundred fourteen days and 48 states later, they stepped out of the RV.

Surprisingly cheapest type of vacation: RVs [View]
Source: travelmole.com
Published: Thursday, July 10, 2008.
Summary: Even factoring in RV ownership and fuel costs, the study reveals that RV family vacations tend to be significantly less expensive than other types of vacations.

RVers find easy escape to Texas parks [View]
Source: The Dallas Morning News
Published: Monday, June 30, 2008.
Summary: We've discovered that RVing is fun, easy and cheap...

The Dallas Morning News Ray Sasser column As fuel costs rise, campers refuse to fold their tents [View]
Source: The Dallas Morning News
Published: Thursday, June 26, 2008.
Summary: Whether they choose campgrounds close to home, spend more time per outing and make fewer trips, or decide on a more creative option, outdoors families are not allowing fuel costs to keep them home.

RV maker Country Coach unveils unique balcony feature [View]
Source: The Register-Guard
Published: Wednesday, June 25, 2008.
Summary: Country Coach Corp. officials on Friday unveiled the company's new Veranda line of coaches that offer a ground-breaking feature,a balcony on the side of the RV.

Cozy campouts are close at hand Faced with soaring gas prices, many more people are getting their taste of the wilderness in metro area parks. [View]
Source: Pioneer Press
Published: Wednesday, June 25, 2008.
Summary: Regional parks officials are seeing an increase in use of metro area campgrounds and are attributing the hike in large part to rising fuel costs.

PRICEY GAS HASN'T PUT UP A ROADBLOCK FOR TOURING RV FAMILY [View]
Source: East Valley Tribune
Published: Tuesday, June 24, 2008.
Summary: The Herzogs, the family dubbed the national "Explore America" family by the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association, isn't letting fuel prices keep them from their annual summer RVing vacation. While on the road they are also charged with promoting RV travel on behalf of RVIA and GoRVing.com, in an online blog to increase RV interest and sales.

Group tries to get more blacks into the woods [View]
Source: CNN
Published: Monday, June 23, 2008.
Summary: The National African-American RVers Association is trying to build minority participation in camping. States including Washington and California have launched programs to get minorities interested in outdoor recreation including camping, and so has the National Park Service. Walk around a campground filled with black people and it's a lot like being in a campground filled with whites.

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