Woman charged after reckless RV chase

By |2021-06-20T05:00:39-05:00June 20th, 2021|Boating Activities|

Two women were arrested and one was arraigned in Montcalm County District Court Monday after they led police on a chase in this RV last Saturday, which was stopped just west of 17 Mile and US131. A 49-year-old woman was charged in Montcalm County District Court Monday after recklessly fleeing Michigan State Police in an RV Saturday. According Spl./Lt. Michelle Robinson, with the MSP, troopers from the MSP Lakeview Post responded to the area of M-91 and M-46 on a report of a tan Winnebago driving erratically about 1:34 p.m. […]

Planning a trip to the southern part of Lake Michigan, what can you guys tell me about your favorite places to stay?

By |2021-05-16T19:52:13-05:00May 16th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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My wife wants a trip to the beach in our Cherokee trailer. Indiana Dunes in about 8 hours from where we live, which is about 4 hours closer than any salt water beach. Am I crazy to think Lake Michigan is a good alternative to the busy gulf or east coast beaches? We would probably he going the first part of June, but our schedules are open. Thanks for any info or advice!

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6 Best Free Camping Spots In Missouri

By |2021-05-02T10:53:31-05:00May 2nd, 2021|Boating Activities|

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When people think of camping, especially free camping, Missouri might not be the first state that comes to mind. Missouri doesn’t disappoint, though. There are plenty of places to boondock and enjoy the great outdoors. Keep reading for some of our favorites. Let’s jump in! What Is There To See In Missouri? There are plenty of adventures to be found in Missouri. Some of the top tourist destinations include the Gateway Arch, Missouri Botanical Garden, National WWI Museum, Lake of the Ozarks, and anything in […]

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This is Shoulder Season for Camping, Take Note

By |2021-05-02T10:53:28-05:00May 2nd, 2021|Boating Activities|

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This is Shoulder Season for Camping, Take Note Welcome to one of the best seasons, shoulder season — that moment when minimal tourists occupy your favorite spot. Of course, you’re quite often the tourist, as well. But it doesn’t matter. You’ve been to that choice location often enough that you feel like a local. But how do you know when it’s shoulder season and does it differ according to location? Let’s take a look! What Is Shoulder Season? We’ve all heard of the four seasons: […]

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Northern Spartanburg County residents fighting approved RV park plan in Campobello

By |2021-04-25T22:52:28-05:00April 25th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Madelon Wallace of Campobello says she’s fought before and will fight again to preserve the scenic beauty of northern Spartanburg County, where she’s lived since 1971. Six years ago, Wallace and her neighbors helped defeat Duke Energy’s planned 45-mile transmission line from Campobello to Asheville, North Carolina. The line would have resulted in more than 200 towers averaging 142 feet high and a new substation in Campobello. Residents convinced Duke Energy to abandon the plan, arguing the line would have irreversibly damaged the abundant green […]

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News for RVers #997, Sunday edition

By |2021-04-25T07:52:35-05:00April 25th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Welcome to RVtravel.com, the most-read consumer website about RVing in North America with more than 143,000 registered subscribers. We support a free press and believe that it is essential to a democracy. At RVtravel.com, you will learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more. This newsletter, now in its 20th year of continuous publication, is increasingly made possible by the voluntary subscription contributions from our readers. Sunday, April 25, 2021 Non-Members (advertising supported) edition This week’s podcast (#4) Host Scott Linden is […]

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Floating tents, Harding presidential library, John Glenn centennial: What’s new in Ohio travel for 2021

By |2021-04-22T16:50:36-05:00April 22nd, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Float Troy features 10 four-person tents floating in the Great Miami River north of Dayton, available for overnight rentals. CLEVELAND, Ohio — Floating tents in Troy, a new presidential library in Marion, plus art, golf and Italian-food filled road trips – gas up your tank, it’s time to explore Ohio again. After a year without travel, the tourism industry in Ohio (and nearly everywhere else) is hoping that we’re in a vacationing mood this summer. And even though most sectors of the industry had their […]

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Joshua Tree Music Festival shifts to spring, pod-based concert series

By |2021-04-16T19:50:41-05:00April 16th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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The Joshua Tree Music Festival is drawing lines in the sand, literally. Capacity for the festival’s spring concert series will be just under 200 people in 8-foot-by-8-foot “pods” marked throughout the site, in accordance with California guidance for reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The “pods” will be shapes drawn in the sand, separated by 6 feet, and will accommodate up to four people, and masks are mandatory. The series kicks off on April 23-24 with two performances by Canadian-American singer-songwriter Steve Poltz. Other performers include […]

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Big art in Little City of Reno

By |2021-04-16T19:50:22-05:00April 16th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Public Art Murals abound in Midtown and Downtown Reno. (VisitRenoTahoe) Reno is not just for adult gaming and its close proximity to year-round outdoor adventures. “Art installations, sculptures and large-scale murals punctuate Reno’s urban landscape.” Big art in Little City Strolling through the streets of Midtown Reno, visitors see oversized art around almost every corner. It seems the Biggest Little City in the World oversees more than 185 pieces of big art. Reno’s public art collection includes “many different genres and styles, from representational to […]

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Joshua Tree Music Festival Series Announces Music is the Soul of Life

By |2021-04-15T10:55:38-05:00April 15th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Joshua Tree Music Festival announces Music is the Soul of Life, a series of pod-based, physically distant, limited capacity outdoor shows starting April 23 Lineup: Diggin Dirt – Friday May 21 & Saturday May 22 Con Brio – Friday May 28 & Saturday May 29 Las Cafeteras – Sunday May 30 Where: Joshua Tree Lake RV & Campground, Joshua Tree, California. Website: https://joshuatreemusicfestival.com/jtmf-presents-music-is-the-soul-of-life Tickets: https://aftontickets.com/jtmfconcertseries In the spirit of safely enjoying the medicinal magic of the live music experience, Joshua Tree Music Festival is thrilled […]

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Tips for Planning Your Summer 2021 Road Trip!

By |2021-03-26T16:52:46-05:00March 26th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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If you’re like most people, your 2020 travel plans didn’t exactly work out as expected. But with travel restrictions slowly lifting and more places opening up, a 2021 summer road trip is the perfect time to redo some of your 2020 vacation plans, especially when it comes to exploring the U.S. And the best ways to see the country is in an RV! RVs are still a safer, self-contained way to travel. Not only do they make it easy to keep social distancing requirements while […]

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Boondocking in Indiana

By |2021-03-26T16:52:44-05:00March 26th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Indiana is home to a wide variety of much-visited sites that include metropolitan cities, national forests, state parks, and a state border on the shores of Lake Michigan. Indiana Sand Dunes National Park is also in Indiana and is located on the southern shores of Lake Michigan. If you are looking for a free place to boondock in your RV, then you can find several options in any of the national forests and often in several of the state forests. This type of boondocking or […]

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RV Holding Tank Sensor Fail! Power Washing Black & Gray Tanks & Struvite Removal.

By |2021-02-14T10:06:31-06:00February 14th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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RV tank sensors are a straightforward way to know when to empty your tanks. However, many people don’t even realize they need to keep their sensors clean. Even if you do, you might not know how to do the job. Fortunately, it’s easier than you might think, and regular maintenance will keep your RV tank sensors working better for longer. You’ve probably never heard of “Struvite” which is a mineral that builds up in waste tanks. Once that accumulates in your RV holding tanks, it might be time for […]

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Professionals discover the Flathead as remote workplace

By |2021-02-14T04:06:44-06:00February 14th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Lech Naumovich, of Whitefish, works at one of the dedicated desks with his border collie Silene at Basecamp Coworking in Whitefish on Thursday, Feb. 11. (Casey Kreider/Daily Inter Lake) They’re easy to miss, hunkered down behind laptops in home offices, but remote workers are quietly setting up shop around the Flathead Valley. The COVID-19 pandemic spurred companies nationwide to adopt more flexible, socially distanced operations, so for many of their employees, the home is now the workplace. And for some of these remote workers, the Flathead has become home. […]

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Jean M. McQuilkin

By |2021-02-13T01:06:35-06:00February 13th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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GUILFORD LAKE — Jean M. McQuilkin, 78, of Guilford Lake, Ohio, passed away Friday, Feb. 5, 2021, in Saint Augustine, Fla., after a short bout with cancer. Jean was born in Columbiana County to Sara and James Sitler. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Kent State University and worked in the field of speech pathology, as an executive for health and family services, and as an adjunct professor at KSU-Salem. Jean was dedicated to the children and families she served. Jean’s adventurous spirit and varied interests led […]

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Rainy Day Vacation Fun for Families

By |2021-02-12T19:07:58-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Whether you’re at a lake, cabin or on an RV adventure, there’s bound to be a rainy day during your vacation. That doesn’t mean the fun needs to stop! It’s an opportunity to slow down, get creative, and maybe even go singing in the rain! Here’s a list of fun ways to keep kids entertained during rain until the sun comes back out and still make great vacation memories. Puddle Jumping As long as it’s warm enough out and you have high-quality rain gear, why not enjoy some good […]

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Fishing in the Pacific Northwest: Top Spots and Best Catches

By |2021-02-12T19:06:40-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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Anglers and outdoors enthusiasts all know that the Pacific Northwest is home to some of the best fishing, hunting, hiking and camping anywhere in the country. There are so many wide-open fishing opportunities in the Pacific Northwest, with a profusion of lakes, ponds, rivers, ocean currents and so much more. One of the reasons so many anglers have the Pacific Northwest on their bucket list is because of the versatility of fishing opportunities as well. Whether you’re into fly fishing, salmon fishing, bass, or channel cats; you’ll experience nothing […]

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Wander Women group gave up regular life to hike, bike, kayak

By |2021-02-12T10:06:50-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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LYNN EDMISTON, Kristy Burns and Annette Demel completed the Appalachian Trail in 2019. After saying goodbye to the old 9-to-5 in 2015, three former Colorado Springs residents didn’t sink back into the couch with a box of bonbons and their daytime stories and call it a day. Partners Kristy Burns and Annette Demel and their friend Lynn Edmiston sold everything they owned, including their homes, bought RVs and hit the road in search of adventure. “We decided to retire so we could go do these big hikes and live […]

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How to Spend a Day at Carlsbad Caverns National Park

By |2021-02-12T10:06:42-06:00February 12th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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How to Spend a Day in Carlsbad Caverns National Park From the outside, it looks like a big hole in the side of a limestone canyon. You may find it hard to believe what lies beyond at Carlsbad Caverns National Park. It’s one of the top attractions in southeastern New Mexico, so take a visit, and you’ll find out why. We’ll help you make the most of your trip to this unique area on the edge of the Guadalupe Mountains. Let’s explore the park. About Carlsbad Caverns National Park […]

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Galion couple’s 63 year marriage story goes all the way back to elementary school

By |2021-02-10T10:06:42-06:00February 10th, 2021|Boating Activities|

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GALION – Ray and Marty Weithman have been married for almost 63 years, but their love story goes all the way back to elementary school. Martha Mae Flannery was a first-grader at St. Joseph School in Galion and Raymond Anthony Weithman was in the second grade. They shared a classroom, a cafeteria and more. “I always thought he was a cute little fella. I was attracted to him early on,” said Marty. Now the couple, who are both 85, will celebrate another Valentine’s Day together. Side by side, reminiscing […]

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