Interstates are good if you like getting somewhere fast or if you enjoy the sport in which 18-wheeler trucks try to pin you between them so you can choke on their fumes and, in the case of an accident, become immortalized by ending your life as a human sandwich.The late CBS-TV “on the road” correspondent Charles Kuralt once said of our Interstates — and he has been quoted countless times since — that “Thanks to the Interstate Highway System, it is now possible to travel across the country from coast to coast without seeing anything.” I, for one, miss Charles.Learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more.
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When heating your food you don’t want to spend 10 minutes later cleaning the splatters inside the microwave.
Here’s the solution — and perfect for RVers: it pops down flat for easy storage.
I once hot-wired a Magic Fingers machine in North Carolina, back when I was so poor that saving a quarter was important because it would buy a gallon of gas.
But I warn you: Never, ever spend more than 15 minutes on a Magic Fingers vibrating bed unless you’re into motion sickness.
This rubber seal lubricant from Thetford prevents fading, cracking and deterioration.
It cleans, conditions and shines, keeping seals flexible and protected from sunlight destruction. It’s a mineral oil product and also acts as a lubricant. Dear Roger, I have kind of a critical need for your expertise.
I’ve been a “hard-topper” since 1970, and have always made every attempt to take good care of my travel trailers.
My latest, and last, is a 2013 Flagstaff with, of course, dual axles. But each year since, I have been stricken with a number of surgeries for different reasons.
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