Monthly Archives: June 2012

Tips for RVing with Dogs

One of the advantages of traveling in an RV is that you don’t have to leave your cherished dog at home. However, the privilege of having your canine companion with you can present some challenges at times. Susan Rigby, an … Continue reading

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Jellystone Camp Manager Initiates Camp Activities for Tweens and Teens

Lynne Maloy, a Delaware Jellystone manager is addressing the challenge of getting tween and teen campers to disconnect from the internet and become involved in outdoor activates. In this endeavor, Maloy has hired childhood education specialists to develop programs and … Continue reading

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Ideas for Entertaining Kids on a Camping Trip

Now that the summer season is in full swing, parents may wonder how to keep their kids entertained on a family camping vacation. Since electronics have such a tenacious hold on children today, interesting them in the great outdoors may … Continue reading

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RVers Adapt to Fluctuating Gas Prices

RV travel devotees enjoy their trips too much to allow fluctuating gas prices to keep them at home this summer. If gas costs go up or down, they simply modify their plans. In a recent survey, 60 percent of the … Continue reading

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