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RV Trip Journal July of 2020 Features: rvsue and her canine crew
"I'm a single woman in my sixties exploring the western U.S., living full-time in a 17-foot Casita Liberty Deluxe with my canine crew. I'm originally from northern New York and formerly from Florida. I sold my home in Athens, Georgia, where I was a teacher, and two days later headed west to pick up my travel trailer, subsequently dubbed the Best Little Trailer (BLT), and to begin a new lifestyle as a vagabond. The BLT is what I consider the Best Little Trailer, a 2011 17-foot Casita Liberty Deluxe which was the full-time home for me and my crew from August 2011 to May 2018. The PTV is the Perfect Tow Vehicle. It's a 2005 Chevy Express Van with a V-8, 5.3 liter engine and equipped with a 200-watt solar panel on the roof and two AGM batteries inside. A blogorino is a reader who opens up the comment section of this blog and writes a message. Blogorinos are kind and friendly and fun to know. We pick up our story of camping next to friends, Del and his canine crew, at Midland. Reggie, Roger and I are no longer full-time RVers; this camping trip is our first since moving into our regular home in southeastern Arizona two years ago." For more rv Blogs visit our RV Travelogues section.
      There are many reasons why renting a motorhome instead of rv rental reasonspurchasing may be a good solution. For the individual who has limited vacation time, a short term vacation on wheels without the long term costs associated with rv ownership may be the best option. The outright costs associated with buying an rv from a dealer include; licensing fees, insurance, storage and ongoing maintenance. Couple these costs with a relatively quick depreciation rate and the motorhome rental option begins to look better by the moment.

   Another reason to rent an rv is for first time buyers. Try before you buy. You may not always be able to rent the exact model rv you wish to purchase but you will be able to find out the things you must have and those you can live without. One can also get an overall sense of their comfort level driving, parking and living in an rv for a time.
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        Choosing an insurance company for your rv may seem like a difficult and confusing task but done correctly it will save you money and many headaches. Insurance coverage for RV's vary greatly in terms of items covered and in cost, so both aspects must be taken into consideration. What and how much is covered is a basic question, a good starting point is to look for companies which offer total loss replacement, purchase price guarantee, custom equipment coverage, awning replacement coverage, diminishing deductibles, full-timers liability coverage, vacation liability, emergency expense coverage and personal effects (contents) coverage.

     You can save hundreds of dollars a year on motorhomes by requesting and comparing quotes from many companies. With most of the companies now offering online quotes, you may now compare many rv insurance companies with just a few clicks and a bit of time. Once you have all the quotes in front of you just compare coverage's based on your needs and budget. If you have any questions make sure to contact the provider to clarify them for you and always get it in writing. Our RV Insurance page lists many companies to begin your search.
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Virginia RV Rental Site Added to Directory
Posted on Wednesday July 01, 2020

Scenic View RV of Williamsburg, VA. We will provide you with a clean, late model motor home or travel trailer rental that will allow you to arrive at your destination in comfort. After renting with us, if you would like to invest in a camper of your own, we will be happy to deduct a portion of your rental rate from the lowest sale price of any RV on our lot. Whatever your destination, call today and we'll help you get on the road to adventure in the RV rental that is perfect for you.

Illinois Campground Added to RV Resources
Posted on Wednesday July 01, 2020

Williams Hill Pass OHV Park and Campground of Harrisburg, IL. Located in the Shawnee National Forest in Southern Illinois. We have primitive campsites, electric campsites, and cabins to rent. We can accommodate almost all sizes of RV's and parties. Please visit our website for more information. Williams Hill Pass is located in a heavily traveled tourist route in the heart of Southeastern Illinois. While you are here, plan to do a little sight seeing or hiking in the Shawnee National Forest. Visit Garden of the Gods, Stone Face, the Iron Furnace, Rim Rock Trail. Glen-O Jones Lake, Pounds Hollow, Cave-In-Rock, Bell Smith Springs, Burden Falls, Lake Glendale and One Horse Gap Lake... all within minutes of your recreational vehicle.

Idaho RV Park Added to Campground Section
Posted on Monday June 01, 2020

Anderson Camp of Eden, ID. Our 100 plus site campground for RVers, tenters and cabin campers is located on the Snake River plateau in south central Idaho, just several hundred yards from the 300-foot canyon through which the Snake River flows. Despite the high desert setting, the mild four-season climate allows all sites to have grass and trees in a park-like setting surrounded by irrigated farmland. Over 300 sunny days per year plus a central location in the Northwest transportation corridors make us a great place to stay in your motor home or towable trailer for a night a week or a month.

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