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Category Archives: Yan Seiner

Quick Guide: Traveling Tech Theft Prevention

Here’s a subject that should also be of great interest to RVers, who, like me, seem more and more tethered to our electronics every day. I travel a lot, both…

Alternative GPS Systems for RVers

I usually use a Garmin GPS. I’ve been fairly happy with these, but there are times when you don’t have a standard GPS or just need to use an alternate. …

RV Restorations

One of the really, really awesome things about going to trade shows is finding the small, out of the way corner where the restoration people live. Some of these are…

The highs and the lows of the RV market

While at the  recent Pomona, CA show, I decided to explore the limits of the RV market.  Specifically, to find the most expensive and the cheapest trailer and coach. Elite…

Cool things seen at the Pomona RV show

The 2014 Pomona RV show in California has lots to see. Here – in reverse order – are five things I thought were really cool when I visited last weekend. …

Latest in Class B RVs on display at Pomona

All the major Class B manufacturers are here at Pomona: Roadtrek, Pleasureway, Leisure Travel, Airstream, Sportsmobile, Winnebago.  I walked through and sampled the models on display.  Every manufacturer offers something…

Pomona RV Show

I’ve been hanging out at the Pomona RV show here in sunny California.  As with most trade shows, it’s stocked with the really cool, the really impressive, and the really…

Places the guidebooks ignore

I’m one of those eclectic travelers. It’s not that I disdain tour guides and “must see” sights. It’s more that I am amused by, and interested in, the funky, the…

Fridges and Freezers, oh my

A few weeks ago we were at Mingus Park on the Oregon Coast. Mingus Park is in a really, really hilly part of the coast; there’s not much of a…

Bucket List Restaurants

So much of our traveling lives are spent eating. Think about the really memorable occasions and places that stand out in your mind – I bet many revolve around meals….