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HitchUpandGo has a new RV Video Directory
HitchUpandGo is proud to announce a new RV Video Directory. In this section you will find a selection of great RV related videos. These videos will provide RVers with a much more detailed representation of the things we are looking for in our travels and RV adventures. RV videos are entertaining, educational and just down right fun to watch. RV repairs, gear, tips, travel ideas and attractions are just some of the many things we will be bringing to you as time goes on.
At HitchUpandGo, we are always looking for the most beneficial information on the web to bring to our fellow RVers. If you know of any other great videos you would like to see included please get back with us and let us know about it.
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It is rare to find a place to sit when you live in a crowded camper! We thrive on a “shuffle your feet, lose your seat” mentality around here, so when I’m putting my thoughts on the computer, it’s usually because I ran over the two-year-old to get a chair. As little Jake is staring at me with a booger on his finger and no seat to wipe it on, I will tell you I’m a 34 year old mom of two young children, wife to a good strong military man, and servant to two very large, and very spoiled dogs; one of which lives to retrieve ducks, and the other lives to sniff out bombs. Even though the duck dog is 11 and fat, and the bomb dog is retired from his line of duty, both look upon me like old Generals in a war room, and I’m their coffee minion. I know they scheme to find jobs for me to do. “Training” if you will…I am additionally, and suddenly the caretaker of one grumpy fish that our daughter Morgan has named Marshmallow. I’ve never had a fish, much less one that’s always frowning. Maybe he’s grumpy because his tank sits on our stove.
Before retiring, Roger Marble spent 40 years in the tire industry, working for a major manufacturer developing tires for applications in North, Central and South America. During his career he worked on many kinds of tires -- heavy truck, passenger, light truck and Indy-car types .
No matter where you’re going, BringFido.com can help you find a pet friendly campground for the trip. Our directory includes everything from primitive tent sites to luxury RV Resorts with swimming pools and golf courses, so whether you want to “ruff it” or go glamping, we’ve got you covered. You can get the scoop on campground pet policies, read reviews of other campers with pets, and even speak with the campground host directly. Or, call 877-411-FIDO, and one of our pet travel experts will help you select the perfect dog friendly campground for your trip.
Here is a handy little search tool. Just select the search location from the top box. Then type what you are looking for in the lower box.
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It is also very
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The Roadie is the toughest, coldest small ice-chest available. Whether you use if for road trips, on daily job sites, or your next outdoor excursion, the Yeti Roadie can handle anything you throw at it. Available in White, Tan, and Ice Blue. The YETI Roadie is the perfect size for your canoe, kayak, paddle board, ATV, UTV, or golf cart. Holds 14-12oz cans.
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Record Number of 'Snowbirds' Migrate to Sunbelt Campgrounds
RESTON, Vir., -- Snow in 49 of the 50 states is good news for the Sunbelt. Campgrounds in southern California, Texas, Florida and Arizona are seeing a boom in occupancy for December – March with travelers seeking a respite from this winter's ravaging snow and plummeting temperatures.
The Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) reports that more than 1 million RVers will use their RV this winter to head to warmer climates, spending on average 12 weeks at campgrounds throughout the Sunbelt. by RVIA See more..