Tuesday

Fleetwood RV Launches 2011 Storm Crossover Motor Home


Fleetwood RV, Inc. has launched the 2011 Storm, described as a “crossover” motor home that features the sleeping capacity and value of a Class C motor home along with the roominess and storage capacity of a Class A motor home.
Photo Credit: Fleetwood

“The 2011 Storm is a special motor home because it includes the best aspects of both a Class A and a Class C motor home,” said John Draheim, CEO of Fleetwood RV, Inc. “Storm is loaded with standard features and provides a great value at price that appeals to a wide range of RVers.”

Photo Credit: Fleetwood

According to Fleetwood, the 2011 Storm is available in three floor plans: a 28-foot single-slide, rear bedroom floor plan with walk-around queen bed and oversized wrap-around booth dinette (28MS); a 31-foot dual-slide, side-aisle floor plan with opposing dinette/sofa in the living room (30SA); and a 31-foot dual-slide floor plan with standard traditional bunk beds or the optional “Bunk Bed-n-Breakfast” space-saving two-person dinette with convertible bunk beds (32BH). The innovative “Hide-a-Loft” feature, a queen-sized, electronic drop-down bed with air mattress located above the driver/passenger captain’s chairs, is also an available option on all floor plans.

Source: Fleetwood
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Wednesday

Congratulations to Randall Schroeder and his Camping Critters



Congratulations to Randall Schroeder and his Camping Critters; Leucine (Luci), Tryptophan (Trip) and Polynomial (Polly). Randall says he got his first RV in 2000. Being a science teacher he eventually decorated his RV with "space stuff" and became a full timer from the get go!
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The T@B Travel Trailer Attracts Devoted Fans


Photo Credit: Thor Industries

The Cape Cod Times features a story on the culture the T@B trailer, a teardrop trailer that has attracted a devoted group of fans known as T@Bbers. T@Bbers recently held rally in Cape Cod, dressing in bright colors similar to their trailers.

The T@B’s small size and happy colors have made it favorite for RVers looking for an easy to tow trailer with a unique style. What the T@B lacks in luxury and space is made up for by its cuteness and maneuverability.

T@Bbers at the Cape Cod rally shared stories of their travels and compared modifications to their trailers. T@B owners make the most of their trailers by adding luxuries like TVs and Microwaves.

Source: Cape Cod Times

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Tuesday

Memories of a Teardrop Camper



Little Guy Teardrop Campers shared with us this video from comedian Mike Williams on YouTube about his memories of RVing with his dad and a teardrop camper.

Over the years, Mike and his dad would travel in bigger RVs, but the first teardrop always held a special place in his memory.

Source: Mike Williams and Little Guy Campers
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Monday

Livin Lite Introduces Camplite All-Aluminum, Ultra-Lightweight, Hard-Sided Truck Camper Designed For Small Trucks


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Livin Lite Recreational Vehicles has added an all-aluminum, hard-sided truck camper to their Camplite product lineup.  The new Camplite Truck Camper is specially designed for the smaller, more fuel-efficient trucks.

Photo Credit: Livin Lite

Weighing a feathery 950 lbs., the Camplite Truck Camper features “aluminum everything” according to Rick Barna, Livin Lite’s VP of Sales.  “This unique truck camper is built from the ground up using aluminum, including aluminum flooring; aluminum cabinetry, aluminum walls and roof structure,” shares Barna.   “Just like our increasingly popular Camplite travel trailers, the Camplite Truck Campers do not have even a splinter of wood in them! They are perfect for the smaller trucks on the market that until now, have had to be satisfied with ‘pop-up’ truck campers.

Photo Credit: Livin Lite

“This first model of Camplite Truck Camper is approx. 10’ in length with a full queen bed; dinette, kitchen area with optional refrigerator and optional roof A/C.  This is a back-to-the-basics truck camper, designed for the masses,” said Barna, ‘It is a true entry level camper, very well built and it will stand the test of time with its all aluminum construction."

Source: Livin Lite
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Camping Critters Voting



Thank you for submitting your Camping Critters photos. It has been an extremely tough decision but the judges have narrowed it down to three. Now it is your turn to vote for the winner. Vote Now.

Voting will end July 9th at 5:00pm EST.
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