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RV Oddities, Calamities, and Curiosities​

RV Oddities, Calamities, and Curiosities intro

Read some of the strange and interesting recent news stories involving RVs. 🙂

In another twist on restoring an old RV, this renovated Newmar Kountry Star brings job search skills to the people in Phoenix homeless agency’s “Mobile Success Unit”.

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After finding work, what better way to celebrate than a night in the Cuban Missile, a chic mobile cigar lounge crafted from a 1974 Airstream Land Yacht RV?

British Columbia resident overburdened with sky-high rent costs shares his love of mobile urban living with other Canucks, says staying stealth is the secret to success.

Tired of seeing your expensive RV going nowhere in your driveway? The first peer-to-peer RV rental agency can get your RV on the road again — with another driver.

Arizona camping trip ends early for brand new motorhome owner when his rig catches fire just hours after closing the sale.

Don’t call ’em Trailer Trash: here’s how the uber rich live in this peek at the five most expensive luxury RVs in the world.

Who says you need to have all the comforts of home on a RV adventure? This couple took a 48,000 mile worldwide jaunt in a 30-year old Westie with 276,000 miles on the engine.

L.A. shoppers can skip the mall stampedes this holiday season: this rolling boutique brings fashion to the people in vintage Bluebird bus.

Guess this Alaska camper didn’t see the movie “Into the Wild”: brave van dweller heads to the Yukon to set up winter campsite for his 1977 Dodge camper van.

Vandals who trashed an Idaho campground happily give the BLM even more justification for imposing recreation fees on public lands.




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