The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that the Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight, along with three friends and members of his fight team, are a bit of an oddity in a campground largely occupied by snowbirds and travelers with families.
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The two new, twin axle 26-foot Element models include the ET26 SRK rear kitchen and the ET26 SRL rear lounge floor plans. The sleeping capacity in both new floorplans increases by one adult.
One obvious way to take the frugal route is to plan your RV travel during the “shoulder seasons” - before and after prime travel time - when discounts are often offered at various campgrounds and attractions.
Here are 5 cost-cutting RV travel tips that are good any time of the year:
1. RV Travel On One Tank of Gas
2. Put Your RV On A Diet And Get Better Gas-Mileage
3. Plastic not Paper Dinnerware - A More Economical Approach Overall
4. Drive Less, Stay More - Save on Gas AND Get Campsite Discounts
5. Stop and Shop - At Local Discount or Dollar Stores
RV Replacement Parts Market Thrives
Not all economic downturns are equal. Even in the RV industry, which tends to bear the brunt of challenging market, some segments manage to thrive while others struggle.
Take the RV replacement parts market, for example. It’s generally doing well, spurred on by the fact that RVers are holding onto their motorhomes and towable units longer, creating demand for repair parts and upgrade accessories.
Here’s a look at three companies that have found the silver lining in a still struggling economy. CLICK HERE TO VIEW REST OF ARTICLE
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Easy camping recipes for everyone
The first essential camping food is ‘Egg in the hole’ and it is my favorite breakfast. It does require a frying pan and not just an open fire, however. First you take a piece of bread and remove a large hole through the center. This can be done with a glass, using the rim like a cookie cutter, if you have one, or just a knife or your bare hands. Butter both sides of the bread. You then place it in the pan, browning it on each side for just a few minutes. When the toast is as you like it, crack an egg into the pan in the center of the toast. Let it cook until well done or over easy depending on your tastes. Take a spatula and remove the entire piece of toast and egg in one motion and put it on your plate. Yes it is still just an egg and a piece of toast, but something about the design and it being cooked in the wilderness just makes it taste incredibly yummy. Plus, kids love it when food is just a tad bit different than they are used to. It is a great surprise!