Monday, December 27, 2010


Just had the chance to see INSIDE the RV that travels all over the USA with the band of legendary country music superstar Kenny Rogers.  Caught up with them at Foxwoods Resort Casino.  Enjoy!

Wednesday, December 22, 2010


Spotted this motorhome in the Boston area recently.  Belongs to country singer Kenny Rogers.  Was in the area for a show.  Several other tours busses of crew and band were there also.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Interview with WINNEBAGO IND. President BOB OLSON

My RV colleague BOB ZAGAMI (see his blog at attended the RVDA National RV Trade Show in Louisville, KY and had the opportunity to interview BOB OLSON, the president of Winnebago Industries, makers of the Winnebago and Itasca lines.  Enjoy!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

CONVERTED PREVOST gives you THE RIDE of a lifetime in NYC

Saw this Prevost conversion while on the streets of New York City.  Unbelievabe what they have done to this.  Totally changed the way you think of RVing.  Former TOUR BUS that has been converted with a traveling theatre around New York City. It operates year round thru the streets of midtown Manhattan. Enjoy!

Monday, December 6, 2010

RVing at GILLETTE STADIUM. Home of the New England Patriots

The Patriots are HOT and are a favorite to head for the Super Bow.  Take a look at the RV TAILGATING facilities at Gillette Stadium.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

A $2 Part Turns into an $8000 Repair Bill!!! HIDDEN WATER LEAKS

My friend Mike at showed me what happens when you buy plumbing replacement parts from a big box store rather than an RV parts store.  Even though the replacement part fit fine, it was not flexible enough  to be effective in an RV that has lots of motion. It was made of the wrong materials.   In a land based home this part would have been fine, but not in an RV.   Leakage over a period of time created floor rot that has taken over $8000 to remedy, plus the loss of the use of the RV for an extended time frame.

This video shows that it is VITAL to regularly check for water leaks around your fixtures, especially in areas that are enclosed by cabinet doors.  Let's hope this never happens to you!