Ever wonder how the RV craze began?  What led to it becoming such a popular way to travel and experience the great outdoors? Terence Young, Emeritus Professor of Geography at Cal Poly, provides the answer: WHY AMERICANS INVENTED THE RV In 1915, New Creature Comforts Created by Technology Merged with the Back to Nature Movement […]

It’s hard to believe that summer is drawing to a close. Kids are getting ready to go back to school. Whatever happened to school starting after Labor Day? We’ve been quiet for a while – spending most of the summer in Nevada this year. That’s right, we’ve been enduring the 108 degree heat! Circumstances have […]

I came across an interesting article today from our friends at RVTravel.com: “RV History: Slide outs celebrate 100 years.” The slide out wall section was introduced in 1915 when San Francisco camper builder Gustav Bretteville presented what he advertised as an “Automobile Telescoping Apartment.” The “apartment” sold for $100 and was a box designed to […]