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Fun videos I found on YouTube:
Powerhouse generator 2000 Watt demonstration powering a 950W Microwave
Happijac jack motor head replacement install
here for a 1937 movie theater newsreel produced by Chevrolet, about early RVers, often
called, "Tin Can Tourists"
this vintage travel trailer slide show, with music by Johnny Cash
movie theater newsreel produced by Chevrolet - RV is half bug & half buggy
movie -- RV turns into traveling hotel
here for hilarious YouTube video "Redneck Camper Wheelies"
watch this zany British Motorhome Race on YouTube
and camper figure eight racing
ads from the 1950s to 1960s
More funny stuff
Silly signs - Top
100 -- from Road Trip America
Legends of America. Travel, history, Old West, Route 66, ghost towns,
treasure tales, and more. Webmaster Kathy Weiser has gathered historic photos, old
postcards, plus her own photos from her travels, into a fun and informative site.
Check out her mile-by-mile description along Route 66. The information could easily
fill several books, but it's all here for free.
More RV news:
"Less Miles - More Smiles." Driving the Eastern seaboard? The 17.6 mile
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel can help you avoid the congestion of I-95 and the D.C.
Beltway. Be sure to stop at Seagull Island for lunch, and unubstructed views of the
Chesapeake bay and the Atlantic Ocean! (RVs are permitted, with propane tank valves
closed.) more here...
Live webcams. Want to see a live shot of Old Faithful, or Times Square?
Find hundreds here, indexed by state. Click here.
This page last updated November 9, 2011
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