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Vancouver’s Stunning Stanley Park

Stanley Park, in Vancouver, British Columbia, is remarkable for its size (1,001 acres), its foliage, and its extensive walking/jogging trails. It beats New York City’s Central Park in size, and the views are equally spectacular. Situated on a peninsula, the park is nearly surrounded by English Bay and Vancouver Harbor. A circular drive along its waterfront allows

Cecil Bay RV Park near Valdosta, GA Should Be Your Next Stop on I-75

Traveling on I-75 through Georgia? Take (Exit 32) and Stay at Cecil Bay RV Park.  The park can accommodate all RV’s and their tow vehicles.  You can really spread out and enjoy extra wide (40 ft. wide) & extra long pull-thru sites. The park is a very easy ON & OFF for the overnight traveler,

Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems — A Worthwhile Option

RV Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems— a key safety feature. Onboard real-time TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) technology has been around for years. The early generation type was ITPMS (Indirect Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems).  These systems electronically measured the tire rotations. This was designed on the principle that the inflation level of a tire changed the