Sum­mer is here

Snowbirds & RV Travelers - - Editor’s Note -

And the liv­ing is easy.

Our hope is that you do have an “easy” sum­mer in your RV. We’ve been work­ing hard (so that you don’t have to) to bring you the best RV sum­mer life­style tips, travel ad­vice and fea­tures so that your RV de­ci­sion-mak­ing is that much eas­ier. We’ve also been work­ing hard at reach­ing out to our read­ers, get­ting to know you bet­ter and let­ting you, the reader, know more about us. (Tell us more about you by send­ing us a photo, writ­ing an email or vis­it­ing us on­line. See page 62 for more info.) If you are new here, Snow­birds & RV

Travel­ers mag­a­zine was founded in 2003 and is Canada’s most pop­u­lar RV mag­a­zine. The in­depth con­tent is uniquely Cana­dian; fea­tur­ing RV des­ti­na­tions, at­trac­tions and events from Canada, the US and Mex­ico - all told from the Cana­dian per­spec­tive.

There is a story this month that I par­tic­u­larly like be­cause it com­bines a great read with eye-catch­ing pho­tographs. The very tal­ented Den­nis Be­gin brings you a story on Death Val­ley, Cal­i­for­nia. Have you ever won­dered about the his­tory of one of the hottest places in the world? One that also has the low­est el­e­va­tion in North Amer­ica?

Den­nis also brings us two more great mys­ter­ies - the story of Sasquatch in Har­ri­son, BC and the story of ghosts and miss­ing rooms at the Fair­mont Banff Springs Ho­tel. We all need a good ghost story nd­for telling around the camp­fire. We also bring you Part 2 of the North­ern

Woods and Water High­way story. Travel with writer, Dale Har­ri­son, across the 2,400-kilo­me­tre (1,500 mi) route through north­ern Bri­tish Columbia, Al­berta, Saskatchewan and Man­i­toba in Western Canada.

We’ve let you know where to go, but we also want to help you get there safely - the tech story on tires and weather crack­ing is must-read be­fore set­ting out on the road.

Au­gust is also the time for mak­ing de­ci­sions be­fore fall starts, and our team has se­lected the best parts, ac­ces­sories and camping pro­ducst to help you with your shop­ping. We’ve also taken the time to re­view some of the lat­est in tech with thou­sands of apps to choose from, we let you know which ones work for us.

What­ever this sum­mer sea­son has in store for you and your RV, we hope this is­sue makes it eas­ier to find that next best ad­ven­ture. And the next story to tell.

We’ll see you back here in Septem­ber with our own new sto­ries.

Stay with us — and ex­pect more.

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