Summer is here
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.