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Cleveland RV Show
January 7 – 11, 2015
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Lehigh Valley RV Show
January 9 – 11, 2015
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Columbus RV & Boat Show
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Little Guy’s Black Friday Survival Guide

Although it’s slightly terrifying to come to the realization, Black Friday is almost upon us and for those of us with Little Guys we truly have the upper hand.

Here are some valuable tips for surviving Black Friday with Your Little Guy.

Go In With a Plan

You’ve got your Little Guy stocked with supplies and food and you feel like you’re ready to take on the apocalypse. You’re feeling confident and life is good as you stare out…

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How to Cook a Turkey Over a Fire

To us, it seems like the time around Thanksgiving is the perfect time for camping! Why not pack up your Little Guy this year and have a fire-roasted turkey for Thanksgiving? Here, we show you how!

You Will Need…

One spade

Whole turkey

Olive oil

Salt

Rosemary

Parsley

Thyme

Aluminum foil

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Top 5 Turkey Hunting States

During the month of November, a couple of things are on our minds, which include an overenthusiastic countdown to Christmas and plenty of turkey! Hunting season is also in full swing, as well as the turkey.

Take a look at the top five turkey hunting states.

Texas

Known as the state where everything is bigger, Texas offers plenty of open space for turkey hunting. Starting on March 27 and ending on May 9, Texas is…

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Natural Poison Ivy Remedies

Home remedies can be incredibly powerful, and when it comes to poison ivy, the remedies we have here will bring sweet relief. Make sure to contact your primary physician if the itch and rash do not clear up.

Take a look at five of our favorite natural remedies.

Banana Peels

Now, you have a use for those overripe bananas besides the go-to banana bread. To soothe itchy skin, take a banana peel and rub the inside of it on the affected…

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Beware of These Poison Plants

As you’re hiking along the trail and enjoying all that Nature has to give, make sure to pay attention to the flora around you.

Here, we take a look at five of the most poisonous plants to avoid on the trail.

Chrysanthemums

These sweet-looking flowers often appear around October and November on your neighbor’s front porch. It’s also a well-known fact that gardeners plant these flowers to keep rabbits away from…

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Five Campgrounds that Offer Discounts for Veterans

This week, we all take some much-needed time to reflect on the brave actions and selfless dedication our military men and women have provided. Below, we have listed five campgrounds across the country which offer discounts for veterans.

Cobb Mountain

Our first campground is located in beautiful California placed on Cobb Mountain. The site includes plenty of camping cabins, RV sites and tent areas. The site offers a 15% discount to all…

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Tips on Using the Bathroom Outdoors

It’s not usually a popular topic of discussion, but using the bathroom regularly and more importantly, correctly is vital while camping! Below, we have listed some tips and tricks to remember while getting your number 1 or 2 on.

Find Your Perfect Spot

This is perhaps the most important tip of them all. Before you set out to explore, do a little research to have an idea as to have an idea of the proper guidelines and requirements for proper waste…

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DIY: Matching Halloween Costumes with Little Guy

Each option below is a fun Halloween DIY project that you can do on your own or with many!

Hula Scene

You can easily go retro with this fun choice. To start, find your favorite Hawaiian shirt and grass skirt. You can even add a coconut bra for some extra flair. To really set the scene, pick up some tiki torches and other Hawaiian party supplies from any party-supply store.

Haunted House

Turn this classic Halloween scene into something…

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Reasons You Should Practice BS (Bear Safety)

When it comes to BS we don’t mess around. Bear safety is necessary in taking preventative measures against unwelcome visitors to your campsite. Here are some bear facts and tips for keeping yourself and your picnic basket safe.

Bear Fact: There are eight species of bears six of which, are on the endangered species list. =(

Precautions to Take

Before you set up camp, check the general visicinity for bear skat and tracks. Fresh…

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