(Sept. 25, 2012) -- PC Magazine writes that Microsoft's PC-based maps software Microsoft Streets & Trips 2013 has its flaws, but it's still useful for RV campers, outdoor enthusiasts, or anyone looking for a comprehensive map and planning software that works offline on a laptop.
(Sept. 25, 2012) -- One RV stood out this weekend at the KOA Campgrounds in Kent, Wash., writes KING5. The RV is covered in hand-painted, bright purple quotes, and the owners are on a mission to spread their message about ALS, better known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.
(Sept. 25, 2012) -- When Gary Borton retired several years ago, he and his wife, Connie, of Greenville, Mich., made up their minds to see the country via the open road. Problems with Gary's vision put their plans on hold, but the setback was short-lived thanks to Connie's determination and dedication to her husband, writes the Greenville Daily News.
(Sept. 25, 2012) -- Triangle RV Centre in Sidney has been voted B.C. Dealer of the Year for 2012 by the Recreational Vehicle Dealers Association of B.C., reports the Victoria Times Colonist.
(Sept. 25, 2012) -- The Saginaw County Sheriff's Department is looking for a 34-foot-long 2012 Fleetwood Terra motorhome stolen from a residence in St. Charles on Sunday, writes MLive.com.
(Sept. 25, 2012) -- On Sunday, two people were arrested for their alleged involvement in a series of residential and vehicle burglaries, which includes an incident at Mc Bride's RV Storage in Chino, reports Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.
(Sept. 25, 2012) -- More than 1,000 lots of equipment from the Navistar truck plant in Chatham will be offered for sale in a November online auction, writes the Chatham Daily News.
(Sept. 25, 2012) -- Nominal retail sales in July 2012 rose by a robust 0.7 percent in the month with the decline in June lessened to 0.3 percent from 0.4 percent previously. Expectations were for a monthly increase in July of only 0.2 percent, said Ferley. The unexpected strength was in large part concentrated in sales at motor vehicle dealerships where activity rose 1.7 percent.
(Sept. 25, 2012) -- A Port Angeles man driving a 2003 Winnebago motorhome Sunday evening struck a rock retaining wall while descending Mount Walker, located about six miles south of Quilcene, reports the Port Townsend Leader.
(Sept. 25, 2012) -- "Consumers were more positive in their assessment of current conditions, in particular the job market, and considerably more optimistic about the short-term outlook for business conditions, employment and their financial situation," said Franco. "Despite continuing economic uncertainty, consumers are slightly more optimistic than they have been in several months.”