(Feb. 29, 2012) -- This week's recipe is for black and white bean salad. Johanna Kashi from Petersberg, Va., submitted this week’s recipe. She said she and her family became full-time RVers a few years ago. She has both volunteered and worked for pay at camps in Louisiana, Florida, Virginia and Maine.
(Feb. 29, 2012) -- The Seattle Post Intelligencer reports that the Washington state House has passed a bill to allow two cars to share one Discover Pass. But unlike a similar bill that recently passed the Senate, the House bill would add a $10 registration fee on all RVs until 2015.
(Feb. 29, 2012) -- Pam Parent, a contributor to Yahoo! Sports, writes that if you want to take your family on a fishing and camping adventure, these five affordable campgrounds located in central Vermont are exactly what you're looking for.
(Feb. 29, 2012) -- The Family Motor Coach Association told the Kansas State Fair manager Monday that they won't hold their event in Hutchinson this year or next because of a state law that prohibits out-of-state dealers from selling RVs in Kansas, reports KAKE.
(Feb. 29, 2012) -- Employees are experiencing less financial stress as they continue to better manage their day-to-day finances. Since 2009, the percentage of employees reporting high or overwhelming financial stress has dropped significantly from 33 percent to 19 percent.
(Feb. 29, 2012) -- Truro Daily News reports that Amherst, Nova Scotia, is changing its transient automobile dealers bylaw to accommodate an RV sale this summer. The town will cut the $2,000 fee in half for retailers of RVs and travel trailers.
(Feb. 29, 2012) -- The second estimate of annualized fourth-quarter 2011 GDP growth in the United States increased to 3.0 percent, which was above the 2.8 percent advance estimate and marked the fastest pace of growth since the second quarter of 2010, said Nathan Janzen, an economist with RBC Economics Research.
(Feb. 29, 2012) -- Sudbury councilors heard Monday that three city-run seasonal trailer parks -- Ella Lake Park in Capreol, Whitewater Park in Azilda and Centennial Park in Whitefish -- have lost a total of $193,000 in the past five years, reports the Sudbury Star.
(Feb. 29, 2012) -- An RV that was once used to haul Hampton's books to underserved areas is now being used to shelter the city's homeless population, reports the Daily Press. The city donated the bookmobile to Hampton Roads Ecumenical Lodging and Provisions, also known as H.E.L.P. Inc.
(Feb. 29, 2012) -- After learning last July about California's cost-saving plan to close 70 state parks, Lucy D'Mot went on a mission: she would focus attention on the parks by visiting them and blog about their unique features before they were shut for good, writes 89.3 KPCC.