S’more Good Stuff: September 10, 2020

Sep 10, 2020 | News & Events

S’more Good Stuff: September 10, 2020

By Togo RV

In this weekly roundup, Togo RV shares the top stories and features that are impacting and shaping the RV community. We cover everything from news and travel updates to gear and gadgets, and all the good stuff in between.


News
This Amped-Up NO BO Trailer Could Be Yours for $20
News

This Amped-Up NO BO Trailer Could Be Yours for $20

Camping in the great outdoors gives childhood cancer survivors the chance to focus on fun. Across the nation, the KOA Care Camps Trust makes this possible through specially designed facilities and highly trained volunteers, which provide a safe camping experience and short-term oncology care at no cost to families. Rollin’ on TV is supporting this mission through the Super NO BO Raffle, with the goal of raising $40,000 for Care Camps. Purchase a $20 ticket for your chance to win a unique 2021 No Boundaries travel trailer, customized with a colorful graphics package, Go Power solar system, two-stage water purification, and more. A winner will be drawn in November. 

Source: Rollin’ on TV Win a Super NO BO Travel Trailer

Photo courtesy of Forest River, Inc.

Lifestyle
Back to School—On the Road?
Lifestyle

Back to School—On the Road?

Roadschooling is nothing new to the thousands of families who travel the U.S. while teaching their children in an RV. However, as the COVID-19 pandemic is upending the traditional school year, more families are taking virtual learning and homeschooling options to the campground. Veteran roadschoolers recommend supplementing the traditional curriculum with authentic educational opportunities found in national parks and historic sites. Roadschooling also offers flexibility, allowing families to individualize the learning experience in ways that work for both children and parents. Since connectivity is key, campground selection becomes even more important.

Source: Today  5 Tips from Road School Parents

Photo: Andy Murphy

Destination
Don’t Take Your RV on These Dangerous Roadways
Destination

Don’t Take Your RV on These Dangerous Roadways

When roadways resemble roller coasters, it’s best to avoid them in your RV. Some of the most notorious highways in the U.S. have slender lanes, twisting switchbacks, extreme grades, and eye-popping drop-offs that might leave RVers imagining their rig careening into a canyon. Wandering wildlife, wicked winds, and tiny tunnels only add to the terror. Colorado’s Million Dollar Highway is one example. Though it’s considered one of the nation’s most scenic drives, the mountain passes and severe weather make it a no-go for RVers. Similarly, the beautiful Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park is not to be missed, unless you are driving an RV. Check out this list of highways to avoid before your next road trip.

Source: MSN Driving an RV? Stay Off These Risky Roads

Rig
Make Family Memories in the Coleman Light 2755BH
Rig

Make Family Memories in the Coleman Light 2755BH

Dutchmen puts its own spin on a classic floor plan with the Coleman Light 2755BH, which offers a familiar layout enhanced by upgraded features. Families can gather around the U-shaped dinette to play board games on rainy days, while the nearby couch is a cozy place to cuddle on lazy mornings. On chilly nights, families can bring the warmth of the campfire inside, thanks to the electric fireplace. The corner double-over-double bunks are roomy enough for up to four kids. At the end of a busy day, parents can retreat to the private front bedroom, complete with a separate exterior entrance. An outside kitchen and large awning extend the living space outdoors.

Source: Dutchmen Coleman Light 2755BH

Photo courtesy of Coleman. 

Disclaimer: Togo RV is part of a joint venture, partially owned by Thor Industries, Inc., of which Dutchmen, Inc. is a subsidiary.

Food & Drink
Enjoy Summer’s Last Splash with a Camping Sangria
Food & Drink

Enjoy Summer’s Last Splash with a Camping Sangria

Though kids are heading back to school around the nation and fall temperatures are starting to tiptoe in, summer has not officially ended. For those heading out for their final RV trips of the season, this camping sangria recipe offers a refreshing burst of fruit flavors. Start with a quart-sized mason jar. Add any mixture of your favorite summertime fruits, such as pineapple, strawberries, and grapes. Cover with vodka and white wine, and let chill. The tightly-sealed jars transport easily to the campground. Add a peppy zip by topping off the mixture with a carbonated beverage before sipping at your scenic campsite.

Source: Mighty Mrs. Camping Sangria

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