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An astute RV traveler can average $12 per night or less for camping costs, eat his own food just as he would at home, visit friends and family and see whatever he likes and spend less than $2500 doing it.

A lot of people are close to retirement and want to see the country. They have been tied down to a job, the house and the kids. There is just so much out there to see! Finding the right RV travel software sure makes the transition a lot easier!

Many beginning campers often wonder if RV travel software pays for itself. Fortunately, there are some really great packages out there on the internet. Whatever questions you might have can be answered very quickly.

Many beginning campers often wonder if RV travel software pays for itself. Fortunately, there are some really great packages out there on the internet. Whatever questions you might have can be answered very quickly.

Rving also comes with an opportunity to save on clothing. With RV travel you don;t need to buy fancy new clothes or a new luggage. Heck you can wear your old house dress and no one will care. So stop worrying about new clothes. Stick to your budget by stocking on food supplies, groceries and other items to avoid rush buying from convenient stores which is more often than not cost two times higher than the regular price. Cook your own meals instead of eating at fast food restaurants. Stay out less! Get creative and try a new recipe. Camp foods need not to be boring after all.

If you compare the cost of traveling across the US in an RV to using other means of travel, you quickly discover that, correctly done, RV travel costs far less and gives you much more for your dollars.

Fur traders and early settlers utilised the rivers and Red River cart roads such as Long Trail until the early 1900s when the railroad and bush planes supplemented travel to this northern boreal transition area. Corduroy roads provided a means for early land vehicles to cross over muskeg and swamp. Horse drawn ploughs filled low areas, settlers hauled gravel and cleared bush for the road ways surveyed along high elevations following lake and river shore lines. Municipalities would grade and gravel roads providing transportation between trading centres. The all weather road arrived alongside of the NWWR association’s impetus for a travel and tourism corridor along the northern area of the western provinces. Traffic volume along the route is a major factor to determine highway classification, surface type, and construction upgrades.

Steve Gillman hit the road at sixteen, and traveled the U.S. and Mexico alone at 17. Now 40, he travels with his wife Ana, whom he met in Ecuador. For travel stories, tips and a free e-book, visit: http://www.EverythingAboutTravel.com.



This article was posted on January 28, 2006

 



Alaskan travel writer Mike Miller lives in Juneau where his current passion is publishing an information-packed website about Alaska cruising and ferry travel: http://www.AlaskaCruisingReport.com. Miller has authored a number of travel books (Fodors, Sierra Club Books, Globe Pequot, The Milepost and others), contributes to TravelAge West (for travel agents) and frequently writes for major newspapers and magazines.
muskegmike@gci.net



This article was posted on March 06, 2006

 



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