RVing to Alaska

RVing to Alaska Author Ronald E. Jones
ISBN-10 0982568207
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 150
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RVing to Alaska is different than any other trip. Ron Jones provides "how to" information about planning and actually making this trip. Learn how to prepare for this adventure, be safe, cost-effective, and have a great time!You will learn about......RVing in the Lower 48 and northern Canada/Alaska differences, traditions, laws, uniqueness ...driving over frost heaves, road conditions, routes, emergency road service, where to go, visitor centers, pets, wildfires, border crossings, packing extra stuff ...campgrounds, loonies and toonies, boondocking sites, wildlife, credit cards, historic mile markers, and moose droppings."RVing to Alaska" is the only book focusing on "how" to make the trip to Alaska by RV with just a smidgen of travel guide tossed in.



RVing in Alaska

RVing in Alaska Author Richard Anderson
ISBN-10 0962932558
Release 1998-01-01
Pages 226
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RVing in Alaska has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from RVing in Alaska also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full RVing in Alaska book for free.



Traveler s Guide to Alaskan Camping

Traveler s Guide to Alaskan Camping Author Mike Church
ISBN-10 0982310153
Release 2014-01-31
Pages 488
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Detailed routes and advice for exploring Alaska and northwestern Canada are provided in this guide for RV and tent campers. This grand tour of Alaska covers in detail the Alaskan Highway, routes throughout the Yukon and Alaska, and the ferry system in southeastern Alaska. Close to 500 campgrounds throughout the region are listed with pictures, descriptions of amenities, meticulous maps, and contact information for each; campgrounds suitable for large RVs are also identified. Along with important details for a safe trip—such as border crossings, budget planning, vehicle preparation or renting an RV, appropriate clothing, road conditions, and possible wildlife encounters—recreational information on hiking, mountain biking, boating, rafting, kayaking, and viewing wildlife is provided for each destination. This new edition has updated information on all the campsites, maps, GPS data, websites, prices, and contact information.



RVing North to Alaska

RVing North to Alaska Author Rich Eskew
ISBN-10 1542507642
Release 2017-01-18
Pages 124
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This book is provided to give all who wish to travel to Alaska some basic guidelines to make their travel safe, memorable, and truly the trip of a lifetime. We have arranged these pages into two sections: "Technical Considerations," and "Highlights along the Way." We do not seek to advise you on what to see or what to do. We seek to give you as much information as possible for the preparation and the planning of your trip as well as to provide guidelines to avoid those nasty obstacles which could hinder your enjoyment. We have taken from our experiences since our first Alcan trip way back in 1964. As of this writing, we have driven the Alcan forty-one one-way trips. For this 3rd Edition we have added road information observed on our trip in 2016.



BETWEEN HEAVEN THE BERING SE

BETWEEN HEAVEN   THE BERING SE Author Paul W. Burke
ISBN-10 1535600705
Release 2016-11-22
Pages 156
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Feeding a Hunger for Adventure, a Thirst for Beauty, and a Longing for Discovery: The Alaskan Dream Between Heaven and the Bering Sea is the highly personal travel experiences of the Burkes over a five-month journey. It begins near the American-Canadian border, takes the reader along the famous Alaska Highway through several Canadian provinces highlighting numerous cities, and praises the wonders of Alaska. This unique "travelogue" reveals to tourists the sightseeing "musts;" however, it also relates the travel concerns and important considerations one needs to keep in mind when journeying north of the border. For many, this is the trip of a lifetime. With advance preparation and adequate planning, it will be outstanding.



Between Heaven and the Bering Sea Alaska

Between Heaven and the Bering Sea  Alaska Author Paul W. Burke
ISBN-10 9781535600712
Release 2016-12-14
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Feeding a Hunger for Adventure, a Thirst for Beauty, and a Longing for Discovery: The Alaskan Dream Between Heaven and the Bering Sea is the highly personal travel experiences of the Burkes over a five-month journey. It begins near the American-Canadian border, takes the reader along the famous Alaska Highway through several Canadian provinces highlighting numerous cities, and praises the wonders of Alaska. This unique “travelogue” reveals to tourists the sightseeing “musts;” however, it also relates the travel concerns and important considerations one needs to keep in mind when journeying north of the border. For many, this is the trip of a lifetime. With advance preparation and adequate planning, it will be outstanding.



RVing Alaska and Canada

RVing Alaska and Canada Author Sharlene Minshall
ISBN-10 1439218013
Release 2009-02-16
Pages 292
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Sharlene âCharlieâ Minshall, a single, solo, full-time RVer for twenty years, criss-crossed North America countless times from Mexico to Labrador, Florida to the Northwest Territories. She toured Alaska and Western Canada five times for a total of two years. This fourth revision reveals âHow toâ chapters on where to stay, when to go, what to take, road conditions and distances, plus information on border crossing, communications, boondocking, safety, pets, and photography. Tips are scattered throughout the book. One chapter reveals the necessities, pitfalls, and approximate costs of flying into Alaska and renting a RV. âWhy notâ mapped chapters include all major paved and gravel roads as this author of six RV-related books leads you through her humorous misadventures with Katmai grizzlies, remote villages, the Aurora Borealis, Segway riding, dog mushing and canoeing the Yukon River. Whether you are driving a car, RVing, or an Armchair Adventurer, it is an exciting and helpful book.



RVing Alaska by Land and Sea

RVing Alaska by Land and Sea Author Bill Moeller
ISBN-10 0970285809
Release 2001-01-01
Pages 212
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RVing Alaska by Land and Sea has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from RVing Alaska by Land and Sea also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full RVing Alaska by Land and Sea book for free.



The Complete Idiot s Guide to RVing 3e

The Complete Idiot s Guide to RVing  3e Author April Maher
ISBN-10 9781101589113
Release 2012-06-05
Pages 384
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An updated and revised guide for the more than 30 million Americans who are living the RV lifestyle and the millions of others who have considered it but have not yet taken the plunge, The Complete Idiot's Guide® to RVing, Second Edition, includes the following: Basic facts about the different types of RVs-camper, van, motor home, bus, or tow rig-and the advantages of each; Advice on buying your RV, from dealer negotiations to acquiring the proper insurance; Driving tips for piloting your RV; Information on how to choose a campground with an eye for water, electricity, propane, wastewater dump, hookups, phone, cable, and campground rules.



Alaska on the Go

Alaska on the Go Author Erin Kirkland
ISBN-10 9781602232211
Release 2014-03-15
Pages 352
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Alaska is a wonderful place to visit with children. From coastal communities to far-northern tundra, exploring the forty-ninth state has never been more accessible, provided parents are equipped with the right tools. Author Erin Kirkland details how to explore nearly every corner of our nation s largest state. Enjoy insider advice for fabulous kid-friendly destinations and attractions, trip planning to maximize time and budget, and interesting facts about Alaska s unique landscape and people. An honest, four-season representation of Alaska, this book provides readers with a practical guide to indoor and outdoor experiences that teach, engage, and delight kids of all ages and stages. Fresh, witty, and fun to read," Alaska On the Go: Exploring the 49th State with Children" is the only family travel guide written by an Alaska-resident journalist who also happens to be the mom of two boys."



More RV Chuckles and Chuckholes

More RV Chuckles and Chuckholes Author Darlene Miller
ISBN-10 9781594332159
Release 2008-01-01
Pages 112
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Darlene Miller has a second book about the RV lifestyle which is full of amusing anecdotes, jokes, adventures and chuckhole experiences while traveling throughout the USA and Canada. It includes stories about the search for the white Kermodei bear in British Columbia; how to stay in touch with your grandchildren while traveling and bond with other RVers while parked in the desert around Quartzsite, Arizona. Guest contributors write about the quest for New Mexican chilies; what happens when the windshield breaks in the middle of traffic on the San Franciso Bay Bridge; or how to RV when you are born with no mechanical genes.



RVing Your Retirement Lifestyle

RVing   Your Retirement Lifestyle Author Jeffrey Webber
ISBN-10 9781601457349
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 196
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Webber offers specific information on how the RV lifestyle is a cost-effective way to save money, travel any place any time, and live the wanderlust lifestyle.



Michelin Must Sees Alaska

Michelin Must Sees Alaska Author Michelin
ISBN-10 9782067192072
Release 2013-04-01
Pages 160
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The new Michelin Must Sees Alaska highlights a fabled destination whose allure calls travelers to marvel at Denali’s 20,328ft summit, watch rivers of ice in Glacier Bay, savor fresh sockeye salmon, and raise eyebrows at the Northern Lights. Options include a few days enjoying Anchorage’s recreational, dining and cultural attractions, a weeklong Inside Passage cruise, a road trip along the Alaska Highway, a wintertime stay in a remote hot-spring resort, and a wildlife tour of Kenai Fjords National Park (think sea lions, whales, otters and eagles). Evoke your spirit of adventure while companioned by Must Sees’ detailed maps.



Exploring America by RV

Exploring America by RV Author Shirley Slater
ISBN-10 0028636961
Release 2000-01-01
Pages 446
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A RV travel guide to American highways and scenic destinations outlines "best drives" in the United States; highlights attractions, national and state parks, and campgrounds; and shares tips on how to buy or rent an RV.



The Alaska Highway

The Alaska Highway Author Ron Dalby
ISBN-10 9781425984007
Release 2007-01-01
Pages 296
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The greatest driving adventure in North America awaits you with this easy-to-use guide to the entire Alaska road system. Each section of The Alaska Highway covers what would be a comfortable day's drive, mileages, distances to campgrounds, services and highway hazards, while also conveying the romance, history and adventure of this once-in-a-lifetime adventure.



Alaska on the Go

Alaska on the Go Author Erin Kirkland
ISBN-10 9781602232211
Release 2014-03-15
Pages 352
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Alaska is a wonderful place to visit with children. From coastal communities to far-northern tundra, exploring the forty-ninth state has never been more accessible, provided parents are equipped with the right tools. Author Erin Kirkland details how to explore nearly every corner of our nation s largest state. Enjoy insider advice for fabulous kid-friendly destinations and attractions, trip planning to maximize time and budget, and interesting facts about Alaska s unique landscape and people. An honest, four-season representation of Alaska, this book provides readers with a practical guide to indoor and outdoor experiences that teach, engage, and delight kids of all ages and stages. Fresh, witty, and fun to read," Alaska On the Go: Exploring the 49th State with Children" is the only family travel guide written by an Alaska-resident journalist who also happens to be the mom of two boys."



RV the World

RV the World Author David Rich
ISBN-10 9781617929731
Release 2009-10-28
Pages 168
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The easiest, most comfortable, safest and least expensive way to see the entire world is by RV, which the author has done on every continent save Antarctica. When people learn the author and his wife have traveled the world continuously for 18 years, living in 147 countries, everyone is curious. The questions are always the same: Does it cost a lot to travel full time all over the world? How much? How are you able to navigate all those foreign countries? What's the best way to do it? Then comes, I wish I could do that, to which the author always says, Anyone can do it if they really want to. It's easy and inexpensive. The book answers all these questions and takes the reader on a tour of Europe, Scandinavia, North Africa and the Middle East, further answering where to go, what to do and exactly how to do it. The sights include all the Seven Wonders and much more, from fantastic cities, national parks, sprawling antiquities and incredible mountains to exotic shopping, fine dining and pristine beaches. Here's how to ship your own RV all over the world or go wherever you'd like and buy an RV there, obtain insurance, deal with foreign languages, the requirements of the proper RV and how to sell it locally before moving onto the next continent. Full-time international travel is easy when you know how to deal with the necessary details from mail, inoculations, documents, weather, costs, airfare, investments and healthcare.