TOC: August 2011

July 19, 2011
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Canyon de Chelly National Monument
Hard to pronounce (Chelly is “shay”) but not hard to enjoy, this hidden gem in northeast Arizona has Navajo culture and sweeping canyons

Roughing It Through the Rockies
cover image 2011 Aug TLMAlthough a departure from the author’s usual accommodations, this three-state Rocky Mountain RV trip can’t disappoint

Prince Edward Island
This Canadian province offers a peaceful seaside escape with delicious seafood and a landscape that inspired “Anne of Green Gables”

A Road Trip Along Maryland’s Civil War Trails
Honor the Civil War’s 150th anniversary by following these trails to more than 200 historic sites while also taking in the scenery and tourist hot spots

A Military Salute
Visitors can attend special events and sites for the Civil War Sesquicentennial, including Manassas National Battlefield Park, in Prince William County, Virginia

Stowe, Vermont
Plan an early fall trip to this charming area filled with covered bridges, cheese, cider makers and rustic shops

Ford F-150 and Jayco Jay Feather Select X213

The family-style Jay Feather X213 is a light load and made a great towing partner for the 2011 Ford F-150 on a trip to Iron Gate reservoir in Northern California

AC Genset Showdown
Three portable generators from leading manufacturers go head to head — find out which one came out on top

Tire-Pressure-Monitoring Systems

Protect your tire investment and improve tire safety with one of these comprehensive systems

Hold It Up

Installing a Hatchlift retrofitted door-lift system will hold up your exterior compartment doors when accessing storage.

Forest River Surveyor SP-240
Lightweight and eco-friendly, this aerodynamic trailer can be towed by many midsize SUVs while still offering plenty of amenities

RV Retrospective: 1938 Reo & Curtiss Aerocar Trailer
High-tech and high-end (for its time), this duo was built for slow, luxurious road travel

Oswald’s Bear Ranch, Michigan: America’s Outback
Dean Oswald thought about getting a dog 25 years ago, but decided on a bear instead. The result is Oswald’s Bear Ranch in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

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One Response to “TOC: August 2011”

  1. Yvonne on January 13th, 2012 3:09 pm

    Roughing it in the Rockies
    I always enjoyed reading Trailer Life until August 2011. I am very dissappointed in your coverage “Roughing it in the Rockies” The first picture shows Morraine Lake in Banff National Park, Canada. Morraine Lake is the most pictured lake in Canada and used to be on the $20 (CDN $) bill. There is nothing about the Canadia Rockies in the entire article. So, please don’t use pictures that have no connection to what you print. I am sure you could have used a beautiful scenery picture for any of the Staates covered in the articles. There are a lot of georgeos places in the various areas.

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