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Let's Talk Weather

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 23, 2020 5:22:33 PM / by Greta Skinner posted in Troutdale, Las Vegas, Spokane, Blue Dog RV, Severe Thunderstorm, Shelf Cloud, Severe Weather, Tornado, Flash Flood, Awareness, Hail, Lightning, Twister, Weather, Severe Thunderstorm Watch, Severe Thunderstorm Warning, Wall Cloud

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Welcome back to another blog! We’ve visited so many different topics. I don’t necessarily think of it as being random, I think more of trying to cover a wide range of things while keeping it fun, but informative. 

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Coast to Coast

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 23, 2020 4:53:15 PM / by Mariah Fietsam posted in Warranty, Medford, Post Falls, Redmond, Hiking, Camping, RV, Blue Dog RV, Outdoors, Business, Trailer, Savings, Traveling, Walks, Tiny House, Dealerships, Adventure Awaits, Service, No Cost, Free, No Deductibles, Perks, Lifetime, Annual, Agreement, New Purchase, For The Win, Contact Us, Coast 2 Coast, Open Road, Young Wild and Free

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Why the Coast to Coast Lifetime Warranty is important?  When you shop with Blue Dog RV, you get many perks at no cost to you that include a lifetime warranty, no hidden fees, two deep cycle batteries, full propane fill,  pre-delivery inspection, and 2-hour walk-thru orientation, Thousand Trails membership for one year, and full interior and exterior detail. Today, I’m going to go over our Coast to Coast Lifetime Warranty and why it is important to you. Let's start off with; It’s free!!!! This warranty is free with the purchase of any new recreational vehicle at any Blue Dog RV Dealership. This extra bit of comfort you won’t find anywhere else. Let’s take a look at what it all comes with.

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Ten Ways to Avoid Over Crowded Trails Part One

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 23, 2020 4:29:58 PM / by Allison Reidt posted in Oregon Tourism, RV Destinations, Motorhomes, RV Ownership, trips, Family Vacation, Travel, Bend, Pasco, Redding, Washington Tourism, California tourism, Hiking, Camping, Explore Oregon, RV, Adventure, Blue Dog RV, Outdoors, RV Travel, California, Hidden Wonders, Explore, Leave No Trace, Trails, RVing, Oregon Hikes, Family Friendly, Memories, RV Camping, Teaching, Safety, Tips, Tricks, Part one, Hiking Safety, Biking, Glaciers, Earth, Hunting, Traveling, Washington Hikes, Tiny House, Wanderlust, Bucketlist, Dreams, Advantages of RV Ownership, RV Vacations, River

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Hiking. We all love it, but if you’re anything like me, you don’t like your hikes to be crowded with tons of people. Being in nature is a new trend that has been sweeping the Instagram nation. Being out hiking and getting fresh air is never a bad thing, but it does overcrowd hiking trails. I love to hike in all seasons, but summer is by far the busiest. Here are ten tips and tricks that I live by to Avoid Over Crowded Hiking Trails.

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What an RV Means to Me Part Three

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 23, 2020 2:32:30 PM / by Amy Isaak posted in Kennewick, Fife, Hiking, Camping, RV, Blue Dog RV, Campfire, Fishing, Mountains, Trailer, Boondocking, Grandparents, Hayden, General Store, Green Water, Icecream, River, Creeks, Gold Panning, Mount Rainier

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My camping adventures had started when I was four years old when my grandfather and grandmother had purchased a small travel trailer. All my first camping memories started with them. As I got older and grandpa quit is a truck driving job and became a school bus driver, we had more time to pursue this camping passion. With him being a school bus driver we had every weekend and all summer to go on our adventures together. 

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Best Part of RV Ownership

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 16, 2020 5:00:50 PM / by Teresa Gaglio posted in Troutdale, Medford, Post Falls, RV, Family Fun, Blue Dog RV, Winter Camping, National Parks, RVing, Jayco RVs, Road Trip, Tiny House, Advantages of RV Ownership, RV Communities, Healthy Camping Meals, RV Vacations, RV Clubs, RV Storage, Green Tips for RV Owners, Jayco Owners Club

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Welcome back Blue Dog RV friends and Family!!! I hope your holidays were a time of renewing family relationships as well as getting reacquainted with friends you may have lost touch with last year!!

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The History of Route 66 Part Three

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 16, 2020 4:31:04 PM / by Julie Hurlbert posted in History, Travel, Kennewick, Fife, Adventure, Route 66, Mother Road, Journey, Hayden, Diners, Bucketlist, Dreams, Motel, New Mexico, Arizona, Saloon, Museum, Alburquerque, Drive Inn

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Welcome to Part Three of the History of Route 66!

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Oregon's Wanderlust

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 16, 2020 4:02:05 PM / by Brianna Hamilton posted in Family Vacation, Travel, Las Vegas, Spokane, Redmond, Hiking, Camping, RV, Oregon, Oregon Waterfalls, Family Fun, Blue Dog RV, Explore, Oregon Coast, RV Camping, Waterfalls, Tiny House, Wanderlust

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Oregon’s Wanderlust

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First Aid Kits…Trust Me You Want To Build One

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 9, 2020 4:32:22 PM / by Allison Reidt posted in Family Vacation, Bend, Pasco, Redding, Hiking, RV, Adventure, Blue Dog RV, DIY, Beauty, Explore, Environment, Family, Dos and Don'ts, Safety, Hiking Safety, Washington Hikes, First Aid Kit

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Welcome back, Blue Dog Family! Camping season is here and its time for us to start hiking! When getting ready to start a hike, we tend to start thinking about gathering gear; clothing, shoes, ropes, food, etc. One thing we tend to overlook is our first aid kit. When I first started hiking I was under the impression that a store-bought, premade, first aid kit was fine. I was thinking “I’m just walking, what could possibly go wrong?”. For the most part, that’s true. Major accidents rarely happen when hiking, but you are exposed to minor misfortunes. This is why having a personalized backpacking first aid kit is a must. Today we will talk about why we choose to build our first aid kits, best practices, and I will share what we put into our kit. 

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Coeur d'Alene, Idaho The Winter Wonderland of the Northwest

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 9, 2020 4:17:56 PM / by Mariah Fietsam posted in Medford, Post Falls, Redmond, Camping, Blue Dog RV, RVing, Holiday, Trailer, Deck the Halls, Christmas, Decorations, Christmas Spirit, Cookies, Camper, Santa, Treats, Christmas Trees, Snowboarding, Traveling, Eat, Food, Walks, CDA, Journey To The North Pole, Holiday Rambler, Wreath, Bald Eagles, Boat Cruises, Coeur d'Alene Resort, Warm Milk, Elves, The Shops, Snow Skiing, Snowmobiling, Eagle Watching, Gooeys, Resorts, Snowman

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If you’re traveling this time of year, one of your pit stops should be Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. There is something very magical about this time during the winter. Plus, there are lots of activities to do for the outdoors folks, who aren’t afraid of a little chill in the air. From Santa’s North Pole Cruises to daylight eagle watching its a winter wonderland here, in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

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Love the Outdoors!!

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 9, 2020 3:47:13 PM / by Amy Isaak posted in Kennewick, Fife, Hiking, Camping, RV, Adventure, Fall, Nature, Blue Dog RV, Outdoors, Fishing, Holiday, Skiing, RV Camping, Winter, Hayden, Love, Coyotes, Seasons, Snowboarding, Biking, Spring, Summer, Waterfalls, Sealife, Glaciers, Stars, Earth, Hunting, Seafood, Night Sky, Dunes

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Not everyone loves the outdoors but those of us that do know the best way to experience it is to go camping. Go camping at the ocean, go camping in the forest, go camping at the mountain ranges, or go camping in the desert. The possibilities are so endless. The seasons change and the camping experience will change with those seasons. The best way to camp is in an RV where no matter the weather or conditions you will either have a warm place to cuddle up when its cold or a cool place to step out of the heat when it gets too hot.

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