Earth Day Is April 22nd, But Every Day Should Be Earth Day

  April 22, 2013 is Earth Day . What does Earth Day mean to you? Do you even know what Earth Day is? Do you know what it is about? Have you really thought about the impact that you make on this planet? I mean, have you REALLY thought about it? It’s not enough for …

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Texas Floods: An RVer’s Nightmare and What You Can Do

  If you have traveled around, or have  lived  in Texas this past month then you know you need some high water boots, or a boat to get around. The floods in Texas are some of the worst in history with the Brazos and Trinity rivers rising to record levels. The devastation has been horrible. …

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PPL Motorhomes Cuddles for Kids Teddy Bear Drive

It’s that time of year again, and it’s one of my favorites. It’s our Annual Cuddles for Kids Teddy Bear Drive and I feel it is one of our most important events of the year. With the holidays coming up, we always like to donate to less-fortunate kids all across Texas. Again this year, we’re …

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Honoring Veterans on Veteran’s Day 2013

Having a son who will one day be a veteran himself, I have never been more proud of his choices, accomplishments and how he has grown from that little guy tracking mud into the house, into the man he is today who is literally a protector of our country. Our values and way of life …

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Why You Should Buy, Or Put Your RV On Consignment

Now, I know I write a few times a year about why putting your RV on consignment is a wise thing to do for quite a few reasons, actually. First, I’m not talking to those RVers who rarely use their RVs either. I’m talking to the Hypothetical RVer who puts decent mileage on their rig …

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2013 Texas Recreational Vehicle Association; It’s Been A Trip

This is a bittersweet time for RV Nana today.  As most of you know, I have served as President of the Texas Recreational Vehicle Association (TRVA) for the past two years and the grand finale was last weekend at our annual convention in Austin.  Surrounded by friends and family, I passed the gavel on to …

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Hurricane Season Starts June 1st

Hurricane season is almost here, actually, by the time you read this it will have started. Are you prepared? This isn’t just an RVing post, because I hope you aren’t actually RVing when a storm lands. This a hurricane preparedness post. With the weather being as unpredictable as it was this year, you are better …

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Moms Of Soldiers And Soldier Moms…We Love You!

When was the last time you called your mother? With Mother’s Day just around the corner  it reminded me of the old  “MOTHER” acronym, you remember the one: “M” is for the million things she gave me, “O” means obstacles she overcame with me, “T” is for the tears she shed for me, “H” is …

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One Year Anniversary Of PPL Motorhomes New Braunfels

Hello, RV Nana readers! I wanted to write a quick post to tell everyone that, “It’s time to celebrate”! This month marks the 1 year anniversary of the opening of our fantastic PPL Motorhomes location in New Braunfels. This location is a popular destination for all Central Texas RVers. If you are an RVer, and …

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Texas Travel For The Holidays And After

I’m constantly amazed at how much the great state of Texas has to offer travelers of all types. You can literally find nearly every type of land formation and climate from the Gulf Coast the the tip of the Panhandle. That’s why I’m shocked when I hear people sometimes saying things like, “I wish Texas …

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