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October 1, 2004

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In This Issue:

Arizona Winters
Florida Winters


1. Misc.

Itasca Recognized as "Best Buy"
Winnebago Industries' 2004 Itasca Sunova has been recognized as a Consumers Digest Best Buy, defined as a product that offers the most value for a given amount of money. The coach is featured in the magazine's June 2004 edition.

RV, the Movie
Imagine a movie that, according to Variety, chronicles two weeks in the life of an average, dysfunctional American family as they set out on "the most dangerous, high-stakes, life-threatening and traumatizing adventure of their lives ." No, it's not the plot for Swiss Family Indiana Jones - it's the premise behind RV, a new film slated for production that's said to have attracted the interest of comedian Robin Williams. The movie will be produced by Sony's Red Wagon unit for Columbia Pictures.

Highway Deaths Down in 2003
Highway deaths fell in 2003, despite an increase in the mileage driven by Americans. The Transportation Secretary said that 42,643 people died in highway accidents in 2003, a reduction of 362 fatalities from 2002. The number of fatalities per 100 million miles driven dropped to 1.48, the lowest number since the number was first tracked in 1966. More seatbelt use and crackdowns on drunk driving were credited with the reduction.

New pages have been added to the Camp Host US Site! Take a look at what Google Answers has to say about the camp host.



2. Arizona Winters

The Tonto National Forest in south-central Arizona is
seeking long-term campers. In the past, stays at two
popular campgrounds were limited to 14 days. But that's
been changed to seven months, from October to April. The
campgrounds, Windy Hill and Cholla, are at the Roosevelt
Lake Recreation Area and have 553 camp units. Both are
by Roosevelt Lake and offer fishing and boating. They are
in the Sonoran Desert where winter temperatures average
in the 70s.



3. Florida Winters

Florida will be accepting applications for winter volunteers from this website..get your spot now at one of Florida's many fine winter parks.


This has been one rough ride here in Florida this hurricane season..things are starting to dry out here in Atlantic Beach. We are really looking forward to the winter season in Hanna Park. It is a great spot to camp host especially if you like the cooler winter temps that this area provides in the coming months.

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