RVwest’s 10 most popular articles of 2015

These stories were the ones most appreciated by our readers last year.

Snowbirding in Canada is a great way to take in the local scenery. — David Morgan photo/Photos.com
Our snowbirding RVers enjoyed reading about both southern and northern destinations. — David Morgan photo/Photos.com

As 2015 came to a close, we looked back to see which of our articles garnered the most attention from our online audience.

Here are the top-ranking stories, according to our readers:

1. The cowgirl way to RV

When Sandy Avery’s 25-year career in the insurance industry came to an abrupt end in 2013, she knew exactly what to do: hit the road to live out her lifelong dream of exploring Western Canada and the southwestern U.S. by horseback.

2. A grand cross-country journey

In 2012 Ronald and Danielle Saumure took a trip of a lifetime, from Ottawa to Alaska.

3. From farm to your plate

Cache Creek is situated on the Thompson Plateau at the junction of the Cariboo and Thompson valleys.

4. Frank Slide continues to draw a crowd

 Frank Slide Interpretive Centre has all the information you need to know about Canada's deadliest rockslide.

5. It’s hard to keep up with these Joneses

For Jena and Glyn Jones, boondocking with their RV is more than just a way to experience adventure.

6. The Gillard family guide to trouble-free RVing

The Gillard family—Ryan, Sue, son Chance (nine) and daughter Kayden (six)— love the outdoors, and RVing is just an extension of many other activities they enjoy.

7. Experience the Calgary Farmers Market

This booming market is one of the biggest attractions for RVers camping in the Calgary vicinity.

8. RVing with heart

 Go RVing Canada and Make-A-Wish ® Canada combined forces in the first National RV Weekend at sites across the country.

9. Buying an RV on reality TV

 The GAC reality show Going RV follows buyers to a Las Vegas dealership.

10. Eating local across Canada

This retired couple sold wares at farmers markets as they travelled.


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