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plants.usda.gov — The PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories. It includes names, plant symbols, checklists, distributional data, species abstracts, characteristics, images, crop information, automated too…
1137 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
GObotany.newenglandwild.org — What kinds of plants can I identify? The Go Botany Simple Key helps you identify thousands of native and naturalized plant species in New England. You can also identify subspecies and varieties. Many of these plants grow outside of New England, though, so this key is useful well beyond our region. …
1137 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
Northernbushcraft.com — Edible Berries of Northwest This guide provides a list of edible berries in Northwest: bearberry (aka kinnikinnick) black currant blueberry (aka bilberry) bunchberry chokecherry cloudberry cranberry crowberry gooseberry hawthorn raspberry red currant saskatoon berry (aka service be…
1138 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
Northernbushcraft.com — Wild Edible Plants of Northwest Territories This guide provides a list of edible plants in Northwest Territories, Canada including the Yellowknife area and the Aulavik, Nahanni, Pingo, Tuktut Nogait, and Wood Buffalo National Parks. This list only contains "safe" plants - those that are easy to …
1138 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
NorthernBushcraft.com — Northern Animal Tracks beaver cougar fox hare lynx mink mouse otter porcupine racoon skunk squirrel wolf wolverine
1138 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
NorthernBushcraft.com — This guide provides a list of edible mushrooms in the Pacific Northwest, including Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. This list only contains "safe" mushrooms - those that can be reliably identified and have no deadly-poisonous lookalikes. As a safety precaution, all mushrooms should be cook…
1138 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
TinCanTourists.com — The club is open to everyone and ownership of a vintage trailer or motor coach is not a prerequisite for membership. The club abides by the original guiding principles of clean camps, friendliness among campers, decent behavior and to secure plenty of clean, wholesome entertainment for those in the…
1167 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
RVradionetwork.com — The RV Radio Network is an ARRL affiliated association of RV enthusiasts who also share an interest in Amateur Radio. Here you will find information about rallies, hamfests, radio nets, and other activities of interest to the members of our club. You will also find various other Ham Radio and RV r…
1167 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
RussianRiverTravel.com — Northwestern California ••  The Russian River is located a short drive from the San Francisco bay area and Sacramento. For over a 100 years it has been the preferred getaway for these cities. Come for the wine, river, redwoods and coast. Come to relax in the grandness of nature. There is no better…
1171 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
spectrumdata.com — Planning a trip? Here are Moose Lodges with RV parking.
1187 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
bidstrup.com — Full timing -- Is it right for you? Lots and lots of folks dream of doing what I did -- it's called "full timing" by those who do it. Latest estimates are that over a million North Americans are full-timers, living permanently in their RVs with no permanent address. Many are retired, but many othe…
1187 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy
legendsofamerica.com — Boondocking is not really a good term, but has somehow come into common use.  Dry Camping (parking anywhere without or with limited amenities) is more accurate. Independent Parking is the preferred term. It means that you are prepared to dry camp but, make use of amenities when they're available. …
1187 days ago · 0 comments · From rvguy

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