Posts Tagged ‘camping’

Old Mojave Road

First a little history; Dating back to the Native Americans that lived in the south-western region of North America, the Mojave Road, or Old Government Road as it is also known as, has been a thoroughfare for transportation between the southern Colorado River and the coastal basin that is now Los Angeles....
March 8th, 2020 | Headlines, Weekend Adventures | Read More

54th Annual March Meet Drag Race at Famoso Raceway

I spent last weekend at world famous Famoso raceway near Bakersfield, Ca. to watch the world’s largest nostalgia series drag race. I had two goals in mind; watch the best top fuel dragsters and nitro funny cars go head to head on a new 1/4 mile track and to check out how the fans have fun between...
March 10th, 2012 | Weekend Adventures | Read More

Winegard Sensar IV Replacement Head

I don’t want to admit it but sometimes I want TV while camping.  By Mark Chekel   Let’s face it; everybody’s wants and needs are different for watching TV while out camping in my toy hauler. Mine fall on the lower end of the spectrum. I’ll watch a little news or catch a program during...
November 7th, 2011 | Accessories Hi-lite | Read More

Taking Life One Gear at a Time with Andrew

In Toy Hauler Adventures’ continuing quest to highlight inspiration figures in the sports we love, we bring you Andrew… By Ryan McWilliams Andrew was born in 2004 with a condition called ‘Ulna dysplasia’. Basically, your forearm is made of two bones (ulna and radius) but Andrew was...
July 1st, 2011 | Headlines | Read More

Cinder Hills OHV – Memorial Day 2011

Cinder Hills is a 13,500 acre off-road area located about 13 miles Northeast of downtown Flagstaff, Az. in the Coconino National Forest.   At an elevation of 6,900 feet above sea level, it provides a great summer getaway for some of us desert dwelling people.  The Cinders themselves are a small brown...
June 2nd, 2011 | Destinations Hi-lite | Read More