Resources

Amazon Affiliate

I often include links to products I like in my posts. I’m an Amazon.com affiliate. If you access Amazon through the link below or any Amazon links in my posts, I’ll earn a few coins on any purchases you make as a referral fee.

The price you pay is the same as if you went directly to Amazon. This Amazon program might help me sock away a few coins for the beer fund!

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Camping World

Camping World also has an affiliate program similar to Amazon.

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Passport America

This program pays for itself! It offers 50% discounts (subject to limitations set by individual campgrounds). I’ll definitely renew our membership!

Passport America

Blogs I Follow

Technomadia

Roads Less Traveled

Our Odyssey

What’s Newell

Wheeling It

Nick’s Blog

Urban Escape Vehicle

Interstellar Orchard

Open Road 365

On the Road of Retirement

RVOutlawz

Rolling Recess

 

Forums

IRV2.com

RV.net

RVNetwork (Escapees)

 

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6 thoughts on “Resources

  1. Chuck Wronka

    To: Mike Kuper… I am brand new to owning an Alpine 2001 38′ coach… I have only had it a few months..
    I have a mid door coach as well #38201 and it is fantastic… It has been over a decade since I drove a
    monster like this.. My coach is also a Sonora Premium Exterior paint like yours… and unfortunately
    I got too close to some rocks on a narrow road… Can you tell me where I can find out the specific Alpine
    exterior paint color numbers for these three shades of brown/tan… I am trying to match the lower panel
    color on the storage hatches… Do you have any suggestions ? Love this coach… everywhere
    you look quality ! If I can just keep it on the road in one piece… HaHaHa Regards, Chuck

    Reply
    1. Mike Kuper Post author

      Hi Chuck, welcome to the Alpine Coach family. Have you checked out the Alpine Coach Association web site? They have paint information there. Also, IRV2.com has an Alpine Coach forum that’s very active. I don’t have the paint codes on hand.

      Reply
  2. Marty Hansen

    I live in Springfield, Mo and have been reading your Blog for a week or two. If you did not see the museum at College of the Ozarks, go back, it is a well kept secret and well worth your time,

    Reply

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