Saturday, March 26, 2005

Higher gas prices not stopping many RVers

L.H. Boots, a retired Oklahoma rancher and oil man, enjoys traveling to Wyoming rodeos and Arizona horse sales in his $350,000 motor coach and he isn't about to let fuel prices of more than $2 per gallon spoil his fun.

"At my age, I'm going to do what I'm going to do," said the 90-year-old Boots, whose motor home was among about 6,000 parked at this week's Family Motor Coach Association's 73rd International Convention.

RV enthusiasts like Boots are one reason spiraling fuel prices have yet to put the brakes on the sales and use of gas-guzzling recreational vehicles. Full Story...

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