Monday, January 08, 2007

RV Show attracts those who love camping with the comforts of home

You could have seen the colors from an airplane — a blue field, then a yellow field, a quilt of pretty patches from the sky.

But as Peggy Muth recalls it, she had such a sweeter view from the ground, sitting beside her husband, driving their trailer past fields of flax and canola in Canada. They could stop to see the colors up close at any time. And they did.

"Just beautiful country," she sighed.

Muth, 71, stood among thousands of other RV lovers Saturday at the Tacoma Dome, describing the virtues of traveling the country by camper, trailer and motor home.

The five-day Tacoma RV Show, which continues from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. today, drew all types of drivers, from the owners of red Ford trucks to the buyers of sleek, black, luxury sedans. They wandered through a range of RVs, climbing the narrow stairs of $10,000 trailers and stepping through the spacious living rooms of $501,000 motor homes.
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