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Delicious Fall Recipes

Nothing represents Fall more than cool weather, autumn leaves, and pumpkins. To celebrate the lovely autumn weather we decided to compile a list of some tasty treats that you are sure to love . Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars Ingredients: 1 1/3 cups all-purpose flour2/3 cup light brown sugar, packed1/2 cup chopped pecans1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, softened8 ounces cream cheese, softened1/2 cup canned pumpkin3/4 cup granulated sugar2 large eggs, lightly beaten1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice Cream Cheese Frosting Ingredients: 8 ounces cream cheese, softened1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened2 cups powdered sugar1/4 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon . . . Read more

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How well do you know Wyoming?

Think you know everything about Wyoming? Do you consider yourself an expert on all things Wyoming? Take our quiz and test your knowledge!   Sonny's RVs We hope that you enjoyed our quiz on all things Wyoming and that it inspired you to go out and explore our gorgeous state! Do you need anything RV related for your next trip? Let us help! At Sonny’s Rvs we carry a large and diverse inventory of great RV parts and accessories. Our online parts store is stacked full of great items and accessories you will be sure to need for your next camping adventure! Looking for a place to service your RV? Look no further, our friendly staff of Master Certified RV Technicians are knowledgeable, experienced . . . Read more

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Wyoming Camping Dangers

Wyoming is the perfect state for camping. With gorgeous mountain ranges, the first national monument and the world renown Yellowstone National Park it’s no wonder millions of campers flock to Wyoming each year. When camping in Wyoming it’s extremely important to be mindful of the animals that you share the landscape with. We compiled a list of animals that you should be wary of encountering while enjoying our beautiful state.  Bears Wyoming is home to both grizzly bears and black bears. It’s extremely important for campers to know what to do if they encounter a grizzly bear or a black bear, both animals tend to respond to encounters with humans very differently. However, . . . Read more

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Friends and Foes: A Guide to Snakes

When camping or hiking it’s likely that you’ll run into snakes. Snakebites can be very dangerous depending on the species; others are harmless and their bites require minimal treatment. As a rule of thumb, keep your distance and do not provoke any snake to bite. However, if you happen to be bitten by one, it is paramount that you identify the species and receive the proper medical attention.   Dangerous Snakes Coral Snakes Coral snakes are native to the South and Southwest regions of the United States. They have red, yellow, and black markings that make them easy to confuse with the nonvenomous kingsnakes. You can typically distinguish the two snakes by remembering the rhyme . . . Read more

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Five Stunning Vacation Spots Around Wyoming

It’s that lovely time of year again when the sun is shining and all you want to do is pack up and start your summer adventures. Rather than having to deal with the long lines and overcrowded airplane cabins, you can skip the hassle and take a trip in an RV! The United States is full of natural wonders that are relatively unknown compared to Niagara Falls and the Grand Canyon but are just as magnificent. Here are five beautiful places in the US that you can easily experience in an RV. Grand Prismatic Spring The Grand Prismatic Spring is located in Yellowstone National Park and is the largest natural hot spring in the United States. Known for its unique coloring, the Grand Prismatic Spring . . . Read more

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It’s National Picnic Day!

Today is national picnic day. A great day to get out to your local park and spread out the checkered table cloth. The picnic is an iconic image that is warm and inviting. So invite your friends and family out for a nice lunch or early dinner on the grass. In celebration of National Picnic Day, we’re going to help you with your picnic lineup. Here are a few dishes we think might be picnic worthy. Grilled Buffalo Sandwiches Ingredients: ½ cup of hot sauce ¼ cup of unsalted butter 3 tbsp ketchup 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts hamburger buns ranch dressing Directions: Preheat the grill. In a bowl mix hot sauce, butter and ketchup. Save ¼ of the mixture. Add chicken . . . Read more

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RVing for Your Health

Traveling is Just What the Doctor Ordered Everybody loves a good vacation. Taking in sights and scenery while spending quality time with your loved ones. What’s not to like? For most people, taking a vacation isn’t a high priority. With bills and work, trying to make a vacation happen can sometimes seem impossible. Although trying to squeeze in a vacation every year seems like a daunting task, recent studies have emerged about the health benefits of traveling. These studies have shown that traveling is actually a very important factor in your overall wellness. The Framingham Heart Study According to the Global Coalition on Aging, the Framingham Heart Study began in 1948 with 5,209 . . . Read more

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What Full House can Teach us About RVing

It was one of the most iconic shows in the 1990’s. With great catch phrases, amazing characters and heartwarming charm, Full House captured America with every episode. If you ever watched Full House, you got to see kids grow up, relationships form and most importantly you got to see a family in every way possible. I think one of the main reasons Full House was so enjoyable was that it made large families seem normal. It made people realize so many things that they could take back to their own family, whether it be lessons on how to raise kids or just how to be a family. Full House can teach us a lot about RVing with friends or family as well! I know that’s weird, but trust us, once . . . Read more

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