Archive for 2007
>The RV Cooking Show recently received an astonishing 21 honors on YouTube for their latest RV Cooking Show episode – Mom’s Famous Thanksgiving Cranberry Sauce during its first few days on the website.
Ranking #1 Recently Featured in the How-to/Style category in 18 countries – on five of the seven continents, viewers from Germany to Australia to Russia to Japan to Brazil to the USA and more helped propel this RV Cooking Show episode to the top. Mom’s Famous Thanksgiving Cranberry Sauce also took the #28 spot for Mobile Downloads and was in the top 100 Most Linked To – again in the How-to/Style category. YouTube tracks many statistics for videos – honors are automatically granted by the system to videos which rise to the top.
“I can just imagine Mom’s Famous Thanksgiving Cranberry Sauce being prepared and sampled worldwide! These spectacular honors have increased viewership and subscribers – both on YouTube and the RV Cooking Show’s website – http://rvcookingshow.com,” remarked a delighted Evanne Schmarder, the show’s host and producer.
The RV Cooking Show has enjoyed a remarkable response from RVers and those interested in learning more about this mode of travel. Other RV Cooking Show videos have received honors in the past and future kudos are anticipated as the RVing and camping community discovers this gem.
>A full-time RVer with a passion for food, fun and RVing, Evanne Schmarder, owner of Roadabode Productions, proudly introduces the RV Cooking Show – www.RVCookingShow.com. Part travelogue, part cooking show, each less-than-10-minute episode – filmed in her RV kitchen – shares travel tips, ideas and recommendations on popular RVing locales and products then walks viewers through the preparation of a delicious destination-related dish. Past episodes include a tour of Albuquerque’s 505 Chili Factory and Huevos Rancheros.
>Here’s a great video of a restoration done by Tim Shepard of a 1960 Airstream he purchased on eBay. Tim completely gutted and re-built the inside including all new appliances, air conditioner and furnace along with new wiring and plumbing.
On the exterior major frame repairs were done and new dexter axles with torsion suspension and hydraulic brakes replaced the original factory axles. And the whole trailer was polished to a better-than-new shine. Great job Tim!
The trailer’s restoration was documented on The Vintage Airstream Podcast
in 2006 and 2007. Photos of the Airstream’s restoration can be seen at the theVAP.com Website.