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Vermont Museum Celebrates History and Culture of RV Travel

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Vermont Museum Celebrates History and Culture of RV Travel

Vermont Museum Celebrates History and Culture of RV Travel

Vermont Museum Celebrates History and Culture of RV Travel

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Every summer millions of Americans pack their bags and hit the highways in recreational vehicles. With many Americans fearing air travel, industry groups say RV travel is more popular now than ever. For All Things Considered, reporter Brian Mann visits Vermont's Shelburne Museum, which has an exhibit celebrating the history and culture of the RV lifestyle.

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