Exploring the World of Camper Culture With WGN’s Dave Hoekstra


Americans have long enjoyed hitting the open road in an RV or camper.

A new book by writer and WGN Radio host Dave Hoekstra celebrates that so-called “moveable American dream.” It’s called “The Camper Book: A Celebration of a Moveable American Dream.”

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Hoekstra joins us in discussion. You can read an excerpt of “The Camper Book” here.


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