National Museum of World War II Aviation


by Mary Zalmanek
November 21, 2014

  An amazing display of World War II-era aircraft being restored in Colorado Springs   The National Museum of World War II Aviation in Colorado Springs, Colorado, opened in 2012 to explore the role aviation played in winning the war. Our guide, Phil Heacock, explained America’s isolationist... Read more »

Dimensions of Denali


by Bobbie Hasselbring
November 21, 2014

  A journey to this majestic national park includes side trips that are quintessentially Alaskan   Denali. For those familiar with the great Alaskan mountain, the tallest peak in North America, Denali (aka Mount McKinley) brings up images of a massive, snowy peak towering over the landscape... Read more »

Calling All Snowbirds


November 6, 2014

Traveling south? Come to Tennessee

Bringing The Inside … Out


October 24, 2014

  Sponsored Feature     Luxury parks work to offer snowbirds and year-round RVers services and amenities generally reserved for upscale hotels and exotic resort getaways   There comes a time when RVing isn’t about roughing it, becoming one with nature or cavorting with local... Read more »

Shellicious Sanibel Island


by Bobbie Hasselbring
October 20, 2014

  A Snowbird’s Paradise in Old Florida   When the weather howls, many RVers head for warmer climates. One of the least explored snowbird destinations is Sanibel Island, a subtropical barrier island in Southwest Florida with lots of warm emerald waters and gorgeous sunsets perfect for RVing.... Read more »

Spectacular Sedona


By Ken Reid
October 16, 2014

  An Awe-Inspiring Red-Rock Wonderland in North-Central Arizona   Spectacular! That’s the word my wife, Gayle, and I use to describe our visit to the 140,000-acre area known as Red Rock Country, surrounding the town of Sedona, Arizona, in the Coconino National Forest. During our decades... Read more »

Superior Fall Travel


By Rhonda Ostertag
September 25, 2014

  A tour of the U.S. section of Lake Superior follows scenic and rugged shoreline through Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin Although fall in New England is legendary, tripping through autumn along Lake Superior in the U.S. Northern Tier states of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan ain’t bad.... Read more »

Autumn Camping in the Adirondacks


By Patricia Krasenics
September 24, 2014

  New York’s Lake Placid and Whiteface Mountain region offers abundant fall color, fun special events and plenty of recreational opportunities   In the late 1800s, wealthy families from New York City and Albany traveled to the unspoiled wilderness of upstate New York to escape the gritty... Read more »

Northern California’s RV Playground


by Ken Reid
August 27, 2014

    The area between Grass Valley and Lake Oroville offers a bounty of outdoor adventures   Even though my wife, Gayle, and I have traveled to this part of Northern California many times in our motorhome, there are still points of interest that we haven’t seen and fun activities that... Read more »

Way Off the Beaten Path

The heart of Chaco Canyon is Pueblo Bonito, planned and built between A.D. 850 and 1250 by ancestral Puebloans.

by Christine Goodier, Photos by Robert Goodier
August 21, 2014

  New Mexico’s Chaco Culture National Historical Park is rugged AND REMOTE, with clear, dark skies perfect for night-sky viewing What if you could drive your motor-home right into the center of a place as highly regarded as the Acropolis in Greece, England’s Stonehenge or the Egyptian Pyramids,... Read more »

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