Exploring California’s Central Coast

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by Cyndi Hoelzle
March 19, 2014

  From Big Sur to Santa Cruz, the Pacific Coast Landscape is Filled with Rugged Beauty, Windswept Cypress Trees and Rocky Cliffs   It’s just like in the movies. The narrow, two-lane road snakes along, hugging the cliffs. On one side, the Santa Lucia Mountains soar upward. On the other side,... Read more »

A New Leash on Life

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by Christine Goodier
February 24, 2014

  Meet RVer Karen Brockett and Her Hearing Dog, Cherelle   On a warm summer day in South Dakota, Karen Brockett is outside, like a lot of other RV owners, walking her dog and enjoying the scenery on a biking/hiking trail. A sudden movement of the dog’s head alerts Brockett that something is happening... Read more »

Southern California’s Antelope Valley

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by Ken Reid
February 24, 2014

  Located About an Hour Northeast from the Hustle and Bustle of Metropolitan Los Angeles, Lies a Desert Haven for Nature Lovers   If you enjoy clean air, a temperate high-desert climate, miles of unobstructed visibility, rugged beauty and peaceful solitude offered by surrounding mountains —... Read more »

Finding Old Florida

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by Christine Goodier
February 24, 2014

  A Motorhome Journey Down the Atlantic Coast “They’re paving the whole state,” observed novelist John D. MacDonald’s fictional alter ego, Travis Magee, back in 1982. And there’s no doubt that development has changed Florida since the days when my family piled into a ’56 Chevy to visit... Read more »

Red Rock, Blue Water

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by Eileen Hubbard
February 21, 2014

Sand Hollow State Park, Utah Warm, azure-blue water surrounded by red sandstone terrain draws RVers from around the country to Sand Hollow State Park in southwest Utah. Located 15 miles east of St. George, Utah, this 20,000-acre state park offers boating, fishing, camping, hiking and off-highway vehicle... Read more »

Take Me Out to the Ball-Game

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By Dennis and Cheryl DeNoi
January 27, 2014

  Warmer Weather Beckons RVers to Spring Training Camps   If you could ask your motorhome where it would like to go this spring, it just might reply, “Take Me Out to the Ballgame!” That is, to Major League Baseball’s (MLB) spring training camps, which are located in Florida and Arizona. A... Read more »

Four Fabulous Texas Parks

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by Donna Ikenberry
January 27, 2014

  These state parks with campgrounds offer an array of outdoor activities for RVers   Texas is big, and has more than enough state parks to keep RVers busy exploring for a long time. Although I haven’t visited them all, I do have four favorites — Palo Duro Canyon, Caprock Canyons, Seminole... Read more »

Las Vegas: Beyond the Glitz and Glamour

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by Mary Zalmanek
January 23, 2014

  The Gambling Capital of the World Offers Much More than just Gaming   The Las Vegas Strip draws visitors from all over the world with its gambling, glitz and glamour. However, I wanted to see what lies beyond the slot machines and poker tables, since I’ve never been much of a gambler. The... Read more »

Keen on Kenai

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by Bobbie Hasselbring
December 23, 2013

  An RV Tour of this Peninsula Reveals Calving Glaciers, World-Class Fishing and Whale Watching   Alaska is on many RVers’ bucket lists. They save for a lifetime to “do Alaska.” However, Alaska is HUGE — 663,300 square miles to be exact. If you divide Alaska in half, Texas would still be... Read more »

Meeting Winter Along Oregon’s Coast

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by Rhonda Ostertag
December 19, 2013

  Savoring the Off-Season in the Pacific Northwest   While winter snowbirding is the answer for many, for a few freewheeling spirits confronting winter head-on is the preferred ticket, and it doesn’t get much better than at the Oregon coast, where the Pacific Ocean is anything but placid.... Read more »

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