Four Places at Once?!

Natural Wonders Delicate Arch is just one of the more than 2,000 natural stone arches that can be found in Arches National Park, which contains the largest concentration of natural stone arches in the world.

July 25, 2017

  In the Four Corners region, RVers can visit multiple national parks, a national recreation area and an amazing national monument — all in less than 700 miles Two rebellious young women boldly climbed onto a stone arch in Utah’s Canyonlands National Park, proudly defying the rules, when a... Read more »

A Grand Time

By Alan Rider
January 27, 2016

    Experiencing a truly unforgettable visit to Grand Canyon National Park requires more than simply stopping and staring It is perhaps America’s best-known natural wonder. But few of the 5 million people who visit Grand Canyon National Park each year ever do more than stare down into... Read more »

Icons of the Old West

By Mary Zalmanek
December 16, 2015

    Approximately 1.6 million saguaro cacti can be found within Arizona’s Saguaro National Park If you haven’t seen a saguaro cactus since John Wayne quit making westerns, there’s no better place to see this icon of the Old West than Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona. In 1933,... Read more »

White Sands and Desert Dwellings

White Sands National Monument covers 275 square miles, making it the largest gypsum dune field in the world.

By Mary Zalmanek
October 26, 2015

  From subterranean curiosities to an ancient cliff city to a painting bear, southern New Mexico is a desert wonderland   Since New Mexico lies due south of our home state of Colorado, it’s a state my husband, Jim, and I visit often, usually on our way to somewhere else. We frequently notice... Read more »

Lake Havasu City: Arizona’s Playground

By Mary Zalmanek
March 30, 2015

  In addition to outdoor activities — mountain biking, boating, fishing, golfing and hiking — this town is home to an English Village and historic London Bridge   A sign on the outskirts of Lake Havasu City invites visitors to “Play Like You Mean It.” My husband, Jim, and I accepted... Read more »

Out of This World

By Morey Edelman
December 19, 2014

  The Future is Here … and it’s in Southern New Mexico   America’s first commercial spaceport, Spaceport America, is open for business. Both SpaceX, which is testing orbital payload rockets, and Virgin Galactic, which will be flying paying passengers into space, are utilizing this new... Read more »

A Winter Escape to Phoenix

By Mary Zalmanek
November 21, 2014

  Find plenty of sunshine, outdoor adventures and fascinating attractions in the heart of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert   While the rest of North America was enduring the brutal 2014 winter, my husband, Jim, and I spent two glorious weeks in Phoenix, Arizona, where weathermen were reporting... Read more »

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 »

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 »

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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