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
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 »

British Columbia’s ‘Secret’ Sunshine Coast

ayaking in Smuggler Cove is a fun and peaceful way to enjoy the Sunshine Coast.

by Bobbie Hasselbring
August 19, 2014

  Extending 110 miles along the Strait of Georgia, from Howe Sound to Desolation Sound, this Canadian west coast wonderland is filled with coastal bays, uncrowded campgrounds and old-growth forests North of Vancouver, British Columbia, there’s a strip of waterfront called “the Sunshine Coast”... Read more »

Wyoming’s Wild Side

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by Mary Zalmanek
July 29, 2014

  A 6-day, 600-mile tour through the Cowboy State reveals Buffalo Bill history, antique guns, Western whiskey, dinosaur fossils and relaxing hot springs Our trip to Wyoming was the kind of vacation I used to fantasize about in my pre-motorhome days: no stress, no expectations and a generous deadline.... Read more »

Up, Up and Away at the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

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by Christine Goodier
July 23, 2014

    This 9-day event fills the sky with colorful, fanciful figures and puts RVers right in the heart of the action   Some days it pays to get up early. Last October we rolled out of bed, donned our warmest jackets, and left our Class B Sprinter motorhome in the dark. The world’s largest... Read more »

Beyond Bourbon

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by Pam Windsor
June 24, 2014

  Get into the spirit of things in Bardstown, Kentucky, with the town’s famous whiskey, ghosts and Civil War history Bardstown, Ky., gets a lot of attention for its status as the Bourbon Capital of the World thanks to its many bourbon distilleries, but this warm, welcoming small town has so... Read more »

Holiday in Halifax

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by Christine Goodier
June 19, 2014

  A getaway to Nova Scotia’s capital reveals maritime mysteries and military majesty   Halifax, Nova Scotia, has it all: noteworthy museums, outdoor cafes and even an intriguing mystery or two. Like many RVers, we sometimes skip big cities, anticipating long commutes from distant campgrounds,... Read more »

8 (plus 3) Good Reasons to visit the Badlands

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by Karen Lee Ensley
June 19, 2014

  This South Dakota National Park is filled with bountiful wildlife, rugged scenery and endless adventure Why would any sensible traveler want to venture to a place named Badlands? Here are eight reasons — plus three nearby attractions — why you’ll want to pack up the motorhome and head... Read more »

Yellowstone Your Way: A First-Timer’s Tool kit

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by Christine Goodier
June 2, 2014

  Planning a trip to see Old Faithful? Here’s what you need to know before heading off to the world’s largest collection of geysers Tell a few people you’re going to Yellowstone National Park and you’ll suffer from information overload. Your helpful boss or mother-in-law’s idea of a... Read more »

Sip and Savor the Okanagan

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by Bobbie Hasselbring
June 2, 2014

  Considered British Columbia’s fruit basket, this fertile valley also produces 90 percent of Canada’s wine   My girlfriends and I need an RV getaway. Our “must-haves” include beautiful scenery and great food and wine — and not a lot of driving. Josie, my friend who lives in Vancouver,... Read more »

Louisville, Kentucky

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by Pam Windsor
May 30, 2014

  More Than Just Fast Horses and Baseball Bats, this city offers unique museums and the WORLD’S ONLY FULLY UNDERGROUND ZIP-LINE COURSE When you think of Louisville, the Kentucky Derby or the Louisville Slugger often comes to mind. But it may surprise you to find this city on the banks of the... Read more »

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