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 »

Fly Away to the the Magic Valley

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by Bobbie Hasselbring
November 25, 2013

  Snowbirds Head to South Texas for Warm Weather, Bountiful Wildlife and a Little Taste of Mexico   They call it “El Magico Valle del Rio Grande” (The Magical Valley of the Rio Grande) and thousands of RVers who flock here every year for warm weather, bargain-priced living and loads of wildlife,... Read more »

Recapturing America’s Good 
Ol’ Days One Piece At A Time

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by Pam Windsor
October 28, 2013

  Larry Singleton has an 
unusual job — finding 
local and regional 
artifacts for new 
Cracker Barrel locations   Larry Singleton has spent the past 30-plus years traveling back in time, from the 1800s up through the 1940s, ’50s, sometimes dipping into the ’60s. It’s been a... Read more »

Water Park Fun 
in Wisconsin

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by Jeff Crider
October 3, 2013

  Indoor and outdoor Attractions Make the Dells a Year-Round Destination When Becky Gussel moved to Wisconsin Dells 12 years ago to help run a local campground, the area was busy during summer, but a rather sleepy place the rest of the year.It’s a different story today, thanks in part to an ongoing... Read more »

RV Adventures with Explorers 
and Inventors on Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island

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by Christine Goodier
August 6, 2013

RV trips often provide us the opportunity to learn about people and places we vaguely remember from school days long past. While traveling the coast of Cape Breton Island for a week, my husband, Bob, and I found ourselves following in the footsteps of explorers drawn to these shores for five centuries.Mid-summer... Read more »

A Motorhome Trip to Alaska

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Thomas Michalski
March 5, 2013

For More Information and a Free Guidebook, Click Here! My romance with Alaska began as a child when I poured over books about dog sleds, grizzly bears and ice-capped mountains. I was enthralled by the radio and later TV show, “Sergeant Preston of the Yukon,” and his famous sled dog, Yukon King.... Read more »

Blackhawk Museum in Danville, California

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Kathy Thompson
February 4, 2013

Automotive aficionados, especially those of the classic car persuasion, can flock to Blackhawk Museum in Danville, Calif., for a real treat. Blackhawk has two auto galleries displaying more than 90 historically significant automobiles in a building that competes with its contents. The 70,000-square-foot... Read more »

Wyoming: Devils Tower to Yellowstone

RVing through Wyoming

Bobbie Hasselbring
Photos: Anne Weaver
December 19, 2012

With its stunning desert landscapes, soaring Rocky Mountains and more than 75 rivers, Wyoming has long been a favorite of RVers. The Cowboy State is also home to Yellowstone, the first national park in the United States, and Devils Tower, the nation’s first national monument. We decided to take the... Read more »

Exploring San Antonio’s Treasures

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Gerald C. Hammon
November 29, 2012

I tend to avoid big cities in my explorations of our country. Having grown up in the hustle and bustle of the San Francisco Bay Area and spending much of my life in the Phoenix, Ariz., metropolitan area, I am usually quite content to look for removed, less populated destinations when I travel. However,... Read more »

Nebraska Home to World’s Largest Rail Yard

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Laura Michaels
September 11, 2012

Motorhome travelers crossing “the Cornhusker State” of Nebraska can take a break from their Interstate 80 drive with a stop in North Platte, a town that serves up a bird’s-eye view of the world’s largest rail yard. From the eight-story-high Golden Spike Tower, look out over Union Pacific Railroad’s... Read more »

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