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We're asked all the time what National Park is our favorite and we have to say, when all is said…
Remember Phillips 66 gas stations? Well, Frank Phillips made his money in the oil business and he thought about building…
Charleston, South Carolina is full of bloody history, low country folklore, and pirate tales, so us finding such a thing…
One of nature’s most unusual spectacles – synchronous fireflies — takes place in June, and it’s a good idea to…
I've written before about Destin FL and its awesome beaches, it's upscale dining and shopping and how it's one of…
We're on the road heading south in search of spring. And as folks have asked, we're virtually bringing you along,…
I confess to being a bit of a snob about the east. My journalist days often took me up and…
Craters of the Moon is a U.S. National Monument and National Preserve in the Snake River Plain in central Idaho…
We've traveled through Georgia dozens of times over the years but it wasn't until we got off the interstate that…
One of our favorite RV journeys was a trip that followed parts of two historic routes: The Lewis and Clark Expedition…
What a great week it was, bringing 30 RVs to the Roadtreking Great Smoky Mountains for a week of hiking…
They call the part of Northeastern Maine up towards the Canadian border “Down East.” And it's a term applied in several different ways. In…
You may never have visited this area of amazing shifting sea of red sand dunes and red rock canyons in Southwestern…
Our Roadtrek has its sea legs. Sometimes, to really appreciate something, you have to immerse yourself in it. So it…
Yellowstone National Park is America’s first national park, a national treasure and a must visit for every RVer. A place…
Of all the with all the travel we’ve done the past four years, what has impressed us the most are parts…
In central Kentucky, the Mammoth Cave National Park is not only a geological wonder that is unequaled in scope, it…
Get ready for he Roadtreking Fall Foliage Boondocking Adventure in the Porcupine Mountains Oct 10-13, 2016! At the height of the…
It’s taken us a few years to develop our traveling style but, with more than 100,000 miles now under our…
The Oregon Trail, and the ancillary trails that led from it, constituted the single greatest migration in America – consisting…
If you are a regular reader, you know Jennifer and I love to RV across Michigan's pristine Upper Peninsula – the…
As we’ve traveled across North America, visiting wilderness areas and National Parks, one park consistently came up at the top…
Zion National Park is so spectacular and beautiful that the early pioneers called it Zion, like the Holy Place in…
It was John Steinbeck who named Route 66 “the Mother Road” and for countless tens of thousands from roughly 1926…
We are at Site 17 on the Ocean Loop at Assateague National Seashore in Maryland for a week. Assateague is…
When Yan Seiner and I first tossed out the idea of a winter RV campout in the Upper Peninsula of…
Everyone knows we Michganders love to represent our state by showing our hand. Here, try it. Take your left hand…
A big draw here on the Roadtreking blog are posts about RV travels -places to visit and things to see. …
So, what's your worse nightmare about an RV trip?  Having a mechanical breakdown in the middle of, say, Montana, at…
“Don’t miss Meat Cove!” It was a beautiful fall day on Prince Edward Island. We were talking to a couple…
Of all the eight states that touch the Great Lakes , Michigan – with 2,147 miles – has the most…
The one thing we have learned on this Verizon Great Lakes Shoreline Roadtreking Tour is that very often, a surprise…
Michigan's UP is hemmed in by three of the Great Lakes. Everyone knows about Superior and Huron but the lake…
Of all the traveling we’ve done on this 4,000-mile Verizon Great Lakes Roadtreking Shoreline Tour, Lake Superior’s North Shore in…
There’s a reason it’s called Superior. There is no other lake like it in the world. It is truly immense,…
Oh boy. There goes the schedule. With 10 segments due on our Verizon Wireless Tour of the Great Lakes shoreline…
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