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Veteran “Leaf Peepers” will tell you that there are few places in North America as stunning as the Great Smoky Mountains National…
Normally, dispersed camping in National Forests is just a matter of finding a road on the Motor Vehicle Use Map…
October has become one of the busiest camping months of the year! RVers by the tens of thousands flock to their…
When it comes to RVing, it's thinking about the things you never thought of before that make the biggest difference.…
I consider myself uber lucky to have met so many wonderful RVers during my travels. I have visited a few,…
Maybe you think steam trains were all the west has to offer, but you would be wrong. The Durango &…
We return from most trips with a short list of things to do or fix. These are seldom anything to…
We're all constantly seeing it  – some really bad RV drivers are out there with us on the road. But…
It is hard to imagine that it has been close to three years since Jim, my husband, died. I have…
Our trip to the southwest on historic Route 66 has taken us through some beautiful scenery, but in reading about…
On our slow Roadtrek trip southwest following Historic Route 66, we found a listing for the New Mexico Mining Museum…
Wait until you hear how you'll be soon using the Internet in your RV! After lots of interesting reader questions,…
“Texas' best kept secret,” said one Texas governor. He referred to “The Grand Canyon of Texas,” Palo Duro Canyon. We…
I love making desirable discoveries by accident. When my friend, Nancy and I travel together we try to be aware and…
Route 66 crosses the Texas Panhandle, and the best known city is Amarillo. The premier RV museum in the Southwest…
Over the past four years, Jennifer and I have turned into Lewis and Clark junkies. The story of the amazing…
“You must call Jerry McClanahan in Chandler. He wrote the book you just bought,” said Laurel Kane, owner of the…
It doesn't matter where you go, what you do, or how you enjoy your RV – just as long as…
If you're headed west across the northern plains, crossing mile after mile of prairie, the Bighorn Mountains in northcentral Wyoming…
Craftsman welder and artisan Hugh Davis created a surprise wedding anniversary gift for his wife Zelta between 1970 and 1972.…
We're a sucker for small town festivals. So when we saw that Plains, Georgia – population 683 –  was holding…
On our trip along historic U.S. Route 66, we are finding wonderful scenes and historical places through Missouri, Kansas (13…
I've written before on our travel style – Serendipity, or just seeing what we come across and stopping whenever something…
Missouri is known as the “cave state,” and on our trip down Historic U.S. 66 we passed three well-known show…
The RVing experience is like snowflakes – no two are the same for any of us because the freedom of…
Sharon and I were looking for new roads and sights as we came east to the Kitchener Roadtrek factory and…
Wow, the time flies. I have been back in my stationary home for two weeks. Wow. Is it good to…
While planning our trip to the Southwestern U.S., we knew the journey was to be enjoyed. It seemed like the…
So there we were, cruising East on I-80 in Ohio when we passed this airplane-shaped vehicle with a strange saying stenciled across…
With the peak summer travel season behind us, thoughts for many begin to turn toward snowbird season. But RVing for an extended…
Our Roadtrek has oak cabinet doors and some oak interior trim. The cabinet walls are mostly a plastic oak veneer…
Last you heard I was out on the Pacific coast enjoying the last few days of summer. For the past…
In business, having more demand than supply is usually a good thing – and that just happens to be the…
As we've traveled the country we've noticed something about many of the baby boomer retirees we've been meeting. They aren't…
Class B owners tend to be experts in compact packing. Among other things we tend to have compact camp chairs.…
This week on the podcast we meet an RVing couple that travels from Paradise to Paradise. And in this week's episode, they…
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