The Scenic Route: Get Connected

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Alan Rider
June 7, 2013

In our travels along The Scenic Route one of our recurring struggles has been finding decent internet access. While many campgrounds now offer free wi-fi connectivity, the reality is that surfing the web, sending email and all the other online tasks you take for granted at home become a much more much... Read more »

The Scenic Route: Go Long!

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Alan Rider
May 31, 2013

Whether you’re newly retired or just have a whole bunch of accrued vacation days you need to burn through, there are some times when nothing less than a truly epic RV adventure will do.  Which, not coincidentally, is exactly what my family and I have been enjoying over the past year in our travels... Read more »

The Scenic Route: Short But Sweet

Welcome to Las Vegas sign on the Las Vegas Strip. 11/13/09

Alan Rider
May 17, 2013

Traveling The Scenic Route over the past year has been, quite literally, a long road.  As part of our twelve-month celebration of the twentieth anniversary of the National Scenic Byways program, we’ve brought you stories of some of the longest of these extraordinary routes, from the 584-mile... Read more »

The Scenic Route: Rock On!

Rock N Roll Hall of Fame Museum

Alan Rider
May 10, 2013

Over the months since my family and I set out to explore The Scenic Route, I’ve used both my full-length feature stories in the pages of Trailer Life and my weekly posts here to encourage and entice you to leave the soulless interstate highways behind and discover the many pleasures that come with... Read more »

The Scenic Route: Handy iPad Mini Add-Ons

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Alan Rider
May 3, 2013

In our travels along The Scenic Route we’ve found a few items that have made our time on the road a good bit easier. Topping that list has been our Apple iPad Mini, which has helped us do everything from finding a campground for tonight and scoping out tomorrow’s driving route to checking... Read more »

Premium Video Access

2-TLTV Video April

Bob Livingston , Publisher
May 2, 2013

Everyone knows “real men” don’t read instructions. For guys, assembling a new product and figuring out how it works is supposedly intuitive. Unfortunately, too many of us end up with our tails between our legs as we muddle through tricky situations trying to save face.  Today’s technology is... Read more »

The Scenic Route: Country Music Highway

Country Music Highway Museum, Paintsville

Alan Rider
April 26, 2013

Whether it’s singing along to a favorite CD as we pull our Kodiak 300BHSL trailer down the road or strumming the guitar around a campfire, music is a big part of our travels along The Scenic Route.  Which got me to thinking about the only one of the National Scenic Byways program’s 150... Read more »

Exploring Historic Route 66: Part III

HOLBROOK, AZ

Pamela Selbert
April 25, 2013

By early morning of day 10 on our five-week Route 66 odyssey we had said goodbye to Amarillo, Texas, and were watching this town of horses, cowboys, rodeos and more fade from view in our pickup’s rearview mirror. For the next two weeks we would be en route to Flagstaff, Arizona, a trip that includes... Read more »

New Torklift Hitch To Support Wounded Veterans

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April 16, 2013

 The SuperHitch Hero was recently released and named for this program to inspire people to support the Wounded Warriors Project and to challenge the RV and automotive industry to support them too. At www.torklift.com/hero, companies can donate directly to the WWP and watch the progress of the program.... Read more »

The Scenic Route: More North Carolina Byways

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Alan Rider
April 12, 2013

In the pages of this month’s issue of Trailer Life, I told you about another of our adventures along The Scenic Route.  Namely the pleasant week we spent being comfortably “marooned” along North Carolina’s Outer Banks Scenic Byway. If you’re thinking of following in our... Read more »

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