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

Torklift

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

North Carolina

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 »

The Scenic Route: By The Book

300 Best Drives in the US

Alan Rider
March 29, 2013

On our year-long travels along The Scenic Route, we’ve used a number of sources to uncover some of the many interesting stories we’ve brought to you here and in the pages of Trailer Life magazine. While we’ve found the National Scenic Byways program’s website to be a good starting... Read more »

The Scenic Route: Give Me A (Spring) Break

Alabamas Coastal Connection

Alan Rider
March 22, 2013

Spring break.  Two words that conjure up images of wild debauchery in those traditional destinations where college kids revel in doing things that they either won’t recall or will end up regretting later. All of which leads me to conclude that spring break—like youth itself—is wasted on the... Read more »

The Scenic Route: A KOA Giveaway

KOA Giveaway

Alan Rider
March 15, 2013

After a long, grueling day researching all the cool things to see and do along The Scenic Route (I know, tough job, but somebody’s gotta do it), my family and I want nothing more than a quiet place to just kick back and relax.  And, over the past nine months we’ve been on the road, we’ve... Read more »

The Scenic Route: 6 Must-Have Apps For RVers

Must Have Apps

Alan Rider
March 8, 2013

When we first set out on our year-long quest to follow The Scenic Route, we loaded every tool we thought we might need—from an air compressor to a roll of Gorilla Tape—into the side compartments of our ARE DCU truck cap.  Recently though, it’s a new digital tool we find ourselves reaching... Read more »

The Scenic Route: The All-Americans

Red Rock Scenic Byway

Alan Rider
March 1, 2013

When you hear the phrase “All-American,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind?  For most of us those words conjure up images of sports teams in general and, at this time of year, baseball teams in particular. Peoria Sports Complex, spring training home of the Mariners and Padres... Read more »

Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) Sneak Peek

Stuart Bourdon headshot

Stuart Bourdon, Editor-In-Chief
February 25, 2013

Late last year we attended the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) National Trade Show in Louisville, Kentucky (Nov. 27-29). There were hundreds of new RVs packed into the Louisville Exposition Center, and as we walked the show it appeared as if the place was awash with trailers and motorhomes... Read more »

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