Route 66: Part II Attractions

Route 66 Logo

Pamela Selbert
February 6, 2013

ROUTE 66 AREA ATTRACTIONS: SPRINGFIELD, MO TO AMARILLO, TX CARTHAGE, MO: JASPER COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 302 S. Main St.; 417-359-8181; www.Visit-Carthage.com. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the elegant courthouse was built 1894-95 of limestone from Carthage mines. Said to be the state’s... Read more »

Web Exclusives: Alaska’s Historic Richardson Highway Photos

Alaska Wrangel St. Elias NP Chisana Hike to Alder Lakes

Lisa Densmore
January 2, 2013

The Richardson Highway, a 366-mile route from Fairbanks to Valdez, Alaska, is both destination and journey. This historic motorway cuts through the southeastern Alaskan interior to Prince William Sound. Over a century ago, gold prospectors followed the route in hopes of striking it rich. Though the only... Read more »

January Web Exclusives: Route 66 Area Attractions (Part 1)

CUSTOMIZED 49 MERCURY AT SPRINGFLD, IL

Pamela Selbert
December 5, 2012

CHICAGO: ADLER PLANETARIUM AND ASTRONOMY MUSEUM, 1300 South Lake Shore Drive; phone 312-922-7827; web site www.adlerplanetarium.org.  This first planetarium built in the Western Hemisphere offers displays about astronomy, telescopes, space exploration, a Sky Show and much more.  THE FIELD MUSEUM, 1400... Read more »

Web Exclusive: New Mexico Photo Gallery

Donna Ikenberry
November 7, 2012

The December issue explored El Malpais National Monument in New Mexico. Here are some extra photos not seen in the magazine. El Malpais may mean “the badlands” in Spanish, but there’s nothing ugly about the place. Click through the photos below and enjoy the Southwest’s beautiful cultural heritage and... Read more »

Discovering Louisville By RV

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Tom Kaiser
April 3, 2012

South of downtown Louisville, the Kentucky Exposition Center is the epicenter for the Good Sam Rally taking place June 21-24 that will draw thousands of RVers. Attending the Rally will give you the perfect opportunity to make yourself comfortable, stay a while and explore the area. A relatively undiscovered... Read more »

RV Learning Center To Award Scholarship

Trailer Life Magazine
January 24, 2012

The RV Learning Center is offering scholarship money to deserving sophomore, junior or senior undergraduates majoring in business, finance, economics, accounting or other RV-related subjects. The RV Learning Center awards a $2,500 scholarship annually and the application deadline has been set for June... Read more »

1948 Westcraft Sequoia: the Redux

Westcraft Sequoia 1948

Ken Freund
January 11, 2012

The Westcraft Manufacturing Company of Los Angeles and later Burbank, California, manufactured two different lines of trailers: Westwood and Westcraft. The earlier Westwood brand models included the Coronado, Montecito, Monterey, Tahoe and Sequoia. The Westcraft series included the Coronado, Montecito,... Read more »

Experience an Authentic Alaskan Vacation

Trailer Travel In Alaska

April 5, 2010

There are a couple of different ways one can vacation in Alaska, and not all of them are equal. Some people come to Alaska for the experience of visiting a place that most consider “exotic.” Yet when these travelers finally reach the Far North, they stay in chain-style hotel rooms, and attend... Read more »

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