Secret Slice of Oregon

Spotting a dusky grouse near Fish Lake brightened what was an already memorable day on the Wallowa Mountain Loop.

by Bruce W. Smith
November 30, 2016

  The Hells Canyon Scenic Byway is a nature lover’s back door to grand vistas and outdoor adventures A bald eagle swoops down from its perch high atop a tall, slender pine at the lake’s edge and gracefully plucks a fat trout from the clear water — breakfast on the fly. The morning sun bathes... Read more »

Pines by the Sea

Visitors can observe elephant seals lounging and jousting at the rookery in Piedras Blancas for free every day of the year.

by Donya Carlson
November 30, 2016

  Cambria, located midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, is an adventurer’s delight The community of Cambria, established 150 years ago, is a small seaside town on the central coast of California with plenty to do. Characterized by its Monterey pine forest (one of only five remaining... Read more »

Seaside in Virginia

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by Paula Loehr
October 28, 2016

  Maritime history, a massive stone fortress and miles of scenic waterfront lure RVers to four cities on the fringes of the Old Dominion State Midway between New York and Florida, a full spectrum of sights and activities keeps RVers engaged as they roll through the waterfront towns of Virginia... Read more »

Birds of a Feather

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by Dave G. Houser
October 27, 2016

  New Mexico’s 57,000-acre Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge is a seasonal home to sandhill cranes and snow geese that take off en masse in the early hours of daylight It is a chilly November morning at New Mexico’s Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge where a friend and I have... Read more »

Back at the Ranch

The building on the right, the Stallion Barn, housed London’s beloved Shire horses. On the left is a manure pit, as London was committed to replenishing the soil that had been depleted by earlier farming.

September 29, 2016

  Paying a call at the Northern California home of author and adventurer Jack London a century after his death Trailer Life readers are adventurers. To varying degrees, certainly, but adventurers, nonetheless. Whether we read about destinations and travel there vicariously or actually load up... Read more »

Now Playing in Nashville

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by Pamela Selbert
September 28, 2016

  On the Cumberland River in the rolling hills of central Tennessee, the   Old South meets the present in a city with more to note than music When visiting Nashville, Tennessee, world renowned as Music City, you may be tempted to ask a few residents what makes their town tick. That’s because... Read more »

America’s Newest National Parks

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by Dave G. Houser
August 31, 2016

  Tag along as we celebrate the centennial of the National Park Service and its commitment to safeguarding America’s treasures On August 25 in 1916, President Woodrow Wilson signed the National Park Service Organic Act with a mission to administer, preserve and protect the country’s then-fledgling... Read more »

Hooked on Tillamook

Author Bobbie Hasselbring proudly displays her own catch, a wild king salmon weighing in at 25-plus pounds.

by Bobbie Hasselbring
August 31, 2016

  Flush with possibilities for fishing, crabbing, clamming, kayaking, surfing and hiking, the glorious northern Oregon coast lures sightseers, seafood lovers and outdoor enthusiasts I feel the tug on my fishing line. At first, it’s just a little bump, then a series of strong pulls. I’ve caught... Read more »

The National Park Highway

Hikers on the spectacular trail to Grinnell Glacier in Glacier National Park.

by Lisa Ballard
July 25, 2016

  A leisurely exploration along U.S. Route 89 throug h Wyoming and Montana With the National Park Service celebrating its centennial this year, what better time to travel U.S. Route 89, also known as the National Park Highway. The Wyoming and Montana stretch of Route 89 connects three of the country’s... Read more »

New Hampshire’s Little Engine That Could

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by Emily and Mark Fagan
July 24, 2016

  Completed in 1869, the Mount Washington Cog Railway was the first of its kind. Riding the rails to the top of New England’s highest peak in this engineering marvel is a trip back in time The bright-red coach of the Mount Washington Cog Railway train glinted in the early morning sun as it chugged... Read more »

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