Columbia’s Foundation

by Pamela Selbert
May 1, 2017

  Covering a lot of ground in Missouri’s well-rounded college town where the university prevails over a city rich in history Columbia, sometimes called “the Athens of Missouri,” has almost always been a college town. Located in Boone County, in the center of the state, where wide-open prairie... Read more »

Simply Gorge-ous

by Bobbie Hasselbring
May 1, 2017

  Few places in the world are as spectacular, or as perfect for  an RV trip, as the Pacific Northwest’s Columbia River Gorge Fourteen million years ago, glacial floods carved 4,000-foot basalt cliffs and a deep chasm for the mighty Columbia River. Today, the Columbia Gorge forms the boundary... Read more »

Take the Plunge

by Emily Fagan
May 1, 2017

  Waterfall magic at New York’s Watkins Glen State Park We love sunny days in our travels, but on our RV trip to Watkins Glen State Park, crown jewel of western New York’s Finger Lakes, we found ourselves blessed with a series of downpours. Brooding skies threatened as we began our hike on... Read more »

Charleston’s Glory Days

by Jeremy and Stephanie Puglisi
March 31, 2017

  Savoring the culinary renaissance and cultural treasures of South Carolina’s oldest city It is our first morning in Charleston, and our tour guide, Sabrina, is outfitted in a pirate costume with a live parrot perched on her shoulder, as she leads us through the historic downtown area. We quickly... Read more »

To the Brink and Back

Rock climbers, like condors, flock to the park. The volcanic rhyolite is less stable than some other rock formations, so care should be taken when climbing.

by Peter Lewis
March 27, 2017

  Soaring to new heights in California’s Pinnacles National Park, home to rocky crags, spelunking caves and a thriving colony of endangered condors   Pinnacles is one of America’s newest national parks, crowned in 2013 after a 105-year apprenticeship as a national monument. Like all national... Read more »

Back on the Road in the Far North

by Bobbie Hasselbring
March 1, 2017

  Part two of an epic Alaska Highway trip travels south from Kluane National Park to the northern Rockies before stepping on the brakes at Milepost Zero This year marks the 75th anniversary of the legendary Alaska Highway, making it the perfect time to explore the World War II engineering wonder.... Read more »

Sarasota’s Three-Ring Circus

by Emily Fagan
March 1, 2017

  Miles of soft-sand beaches, a vibrant arts community and a weekly farmer’s market come together along the boardwalks and under the big top on Florida’s Gulf Coast Sarasota is a colorful waterfront paradise halfway down the Gulf Coast of Florida where the beach sand feels like powdered sugar... Read more »

On the Trail of Billy the Kid

The iconic portrait of 20-year-old William H. Bonney (right), nicknamed Billy the Kid, shows him clutching an equally iconic Winchester rifle.

by Peter Lewis
February 1, 2017

  A New Mexico National Scenic Byway tracks the life and times of a notorious outlaw for a compelling lesson in frontier history I’m one of those people who needs only the flimsiest of excuses to go exploring. Not long ago I was listening to one of my favorite movie-soundtrack albums, and it... Read more »

Alaska: Great Land in the Far North

by Bobbie Hasselbring
January 26, 2017

  This year marks the 75th anniversary of the iconic highway linking Dawson Creek, British Columbia, to Delta Junction. For RVers, it’s the ultimate road trip For many RVers, the Alaska Highway is one of the must-drives on their bucket list. With spectacular scenery and fascinating history,... Read more »

New York’s Watery Playground

by Kenneth W. Dahse
January 6, 2017

The Finger Lakes region embraces nature’s handiwork with thundering waterfalls, deep gorges, miles of pristine shoreline, peaceful woods and rolling hills for hiking and biking. The bucolic countryside is also home to premier golf courses, wineries, microbreweries and a multitude of state parks According... Read more »

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