Let There Be Light


by Janet and Stuart Wilson
March 2, 2015

  Explore the spectacular scenery and luminous history of 11 Washington lighthouses on a Puget Sound road trip   We think it was serendipity. A chance conversation a few years ago at the cozy Rainbow’s End RV Park in Sequim, Washington, kindled a fascination with lighthouses and eventually... Read more »

Appalachian Playground

he base of Wonder Falls on Big Sandy Creek is a popular swimming hole near Morgantown.

by Carl Calvert
February 5, 2015

  On the West Virginia–Pennsylvania border, pine-studded peaks, serene forests and scenic state parks surround the charming community of Morgantown   Singer-songwriter John Denver knew what he was talking about when he referred to West Virginia as “almost heaven.” This picturesque Appalachian... Read more »

Splendor in the Ash


by Peter Lewis
February 2, 2015

  A century ago, nature unleashed its fury from Northern California’s Lassen Peak. Now the national park that surrounds the southern­most volcano in the Cascade Range is known for spectacular hikes, fascinating geology and bubbling hot springs   Peter Lassen was one of us. He explored... Read more »

Fowl Play


By Rhonda Ostertag
February 2, 2015

  Like RV snowbirds, our feathered friends are soaking up the sun before flocking back to their northern breeding grounds. Here are five places to get a bird’s-eye view of everything from crested caracaras to sandhill cranes along North America’s migratory flyways   In the past decade,... Read more »

Silver State Gem


by Pamela Selbert
December 30, 2014

  Experience wonder at Nevada’s ecologically diverse Great Basin National Park, where ancient bristlecone pines grow, a cave shares its sculpted-in-darkness glory and thousand-year-old pictographs tell the story of a long-gone civilization   For more than 400 miles, U.S. Highway 50 —... Read more »

The Flip Side of Florida


by Irene Middleman Thomas
December 29, 2014

  A coastal road trip across the Florida Panhandle reveals the less-visited side of the state with dazzling blue-green surf, sugar-white beaches, friendly locals and a distinctly Deep South vibe We pulled into the bridge’s tollbooth lane, pleasantly stuffed from our dinner of fresh batter-fried... Read more »

Going to the Dark Side


by Arline Chandler
December 28, 2014

  Step into a magical realm of subterranean treasures at Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave, Missouri’s Marvel Cave and New Mexico’s Carlsbad Caverns Across America, caves form the backbone of mountain ridges. Some remain wild; others are open for tours. While many of America’s tourist caves share... Read more »

Arizona’s Red Rock Country


by Emily Fagan
November 26, 2014

  Expect to be enchanted by the chic galleries, stone monoliths and spiritual energy of Sedona, the towering cliff dwellings of Montezuma Castle and the copper-mining community of Jerome, once known as the Wickedest Town in the West   Cresting the hill on the road into Sedona, Arizona, my... Read more »

Calico’s Silver Lining


by Donna Ikenberry
November 24, 2014

  California’s Old West mining town unearths a mother lode of history and good old-fashioned fun with a narrow-gauge railroad, gold panning and ghost tours Mention the words “ghost town,” and most of us probably think of an old haunted town, one devoid of humans and inhabited by nothing... Read more »

New Dates for 2015 Phoenix Rally


by Donya Carlson
November 24, 2014

Come join the fun, February 26 to March 1, 2015, at the Camping World/Good Sam Rally in Phoenix, Arizona! Organizers announced a new date for the upcoming Rally due to a change in NASCAR’s 2015 race schedule. The Rally features a vast exhibit area with hundreds of motorized and towable RVs, more... Read more »

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