Cherishing Chattanooga

At the Tennessee Aquarium, hand-feeding the manta rays is a highlight.

by Lynn and Glenn Pribus
October 4, 2013

  In this storied town where once the river was wild and crisscrossing train tracks brought in locomotives, the “Scenic City” is now a top family destination   We were humming “Is that the Chattanooga choo choo?” for weeks after our visit to this engaging city in southeastern Tennessee.... Read more »

Atlanta Camping World/GoodSam Rally, October 17-20, 2013

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by Roger Fenton
September 24, 2013

  Billed as The Greatest RV Rally in the World, the Atlanta Camping World/Good Sam Rally will take place at the Atlanta Motor Speedway, in Hampton, Ga., just 30 miles south of Atlanta proper. • Rally Admission with RV Parking-2 adults dry camping $199. • Rally Admission with RV Parking-2 adults,... Read more »

Amazon CamperForce: Your Next Adventure

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Laura Michaels
September 16, 2013

  RVers are known for their enthusiasm, always looking for their next destination and exciting experience. For RVers, then, Campbellsville, Ky., Coffeyville, Kan., and Fernley, Nev., might not be the first towns that come to mind when thinking about that next adventure. But adventure is exactly... Read more »

Table To Go

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September 6, 2013

  For RVers on the go, the porTABLE is an 81/2-pound low, cocktail-type table that folds into three sections down to 71/2 by 11/2 inches. The legs are attached via threaded portions that fit into crossbraces. It’s a handy table that holds up to 30 pounds to set up outside your RV in camp or to... Read more »

Civil War Sites and Spelunking in New Market, Virginia

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by Arline Zatz
September 6, 2013

  Exploring the diverse museums and stunning geologic formations of the Shenandoah Valley Founded in 1796, New Market lies in the heart of Virginia’s scenic Shenandoah Valley. This small, peaceful town with a mere 1,700 residents boasts lovely tree-lined streets, quaint shops, historic buildings... Read more »

200 Years of History

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by Len Cousineau
September 5, 2013

  Camping, hiking, scenic views, Nike Missile Site and Alcatraz Island — all in a national park that hugs the California coastline for nearly 60 miles The most recognizable and iconic manmade structure in the Western United States is indisputably California’s Golden Gate Bridge. This engineering... Read more »

Lush Landscapes & Steaming Lattes

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by Irene Middleman Thomas
September 5, 2013

  From bustling Seattle a short ferry ride gets you to the San Juans, where each island has its own charm and the pace is slower It’s a misty, gray morning in my hometown in Colorado and I’m actually glad — because it feels like Seattle. I’d just spent six days in the gloriously green, vibrant... Read more »

Trail of the Ancients

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article and photos by Alan Rider
September 5, 2013

  This National Scenic Byway in Utah and Colorado offers new mysteries of a vanished civilization at every turn In an age where scientists have been able to explain the workings of everything from the smallest subatomic particles to the movements of distant galaxies, I’m happy to report there’s... Read more »

In Search of Mayberry: Step back In Time to Mount Airy, North Carolina, Birthplace of Actor Andy Griffith

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by Lisa Halvorsen
August 8, 2013

  “Whoop, whoop.”A short blast of the siren pierces the air as a police car pulls into Wally’s Service Station on South Main. It coasts past me slowly, rolling to a stop in front of an adjacent brick courthouse. Curious, I watch from a short distance as the sheriff escorts his suspects inside.It... Read more »

Flaming Gorge: Land of Red Canyons, Aquamarine Water and Vivid Rainbows in Utah and Wyoming

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by Emily Fagan
August 8, 2013

  Flaming Gorge is exactly what its name describes: a spectacular, fiery canyon of towering red rocks carved into existence by the immense power of the sparkling Green River at its base. For millennia the river was a thin ribbon that snaked along unevenly at the bottom of the canyon, but the construction... Read more »

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