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... 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... Read more »

Savannah’s Southern Charm

by Lisa Ballard
December 16, 2016

  Steeped in history, antebellum beauty and architectural treasures, Georgia’s oldest city begs to be explored on foot and by trolley I had never eaten a mountain of seafood until lunch at The... Read more »

Deep-South Doubleheader

by Larry Keller
December 15, 2016

  Step up to the plate for two major-league museums, just 66 miles apart in Georgia and South Carolina In a little more than an hour’s drive, baseball fans can visit the museums and gravesites... Read more »

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... Read more »

Canada’s West Side Story

by Larry MacDonald
March 29, 2016

  Off the mainland coast of British Columbia, Vancouver Island’s Comox Valley charms visitors with its friendly communities, gentle climate and alpine-to-shoreline geography As full-time RVers... Read more »

Gems of the Jersey Shore

by Jeremy and Stephanie Puglisi
March 29, 2016

  From Atlantic City to Cape May, the Garden State’s classic seaside strip glimmers with beaches and boardwalks, casinos and campsites  The sun is barely above the ocean horizon, and already... Read more »

Mississippi’s Scenic Highway 1

by Pamela Selbert
June 2, 2015

  Journey into the land that gave birth to the blues and experience deep-rooted traditions, small-town charm, and the history and flavor of the South   When my husband, Guy, and I are planning a trip,... Read more »

A Day in Albuquerque: Green Chile, a Towering Tramway and a ‘Grande’ Zoo

Sandia Peak Tramway

Nicholas Upton, Digital Editor
March 14, 2013

The city of Albuquerque, N.M., is a mecca for the unique food and culture found only in the “Land of Enchantment.”  Anyone traveling west from Texas or east from California should find time... Read more »

Archway at Kearney, Nebraska

November 1, 2010

It’s one reason that we are out here: to be wowed by what’s around the next turn. One of those surprises is near Kearney, Nebraska. It’s above — as in over and across — Interstate 80. I had... Read more »

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