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,... 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... 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... Read more »

On the Shore in Wilmington

The annual Carolina Cup Stand Up Paddle Board Race is the largest on the East Coast and draws hundreds of paddleboarders to the waters around Wilmington.

by Paula Loehr
May 27, 2016

  Cloaked in Southern hospitality, North Carolina’s historic port town on the Cape Fear River charms visitors with quaint-to-quirky shops and cafés, a historic battleship and a trio of classic... Read more »

In the Land of Oz

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by Richard Varr
February 29, 2016

  Revel in the Wild West charm of Kansas, where tallgrass open prairies and stream-carved valleys compete for attention with small-town museums and fascinating, unexpected world treasures It’s... Read more »

High-Desert Highway

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by Janet and Stuart Wilson
February 29, 2016

  Route 97 is a highway to heaven for RVers cruising from Northern California to British Columbia along the east side of the Cascade Range The Alaska Highway in California? That’s what an old... Read more »

Tennessee Treasure

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by Pamela Selbert
January 29, 2016

  Sprawled across the Cumberland Plateau between Nashville and Knoxville, 26,000-acre Fall Creek Falls State Park sets the stage for adventure with thundering waterfalls, untouched forests, scenic... Read more »

Out Yonder in Oregon

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by Emily Fagan
September 24, 2015

  It takes a little time to reach this remote part of the West, but visitors to the state’s far-northeastern corner are richly rewarded once they arrive Our first stop was Baker City (population... Read more »

Grand Canyon of Texas

A tom turkey strives to impress one of the local hens at Palo Duro Canyon State Park.

by Donna Ikenberry
August 28, 2015

  Twenty miles south of Amarillo in the notoriously flat Texas Panhandle, Palo Duro Canyon surprises with spectacularly colorful rock formations, a bonanza of wildlife and an epic Lone Star musical   Mention... Read more »

Under the Idaho Sun

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by Emily Fagan
July 30, 2015

  Tucked in the Sawtooth Mountains, the intimate winter ski town of Sun Valley shines each summer with arts, entertainment, recreation, scenery and celebrity sightings The community of Sun Valley... Read more »

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