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A Taste of New York

Savor waterfalls, wine and Buffalo wings on a motorhome trip through the Empire State Jaw-dropping waterfalls. Eye-popping art made of glass. Verdant vineyards. What could possibly make our trip to…

Go for Zion and the Parks, Stay for St. George

To truly appreciate a motorhome tour through southern Utah and northern Arizona, it may require multiple visits When my husband, Jim, and I first drove our motorhome through St. George,…

History, Heavenly Gardens and Hot Springs

Exploring the Portland, Oregon, area by motorhome delights all senses During our motorhome trip through Oregon, my husband, Jim, and I lingered to explore historical sites and beautiful landscapes, and…

In Living Color: Explore the last California grassland

Wildflowers and wildlife are on full display at Carrizo Plains National Monument, the Serengeti of the Golden State The lone pronghorn antelope loped alongside me seemingly without a care on…

Reno, Nevada: RVer’s Playground Like No Other

Climb to new heights in the Biggest Little City in the World “The Wildest, Richest Rodeo in the West,” Reno Rodeo celebrates its 101st anniversary in June 2020. Reno, located…

Traveling to Cape Breton Island by RV

It might be a little too early to be thinking about next summer’s travel plans, but, then again, maybe not. Especially when you’re planning a trip to one of those…
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An Autumn Blaze Of Glory In The Peach State

The North Georgia Mountains beckon with stunning fall foliage, quaint shops and scenic waterfalls Autumn is one of the most popular times for motorhome travel, and the North Georgia Mountains…

Mass Appeal

Fun, facts, fine art and cranberries in the Bay State It’s no secret that Massachusetts has a rich history. Its residents are proud of their state, and have found compelling…

Northeastern Nirvana

Beautiful scenery, cheese and maple syrup delight in Vermont and New Hampshire When I began planning our first visit to Vermont and New Hampshire, I heard the same thing from…