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Ice Fishing Experiences from Coast to Coast

The weather at the start of each new year for much of the country can be, well, kind of depressing. It’s dark. It’s cold. And, aside from an errant warm…
two people snowshoeing
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Your Guide to How and Why to Go Snowshoeing

It’s like clockwork every year. The ball in Times Square drops signaling a fresh, new year and gyms across the country get inundated with resolutioners seeking to sweat off those…
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RV Trips for Skiing

Starting in 2006, Bode Miller, the charismatic bad boy of the U.S. Ski Team who won a remarkable six Olympic medals in alpine skiing, spent several years of his downhill-racing…
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Flower Festivals in Oregon to Visit

After the grey winters of the Pacific Northwest, there’s no better way to usher in springtime than visiting the many colorful flower festivals across
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Volunteering on The Road

“What a rich aspect it brings to your travels,” says Linda Schmidt of Bellevue, Washington, describing the nearly 20-year experience she and her husband, Carl, have enjoyed as members of…
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Road Tripping Florida’s Northern Gulf Coast Beaches

Traveling on Interstate 10 from Arizona to Florida, following the heavy truck traffic to the point of white-line fever across the bottom of the country through New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana…
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A Guide to Camping on Public Lands

Most RVers love America’s national and state parks. Few locations on earth can match the majestic beauty of these destination-worthy public lands but, unfortunately, the RVing opportunities within their boundaries…
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What is Ice Fishing and How to Do It

Ice fishing in North America began before the arrival of Europeans. Native Americans took fish from frozen lakes as a means of sustenance in some places after the summer and…
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Backcountry Camping on the Continental Divide Trail

It might look like we were emulating the mountain men of the early 1800s, but we were not mule skinners in Conestoga or Studebaker prairie schooners. We weren’t riding horses…
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