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Snowbird Living—Getting the most out of your winter destination

October 31, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Snowbird Living—Getting the most out of your winter destination

A snowbird trip is more than a vacation. It’s an opportunity to get immersed in another region of the country and explore different customs, cultures, culinary styles and a whole new climate. You can join a snowbird flock and take part in fun-filled social gatherings, where you’ll make friends for life. Or you can go [...]

Patti’s 1880s Settlement

October 15, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Patti’s 1880s Settlement

More than just a great place to eat, Patti’s 1880s Settlement in Grand Rivers, Kentucky is “a trip back into the past. A reminder of when things moved slower.” A recreated log village is home to two restaurants, a 26′ rock climbing wall, miniature golf course, a variety of gift shops, coin-operated boats, lovely gardens and [...]

A Southern Route Worth Taking

October 11, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

A Southern Route Worth Taking

…East Coast Dreaming Travel writer – Kym O’Connell-Todd You know you’re from the East Coast when you frequently use the word ‘wicked’ (Super- Cool to the rest of us) …or when you wipe down a table and it stays wet because of the moist Atlantic air. Okay, so maybe you’re not from the East Coast. [...]

Snowbird Lifestyle – Join the migration of RVers who flee the snow and follow the sun

October 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Just as the autumn season brings on cooler temperatures and a colorful display of foliage, so too it reminds us of the oncoming chill of winter that follows: snow, ice, and bone-chilling cold. You’re familiar with the drill: dig out the snow shovel, take the snow blower on a test run, and pull out the [...]

Destination DC A Capital Place for RVers

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Destination DC A Capital Place for RVers

By Lynn Seldon When Pierre Charles L’Enfant gazed northward along the banks of the Potomac River in 1791, he envisioned a magnificent city, calling the area a “pedestal waiting for a moment.” He could never have pictured today’s monumental capital city, where public transportation makes it easy for visiting RVers to explore dozens of American [...]

Alaska Dreamin’

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Alaska Dreamin’

Here’s a State You Can Rally Warm Up to by David and Ritsuko Robinson Winter. Time to gaze out the frosty window at the blowing snow and dream about a fabulous RV adventure in—Alaska?! Yes, Alaska. America’s biggest state is a wonder world of soaring peaks and verdant valleys, of warm days and cool nights, of caribou [...]

Follow the Kentucky Bourbon Trail – Part 2

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Follow the Kentucky Bourbon Trail – Part 2

We are completing our visit to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, with stops at Woodford Reserve, Four Roses, Wild Turkey and Buffalo Trace. (Buffalo Trace, owned by Sazerac of New Orleans, is not on the official trail.) Woodford Reserve Our journey continues near historic Versailles at popular Woodford Reserve, the smallest distillery in Kentucky and also the [...]

Land of Liberty – Philadelphia

July 4, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

By Peter Bryant Philadelphia is home to some of the most historic sites in America. The Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were created here, and even today large parts of the old city survive in a fascinating blend of historic must-sees and vibrant neighborhoods. Philadelphia is also a large and exciting modern city, [...]

Follow the Kentucky Bourbon Trail – Part 1

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Follow the Kentucky Bourbon Trail – Part 1

By Pamela Selbert The roughly 200-mile Kentucky Bourbon Trail, created in 1999 by the Kentucky Distillers’ Association, includes six of Kentucky’s nine distilleries. Kentucky’s distilleries are ideally located in the central portion of the state, nestled between the hills and knobs in valleys where corn grows abundantly, and where limestone-rich, iron-free water flows in meandering streams. [...]

Boulevard of America U.S. 80 – Part 4

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Boulevard of America U.S. 80 – Part 4

The End of the Road – From Alabama to Tybee Island By Pam Selbert As we begin the fourth–and final–stretch of our cross-country trek following U.S. Highway 80 from San Diego, California to Tybee Island, Georgia, we drive into the “Heart of Dixie”–Alabama–near tiny Cuba. From here to Phenix City, the last stop before Georgia, [...]

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