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Boulevard of America U.S. 80 – Part 3

May 29, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Boulevard of America U.S. 80 – Part 3

Sightseeing in the South Fort Worth/Dallas, TX to Shreveport, LA By Pam Selbert  The road trip that began in San Diego, California, follows Old U.S. Highway 80 to Yuma, Arizona, on to Dallas and continues to Alabama–but with a difference. West of Dallas, although it can still be driven on a patchwork of roads bearing [...]

Boulevard of America US 80 – Part 2 Exploring the Southwest Yuma, AZ to Fort Worth/Dallas, TX

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Boulevard of America US 80 – Part 2 Exploring the Southwest Yuma, AZ to Fort Worth/Dallas, TX

By Pam Selbert This is the second installment of four on a year-long cross-country trek on Historic U.S. Highway 80. The first installment covered the old route from San Diego, California to Yuma, Arizona. In this installment, our trip continues east into Texas. As we begin this second leg of our eastward sojourn along the [...]

Boulevard of America US 80 – Part 2 Exploring the Southwest Yuma, AZ to Fort Worth/Dallas, TX

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Boulevard of America US 80 – Part 2 Exploring the Southwest Yuma, AZ to Fort Worth/Dallas, TX

By Pam Selbert This is the second installment o four year-long cross-country trek on Historic U.S. Highway 80. The first installment covered the old route from San Diego, California to Yuma, Arizona. In this installment, our trip continues east into Texas. As we begin this second leg of our eastward sojourn along the path of [...]

Aquariums

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Aquariums

Aquariums By Dave G. Houser  I’m mesmerized. Standing in front of an underwater forest, I feel like I’m peering into the briny deep of Monterey Bay from a research sub.  Indeed, I’m getting a diver’s eye view of a kelp forest, dramatically contained within one of the largest such exhibits in the world, at Monterey [...]

Boulevard of America U.S. 80 – Part 1

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Boulevard of America U.S. 80 – Part 1

By Pam Selbert First in the series of four features on Historic Old U.S. 80. Join us on a year long journey along this scenic route, with a little history of  the old road tossed in as we trace the path that linked East and West Coasts before the first interstate highways were constructed. There [...]

Looking for the perfect RV vacation?

April 30, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Looking for the perfect RV vacation?

As a Smile & Save partner, Fantasy RV Tours offers Good Sam Club members special discounts on their tours—save $50 on Rallies and $100 on Caravans! This year the company presents a lineup of 10 new locales and exciting venues. Grab your wings and witness the world’s greatest aviation event in Michigan. The Oshkosh AirVenture Rally promises to be [...]

Call To The Post

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Call To The Post

By Leslie Guttman These days, we look to horses to fulfill us in other ways, such as riding for pleasure or sport, or cheering them on as fans at professional competitions. Horse lovers and road trips are a match as natural as Secretariat and Churchill Downs: countless exciting equestrian events exist around the country, and [...]

Viva Las Vegas!

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Viva Las Vegas!

On your left now is New York-New York, fronted by a one-third scale replica of the Statue of Liberty, rising before a massive make-believe skyline of the Big Apple. It looks like a movie set just waiting for the next King Kong sequel. We’re now in Paris,on the right is the Arc de Triomphe, the [...]

North To Alaska

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North To Alaska

This storied road—the dream trip of a lifetime for many RVers—is a spectacular example of how enduring feats of beauty and genius are born during times of hardship and crisis. It is a spectacular example of how, during times of hardship and crisis, enduring feats of beauty and genius are born. The concept of a [...]

Where The Snowbirds Fly

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Where The Snowbirds Fly

by David & Ritsuko Robinson Every autumn, instinct drives millions of birds south to wait out the winter. Think Mother Nature has the right idea? Something more than instinct drives a different bird south to escape the cold—“snowbirds”, who pull up stakes and flee the snow, sleet, rain and cold up north to winter in [...]

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