South Carolina So Much to See & Do in the Palmetto State

South Carolina So Much to See & Do in the Palmetto State

February 15, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

by Lynn Seldon Quite simply, South Carolina has it all, y’all– and the state has delivered to visiting RVers with friendly southern drawl. From the Upcountry mountains through the vibrant Midlands and the Lowcountry coast, the Palmetto State beckons with a wave that signals everyone’s welcome–come on down! South Carolina offers enough variety to keep [...]

Grand Canyon Grandeur

Grand Canyon Grandeur

December 15, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Mystery, Majesty, and Memories Reward the RVer Who Plans Ahead by David and Ritsuko Robinson A cowboy emerges from a forest–and stops in his tracks. “Wow!” he blurts. “Somethin’ sure happened!” Whether fact or folklore, the old-timer stands awestruck at the brink of one of the world’s great natural wonders, the stupendous Grand Canyon. Somethin’ [...]

Weird Wanderings

Weird Wanderings

November 15, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

By Phil Willen “Are we there yet?” That quote is synonymous with children and traveling. Even if no children are on board, hours sitting in the captain’s or first mate’s chair might have you muttering to yourself. Enjoyable as the open road may be, there comes a time when the eyes blur, knuckles become white [...]

Living the High Life in an RV Resort

Living the High Life in an RV Resort

November 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

What sets an RV resort apart from other RV parks or campground? An RV resort offer a higher level of amenities and recreational activities than even the nicest family campground. Many RV resorts require purchase of a membership or a lot within the resort to enjoy the facilities and recreational opportunities available. Some RV resorts [...]

Patti’s 1880s Settlement

Patti’s 1880s Settlement

October 15, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

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 [...]

Alaska Dreamin’

Alaska Dreamin’

August 15, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

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 [...]

For Actor John Schneider, RVing’s All About Freedom to ‘Take the Next Exit’—Wherever That May Be

For Actor John Schneider, RVing’s All About Freedom to ‘Take the  Next Exit’—Wherever That May Be

August 5, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

By Patricia Marroquin When climbing into your RV to hit the road, it’s guaranteed that you won’t find an inspector waiting to paw through your belongings and tell you your shampoo bottle is too large. That’s one of the many benefits of RVing for John Schneider. The freedom to go where he wants when he [...]

Waco’s I-35 RV Park & Resort: Great Rates With Lots of Space

August 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

The I-35 RV Park & Resort in Waco, Texas, gives RV travelers lots amenities with plenty of elbow room. The 215-site RV park boats lots of big rig sites and pull-thru sites, all with full hook-ups, for drivers of larger vehicles. Don’t worry about bumping into your neighbor; there’s plenty of slide-out space. Twenty 25×51-foot [...]

Follow the Kentucky Bourbon Trail – Part 2

Follow the Kentucky Bourbon Trail – Part 2

July 15, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

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, [...]

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