Have Arthritis? Still Can Travel!

Have Arthritis? Still Can Travel!

September 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

By Joy Graham If you have some type of arthritis, you are just one of the 37 million people in America who suffer with this condition. There are over 170 different types of arthritis but they all have one thing in common: arthritis causes inflammation of one or more joints. Symptoms may include: • Joint pain • Redness the [...]

Follow the Kentucky Bourbon Trail – Part 1

Follow the Kentucky Bourbon Trail – Part 1

July 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

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. [...]

North To Alaska

North To Alaska

March 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

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

Where The Snowbirds Fly

January 31, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

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 [...]

Bienvenido a Mexico “Welcome to Mexico”

Bienvenido a Mexico “Welcome to Mexico”

January 9, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Experience the Wonders of Mexico by Lee Barnathan Adventures South of the Border The United States offers countless RV vacation options. But what if we want something culturally different, something romantic and alluring? Adventurous sorts might hop the border and check out the numerous Canadian sights, sounds and tastes. The even more adventurous go south, [...]

Vineyard Visits

Vineyard Visits

January 2, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Exploring Wine Country in Your RV  Wine. It’s been called the nectar of the Gods and nothing on earth—short of love—has spawned more poems, song lyrics, scripture mentions and panicky moments among restaurant diners. As far back as recorded history, man has used wine to both survive and to celebrate life. During the Renaissance and during [...]

Touring Texas

Touring Texas

December 29, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

RVing through the Lone Star State by Lee Barnathan Stop for a moment and play a word-association game. The word is Texas. What comes to mind? Probably a thousand different words, but very likely something related to the enormity, vastness and gigantic expanse of our nation’s 28th state. At 266,807 square miles, it’s larger than [...]

The Great Smoky Mountains

The Great Smoky Mountains

December 22, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Take in the natural splendor at one of the nation’s most-visited national parks. by Betsy Model Some of the greatest songwriters and recording artists of the last century—names like Tennessee Ernie Ford, John Denver, Patsy Cline and Dolly Parton—have sung the praises of Appalachia and the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains. Located on the [...]

Life in the Fast Lane

Life in the Fast Lane

December 8, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Life in the Fast Lane by Lee Barnathan Lisa and Rich Johns of Uhrichsville, Ohio, know there are certain NASCAR—related activities one can only enjoy with an RV. While camping at Michigan International Speedway, Lisa Johns saw a helicopter fly into the track. Not being limited to just a seat in a grandstand, Lisa did [...]

San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio, Texas

December 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

by Lee Barnathan  When you think of San Antonio, the Alamo and the River Walk may immediately come to mind. While those are two major reasons people come to visit this city of more than 1 million people—the eighth largest city in the country, surpassing Dallas — in San Antonio there’s more to do than visiting the [...]

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