Pennsylvania's Ohiopyle State Park, a treasure of a place for camping, bicycling, autumn color
We have camped twice in  Ohiopyle State Park during the autumn and have relished the fall colors. Be advised however that once the rain arrives, the leaves drop fast. Kentuck Campground is part of this expansive park located in southwest Pennsylvania that "encompas
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Floyd Country Store = great down home mountain music, dancing, RV Short Stop
Whenever Jimmy Smith and I are traveling through the Blue Ridge Mountain area, we love to visit family and friends in the southwest region of Virginia. One of the popular activities we do when we stop to catch up with my cousin Mary Jane Huber and her partner, music
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Update: Vivian Grybko, a solo RV WINer
Two years ago, about this time, Vivian Grybko, a shy but independent woman, crossed my path at the Escapees' RoVer's Roost SKP Co-Op RV Retreat in Casa Grande, Arizona. We became fast friends over a brilliant sunset and a cup of coffee the next morning in her 1999 24
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Washington state's Palouse Falls, breathtaking view
Palouse Falls State Park in the southeast region of Washington State is not on everyone's "Must See List." However, it's been on mine for years.  I've heard about it and seen photographs of it since I first arrived in the Evergreen State more than 30 years ago. Why
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'Elegant RVers' Margaret McNevin and Dave Danielsen
Margaret McNevin and Dave Danielsen lived just three sites up from us when we were members for a year at the SKP Park of the Sierras south of Yosemite National Park. We first noticed them, however, before we became members. It was back in the fall of 2011 when we wer
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RVer Jimmy Smith writes about one small community
Part-time RVer and some-time philosophical thinker Jimmy Smith reflects on "community" in his second posting this week. Just click on "Jimmy Smith's Another View". (You may need to roll down to find this posting.) (After reading's Jimmy's musing, come back to this po
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Perfect RV Short Stop: Cold (homemade) date shake on warm day on edge of Mojave Desert
When traveling through the Indio-Palm Springs region of the Coachella Valley in Southern California this time of year -- it usually means you are going to get thirsty. And why not spring for one of those 'world famous date shakes' you see advertised everywhere ... bu
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Traveling on to our next RV adventure ... Citation has new owners
The RV lifestyle comes in many iterations and today we are closing the door on one and throwing a new door wide open to whatever comes next on our life's journey. We've sold our 2001 28.5-foot 5th Wheel Citation Supreme to Paul and April Smith (no relation to Jimmy)
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RVer Jimmy Smith reflects on change
In his most recent post on "Another View," RVer Jimmy Smith wonders about what waits beyond the bend in the road. "Sometimes change comes imperceptibly, like the graying of hair or the coming of a new day.  Sometimes change sweeps across the landscape almost taking
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RVers Debbie & Dale Younger are camp hosts at Antlers Campground in Shasta/Trinity forests
If you are traveling through northern California this camping season and you stop off at the USFS Antlers Campground, it's likely you'll run into camp hosts Debbie and Dale Younger. (Yes, Dale's side of the family are distant relatives of The Youngers--Cole, Jim, John a
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