Historic district's public murals fun for traveling families, solos looking for an RV Short Stop
In a former life I was an arts writer for a mid-sized daily  newspaper, and I always had a fondness for large-scale outdoor murals. Maybe it is because one doesn't need a museum membership or fat wallet in order to view and appreciate an amazing artistic undertaking. N
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RVing couple aiming to hit all 645 Cracker Barrels
Some folks dream of camping in all of America's National Parks; others have RV trips to Alaska or the Canada's Maritime Provinces on their Bucket List. But one couple, Ray and Wilma Yoder, an 80-year-old RVing pair from Indiana, want to visit all the 645 Cracker Bar
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Airstream International Serenity, part 4 -- Smooth towing, snap to park
The Airstream's lightweight aerodynamic construction results in "easier towing than a traditional box trailer," reports Oregon RVer Carl Tipton, "whether I'm traveling up or down mountains, or maneuvering through a campground." Airstream has designed a number of smal
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