Covered Bridges of Cottage Grove, Ore., nostalgic break from the road
Recently longtime gal pal, and fulltime solo RVer, Malia Lane and I traveled the "Cottage Grove (Oregon) Bridge Tour." (The bridges are also accessible by an amazing paved Row River bicycle and hiking trail.) For more information about these bridges and to see more
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Writer Malia Lane shares favorite RV holiday memory - her first RV Christmas dinner
This holiday season solo fulltime RVer and writer Malia Lane is celebrating in the season in her hometown of Austin, Tex. When asked about one of her favorite RV holiday memories, she did not hesitate -- it was her first Christmas as a full-time RVer more than a doz
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'Growing Young' RVing Women
Full-time RVer Malia Lane's posted an item on her Blog about a YouTube video featuring a group RVing Women as they caravanned along the Oregon Coast. This video was made in 2011 as a PBS pilot for a series called 'Growing Young'  about aging successfully. The fea
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Crossing trails with Malia Lane in Austin before she hit the road again
While snowbirding on the Coastal Bend of Texas a couple of months ago, I made several trips to Austin in order to visit my sister, Josam Grandin Bullock, and touch bases with longtime gal pal Malia Lane. Malia was preparing to get back on the road after being sidetra
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RV Travel e-zine has good reads including one by fulltime RVer Malia Lane
Each Saturday a new edition of RVTravel newsletter is published free to all readers. In one such newsletter, RV Travel editor Chuck Woodbury writes about a visit to Monaco's production plant in Eugene, Ore., with RV Doctor Gary Bunzer. "I can report some encourag
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Caught up with RVer Malia Lane; brunch at Chuy's - a Tex-Mex Austin tradition
Happy to say, I was able to connect for a brunch with fulltime RVer and writer Malia Lane at her home base at the Pecan Grove RV Park in Austin. Malia says Pecan Grove's convenient near-downtown location on Barton Springs Road is "the best bet for exploring the music
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In Austin for a few days ... hope to catch up with RVer, author, gal pal Malia Lane
Austin is one of my 'second' cities. I graduated from the University of Texas more than a few years ago and I keep coming back. The main reason, of course, is family -- my sister, Josam Grandin Bullock lives here in the Hill Country. Another reason is to break bre
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Holiday trip to Texas, family and RVer Malia Lane
For a break from the cold Pacific Northwest winter, I moseyed on down to Austin for a holiday visit with my sister, Josam Grandin Bullock, and her family. While in Austin, I met up with solo RVer Malia Lane. We got caught up on each others' lives over Migas* at Trudy
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Off to Savannah for haunted Halloween
Ever since I read Malia Lane's article about 'Spooky Savannah' in MotorHome magazine in October 2007, I have wanted to visit "America's Most Haunted City" over Halloween. "With its founding going back to 1733, Savannah is one of America’s oldest cities. With Savan
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Quick trip to the Lonestar State, visit family, RV friend Malia Lane
I am visiting my sister, Josam Grandin Bullock, a realtor in Austin, Texas. In addition to doing girl-stuff with her, eating lots of delicious BBQ and sightseeing in the heart of Texas, I spent an afternoon with friend and RV writer Malia Lane who is homebased in Au
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