Pioneer photographer  Evelyn J. Cameron’s gallery -- a fascinating RV Short Stop in eastern Montana
In honor of National Women’s History Month,  I want to highlight Evelyn Jephson Cameron, an amazing woman--one of the thousands of brave and sturdy women who immigrated from Europe in the closing years of the 19th century to help ‘homestead’ the West. It
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Florida State Parks want (RVers’) photographs for 'Monthly Photo Contest'
"Florida's 174 state parks, trails and historic sites offer beautiful backdrops for recreational and nature-based photos, and we want to see them from your point-of-view,” states a recent Florida State Parks email. "The new state park monthly photo contest's campaign
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'Old Water Mill' magical autumn color
Found this image, titled "Old Water Mill," in my e-mail from StumbledUpon.com. This image is from the 'amazing stuff' found on MIRIADNA.COM, which is a portal containing "graphic stuff such as photographs in high quality, graphic design from GraphicRiver (moc
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2015 'Share the Experience' photo contest underway
This year's popular 'Share the Experience' Photo Contest is accepting entries through Dec. 31, 2015. If you're an amateur photographer, this is a great chance to get your photos seen by millions of people simply by submitting inspiring images of America's federal lan
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'Share the Experience' looking for Autumn images of public lands
Are you an amateur photographer who has an amazing image of your experience on the magnificent public lands of America? Here is your chance to share it with America... and maybe just win a little money in the process. Review your collections of photographs and su
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RVers: Do you know America's National Parks?
Most RVers know America's National Parks pretty darn good. Some of our primary camping destinations are these fantastic national treasures. The other day, the Los Angeles Times published an interactive quiz on its Website compiled by Jason La about America's Nati
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Spokane's Manito Park peaceful, cool RV Short Stop
For more than a century, Spokane's Manito Park has been a year-round peaceful destination for more than 150,000 annual visitors. The 90-acre public park features five gardens (including a Japanese Garden pictured above), arboretum, duck pond, manicured lawns, playgrou
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Full moon over Spokane
Took this image of full moon on Sunday night, 7/1/2012, just as a bird flew by, hand-holding my Lumix DMC-FZ100 14 MP Digital Camera with 24x optical image zoom lens. Photo by Julianne G. Crane
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RV Wheel Life is inching its way back
RV Wheel Life was 'dark' for almost four weeks due to some technical glitches. 2by2host.com is helping me with a new design and is my new server. We're gradually restoring old items and posting new ones. Thank you for your understanding as we move through this
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RVing artists, part 1 -- Terry and Ruth Hager
This is the first of four installments on “RVing Artists.” Over the next few days you will meet artists from different parts of America who have chosen to pursue their creative dreams with the help of their recreation vehicle.Every day painters, photographers and wr
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