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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RV snowbirds wheeling south, Part 5: Resources, tips
This is the final post of a 5-part series on RV Snowbirding. If you missed other posts on “RV snowbirds wheeling south" Click here.  -- Reserve early: If you know where you want to spend part of your winter, then reserve as early as possible. Snowbirds often go
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RV snowbirds wheeling south, Part 4: Lone Star State welcomes 'Winter Texans'
This is the 4th post of a 5-part series on RV Snowbirding. If you missed other posts on “RV snowbirds wheeling south" Click here. The barrier islands off the central Texas coast that shelter Aransas Bay and the laid-back bayside communities of Rockport-Fulton
RV snowbirds wheeling south, Part 3: Solo RVer Catherine Woods explores Arizona
This is the 3rd post of a 5-part series on RV Snowbirding. If you missed other posts on “RV snowbirds wheeling south" Click here.  In early 2015, solo RVer Catherine Woods, 75, of Asheville, N.C., took off on a grand adventure to the southwest in her brand new
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RV snowbirds wheeling south - Part 1: At least a million including Richard and Donna Shrauger
This is Part 1 of a 5-post series on “RV snowbirds wheeling south" .  Whooping cranes and Canada geese are not the only birds to migrate south when the temperatures begin to dip in northern latitudes. Each winter more than a million "Snowbirds" in their rec
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Mission Espiritu Santo in Goliad, Texas, celebrates 'History in Lights' during holidays
It's that time of the year for the annual winter migration of RV snowbirds to be wheeling their way south from the colder reaches of Canada and the northern tier of the United States. One of the most popular routes is through the historically rich center of Texas to
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RVing southern Oregon Coast Highway 101
After leaving the Boice Cope Campground near Langlois, Oregon, we meandered our way south in our truck camper along Oregon Coast Highway 101. In no hurry, we pulled off the road frequently to savor the cool weather and awe inspiring power of the Pacific Ocean. -
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2015 'Big Rigs Best Bets Campground Directory'
“Big Rigs Best Bets Campground Directory” by Ken and Ellie Hamill (K & E Big Rigs Publishing, 15th edition, 2015, 512 pages, spiral-bound [lays flat], $24.95, plus shipping and handling). The ‘Big Rigs’ directory includes more than 1,200 parks in 49 USA s
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FMCA 2015′s 92nd Family Reunion & Motorhome Showcase in Madison, Wisconsin, July 29-Aug. 1
The Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), an international organization for motorhome owners, is hosting its ”Escape to Wisconsin” 92nd Family Reunion and Motorhome Showcase, at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, July 29-Aug. 1, 2015 Organizers report that t
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Pack old-fashion road games for next long RV trip with younger children
Thinking of how to entertain the youngest of RVers on your first long RV road trip? There are hundreds of old fashion games older RVers can pack in their emergency toy kit. Here are just four fun games that can be found easily online or at your local bookstore. Many
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