Slow road cross country - 'EZ 66 Guide'
Anything that combines seeing America, RVing and art, I love, love, love. That's what 'EZ66 Guide for Travelers' by Jerry McClanahan offers. "Eighty percent of the original Route 66 is still easily drivable, but often not on ordinary maps & signage. The EZ66 G
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Basque Museum in Boise, Idaho, an intriguing stop along an RV journey through Pacific Northwest
Time to begin planning those side-trips to your RVing summer trip through the Pacific Northwest. The Basque Museum & Cultural Center is the one of those little know museums that holds amazing exhibits, collections, and tours. It is the only museum in the United S
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Fascinating family stop when RVing through Southwest near where I-10 meets I-25 in New Mexico
We have been RV Snowbirds for more than eight years. Our primary east-west route through west Texas and New Mexico can get tiresome along I-10. One way we break it up is by stopping off somewhere along the way for a day or two or three.  A very special destination,
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Free things for RVers to experience in Perry, Georgia
For those RVers who are planning on attending the huge Family Motor Coach Association gathering in Perry, Georgia, March 15 -18, there are a number of nearby events and attractions you can experience for free. One popular destination is the Museum of Aviation sittin
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Lucy the Elephant, fun RV Short Stop on Jersey shore
If you are planning on being close to Atlantic City anytime in your RV, check out an item I posted on RV Short Stops about Lucy the Margate Elephant, a fun roadside attraction on the southern Jersey seashore. When I visited Lucy, I was with a couple of other 'mature'
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Savannah is an amazing spring destination for RVers
It's not difficult to find plenty to do knocking around Savannah, Georgia, no matter what season.  Spring, however, is always my favorite time of the year in this beautiful coastal community. While this elegant Southern city is known for its haunted houses and its f
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RV Short Stop: Visit Plains, Georgia, and hear Pres. Jimmy Carter at his Sunday Bible class
I first visited Plains in the summer of 1991 when I started volunteering for Habitat for Humanity in Americus, Ga., about 10 miles north of Plains. It was then that I learned that former Pres. Jimmy Carter would frequently give "Sunday school classes" at the Maranath
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Texas' Davis Mountains offers surprises for RVing snowbirds who love history, wild lands
Out of the past eight years we've headed south in the winter, four of those have been spent in Texas. One of the biggest surprises to this snowbird was the Davis Mountains in Southwest Texas. Jimmy and I stumbled onto the area when we were heading north from Big Bend Na
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RV Snowbirds go for sunsets, free activities in Tucson
In addition to the magnificent sunsets and abundant natural beauty surrounding Tucson, Arizona, there are numerous free and low-cost activities that entice tens of thousands of RV Snowbirds to return each winter To read about free events including farmers markets,
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RVing gal pals visiting over 'Afternoon Cream Tea' on a rainy day in Florence, Oregon
What could be more perfect than lunch on the Oregon Coast with a longtime woman friend you met years ago while RVing along the Gulf Coast of Texas? Only one thing--lunch with TWO women friends you met while snowbirding in Texas. The fact that we were able to linge
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