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Best RV Travel Guides 2019

Campers and RVers like to be prepared when traveling. These are a few of the best RV travel guides including the newest 2019 Road Atlas’s, one of which has larger maps.  Paper guides are very useful because GPS can’t tell us everything, and there are times that our phone or GPS don’t work. I know! […]

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Dog-Friendly Places to Stay

One of the challenges dog owners face when traveling with their canine family members is finding hotels, motels, RV parks and other dog-friendly places to stay. Many establishments simply do not allow pets of any kind, and a number of RV parks and camping grounds have rules against pets so it can be difficult to […]

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The Joys of Fulltime RVing

Many people dream of giving up most of their accumulated possessions, packing the things that are near and dear to their heart, and setting off on an adventure in their RV, armed only with enthusiasm, a little money, and a wonder at the life ahead of them. The joys of fulltime rving are foremost in […]

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Holiday Driving Rules: Safety and Courtesy Are King

holiday traveling tips

Driving a large vehicle can be a challenge at the best of times but with the increased levels of traffic on popular holiday traveling days it can be extremely stressful, not just for you in your RV, but for those attempting to navigate their way around your vehicle. Being courteous and safe at all times […]

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Kayaking, Camping, and Traveling

Kayaking La Jolla Cove California

Kayaking , camping, and traveling go hand in hand for many people.  The serenity of paddling on a beautiful river, or sea kayaking  is the perfect “relaxing” activity.  You don’t have to own your own Kayak, many tourist areas have Kayaks for rent, or Kayaking excursions where you use their Kayak.  Some campgrounds and RV […]

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Wupatki National Monument and Sunset Crater Arizona

Traveling in Arizona Wupatki

Wupatki  National Monument and Sunset Crater in Arizona are open year-round, except Christmas Day. The Visitor Center hours are from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, and the Wupatki Pueblo is open to the public only when the center is open as you have to go through the visitors center and walk up the path to […]

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Mono Lake

Mono Lake

Mono Lake is over a million years old, located in California’s high desert 13 miles east of Yosemite National Park.    It’s truly a fascinating place.  The arid desert landscape of Mono Lake with the Tufa’s (rock formations) used to be underwater for as far as the eye can see.  The lake is millions of […]

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How to Convert to Metric When Traveling

Converting to Metric System while traveling in Canada

Do you need to know how to convert to metric from the system when traveling?  We  don’t use the Metric System in the United States. We use the Imperial system of measuring feet, miles, gallons, quarts, pounds and ounces, but if you travel to Canada or other countries you will need to know the Metric […]

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Quartsite RV Show

Quartsite-Sign-Welcomes-RVers

Quartsite RV Show is in January of every year, but the actual days differ from year to year.  The Quartsite RV Show has been in existence since 1984 and just keeps getting better.  Currently it’s  called the Quartsite Sports, Vacation and RV Show and attracts anywhere an estimated 125,00 or more people a year.  I […]