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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

New Orleans: So much to see and do – even during pandemic

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By Julianne G. Crane Writer’s Note: During the COVID-19 pandemic, RV Short Stops is highlighting places that can be safely experienced from the road or...

RV Short Stops: “Chihuly Garden and Glass” sparkles in Seattle Center

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By Julianne G. Crane "Chihuly Garden and Glass" sits in the shadow of the Space Needle in the Seattle Center. Since 2012, this long-term exhibition...

To view very colorful history, visit Las Vegas’ outdoor “Neon Boneyard”

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By Julianne G. Crane The Neon Museum has assembled a singularly unique outdoor collection of amazing signs that together illustrate Las Vegas’ neon history. Since...

Experience Colorado Springs’ “Art on the Streets” from the safety of your RV

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By Julianne G. Crane Writer’s Note: During the COVID-19 pandemic, I am highlighting places that can be safely experienced from the road or in an...

Visit “The Unexpected” Urban Art in Fort Smith, Arkansas

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By Julianne G. Crane Since 2015, downtown Fort Smith, Arkansas, has been transforming itself with the support of a determined local community and the creativity...

See the world’s smallest plane in Arizona

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We asked RVtravel.com readers in issue 956, July 11, 2020, if they thought this plane was real or a non-flying movie prop. The answer is,...

Trees of Mystery – Popular outdoor destination in the Redwoods

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By Julianne G. Crane Since the mid-'40s, the Trees of Mystery in northern California has been a favorite stopover for many travelers driving along U.S. Highway...

RVing: The joy of the unexpected

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris We find that a good part of the joy of RVing is running into the unexpected. Round the next...

Carhenge still a delight on Nebraska’s high plains

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By Julianne G. Crane If roadside attractions grab you enough to venture onto the two-lane back roads of north central Nebraska, and you happen to...

RV Short Stops – Check out world-famous ice cream in Stanley, ND

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By Julianne G. Crane  As states gradually "reopen” businesses and public campgrounds, now might be a good time to start planning a family outing...
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Reopenings: Bryce Canyon Hoodoos never fail to intrigue

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris To the Piaute, they were the "Legend People." Ages ago, men and women who acted offensively were punished for...

RV Short Stops: Public parks reopening gradually

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By Julianne G. Crane Most of us are ready to get back to camping, especially in our favorite public park. We yearn for the open...

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