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Sunday, March 7, 2021

Visit a ghost town with “wild” animals to feed

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There's a certain ghost town along Route 66 where wild animals roam the streets, and where the local merchants encourage tourists to feed them....

This bizarre accommodation on wheels welcome RVers, others

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Okay, we admit: this is not your ordinary recreational vehicle. But it does fit the definition as a dwelling on wheels. We believe it's a...
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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...

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...

Elk, wildlife viewing perfect outdoor activity 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...

Winter is awesome bald eagle watching time

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

Curious low-cost RV short stops in Yuma

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By Julianne G. Crane  The Camel Farm is an unpretentious, highly enjoyable discovery tucked away in agricultural land south of Yuma, Arizona. This family-owned...

Travel guides for odd and fascinating RV Short Stops

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By Julianne G. Crane During this time of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and need for social distancing, now is the perfect time for researching those...

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,...

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...

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...

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...

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