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Synchronous fireflies put on magical RV Short Stops

By Julianne G. Crane I've been tracking synchronous fireflies activity for a number of years. Here are the latest dates for 2021 public viewings. Catching fireflies...

Big art in “Biggest Little City” of Reno

By Julianne G. Crane Reno is not just for adult gaming and its close proximity to year-round outdoor adventures. "Art installations, sculptures and large-scale murals...

Visit America’s National Parks and Volunteer on your RV Short Stops

By Julianne G. Crane Millions of us love America's National Parks. So much so, collectively, we may be loving them to exhaustion. RVing families can...

RV Short Stops: “Travel Where Women Made History”

By Julianne G. Crane If you are obsessed with national parks, like I am, there are two outstanding online sources for planning captivating RV Short...

St. Patrick’s Day RV Short Stops

By Julianne G. Crane Nationally, most of the traditional St. Patrick's Day parades and events are cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic. However, there are places...

Travel books that highlight weird and wacky RV short stops

By Julianne G. Crane The National Park Foundation is right when they say almost everyone is happier when planning a trip. I know my husband,...

Fun family RV Short Stops begin with live animal cams

By Julianne G. Crane Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many wildlife parks and zoos are turning to online technology, such as live animal cams, to...

RV Short Stops during February, Black History Month

By Julianne G. Crane During February, Black History Month, the National Park Service helps celebrate more than 400 years of African American history. Events highlight...

RV Short Stops – ‘Ma’ Rainey House & Blues Museum

By Julianne G. Crane With the recent premiere of the film “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” the legendary blues singer Ma Rainey is introduced to a...

RV Short Stops: State parks’ First Day Hikes = healthy, fun family outings

By Julianne G. Crane Say good riddance to 2020 and a healthy hello to 2021 by heading outdoors for one of the "First Day Hikes"...