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Finding little pieces of true, old-school Americana soul

It was like jumping into a time machine set for the 1950s. While winter traveling in our RV, my husband and I learned that...

RV Short Stops: Women at Valley Forge

Alongside Gen. George Washington's brave fighting men at Valley Forge, at least 400 women, 700 Blacks and many Indigenous Peoples served. Women's History Month...

“Batman” to “Back to the Future”: Celebrity car stars galore at LA museum

Automobiles have long had starring roles in movies and television programs. The Petersen Automotive Museum, among the country's most well-known vehicle shrines, is now...

No, no, not Putin… poutine! And the most drool-worthy places to find it

As most of our Canadian readers know, there is one culinary masterpiece that is distinctly Canadian—poutine. There has been a bit of confusion about...

Make the most of your travels: Do these things to research an area before you go

At age 87, Michelangelo said: “I am still learning.” Think about that! Amazing, isn’t it? I believe a very similar attitude beats inside the...

Traffic stops in Mexico: What to expect if stopped by the police

Seeing the flashing lights of a police car in your rearview mirror is always stress-inducing. But traffic stops in Mexico, where you don’t know...

RV Short Stops: Outdoor markets in Yuma

The first shopping spree on any stopover in Yuma always includes the two big outdoor markets—Arizona Market Place and Yuma Swap Meet. Arizona Market Place This...

Rambler Ranch: A shrine to old cars, Americana in rural Colorado

RV travelers in Colorado can find their way through small towns, drive across open ranges, visit national parks and sightsee in quirky towns, museums...

Ghost Town Trails: Tumco, California

Welcome to the second installment of Ghost Town Trails as we visit Tumco, California. Tumco is an easy visit for snowbirds spending the winter in...

Questionable RVing features: What were they thinking?

Have you ever wondered, "What were they thinking?" when you encountered a feature "designed" to enhance your RVing experience? My college years were spent earning...