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Look below the surface to find “travel jewels”

By Greg Illes Trekking across the featureless desert south of Death Valley, traveling dancer/artist Marta Becket got a flat tire. The year was 1967, and...

New National Monuments — see the largest, Mojave Trails

Of the three newly created national monuments, the largest is the Mojave Trails National Monument. Chances are you may have already driven through part...

Celebrate ‘History in Lights’ during holidays in Goliad, Texas

Goliad Mission Espiritu Santo (Julianne G. Crane) Mission Espiritu Santo in Goliad State Park, sits on prime grasslands along the San Antonio River in the South Texas Plains. RVer Jimmy...

Whooping Cranes and The Big Tree on Texas Gulf Coast

By Julianne G. Crane While I have seen "bigger" trees, this Coastal Live Oak is pretty darn impressive. It is estimated to be more than...

Camp next door to the Grand Canyon — escape the crowds and payments

Last year, 4.7 million people visited Grand Canyon National Park. The huge bulk of these visited the park's South Rim, easily accessible to the sweeping hoards...

Quechan Tribal lands: Great boondocking close to Old Mex

Need your teeth worked on? How about a pair of glasses? Some inexpensive liquor? If you're an Arizona snowbird, one of the most popular...

Top 10 national parks from Outdoor Afro

Seems like everyone loves a "Top Ten" list of great places to hit the out-of-doors. Rue Mapp, who founded Outdoor Afro has published her own...

More great spots to RV from coast to coast

Looking for an interesting destination for your next RV trip? Fox News produced a list of its recommendations. We've checked them out, and brought...

Tumacacori Mission south of Tucson offers humble history

Tumacacori National Historical Park is home to the Mission to the Pimas. Made of adobe, plaster and wood, today, "these ruins evoke tales of life and...

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