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Visit a ghost town with “wild” animals to feed

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....

RV Life in a Coronavirus World: A grateful park host

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Curious low-cost RV short stops in Yuma

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...

When in Arizona, keep your eyes open for “skunk pigs”

If you're lucky when visiting Arizona you'll see a javelina, sometimes called a "skunk pig." They are commonly spotted in some Arizona State Parks. But,...

Tucson Gem Showcase dazzles

By Julianne G. Crane Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase through Mid-February The legendary Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase is billed as one of "the...

When Quartzsite had its own bank – in a motorhome!

Thirty years ago there wasn't much civilization in today's Snowbird Capital, Quartzsite, Arizona – no fast food joints, no housing subdivisions, no sprawling gas...

Take this short detour to Wupatki and Sunset Crater on your trip south

By Bob Difley Snowbirds descending from the Pacific Northwest, the Plains states, or the Midwest into southern Arizona for the winter have several routes to...

Visit the ghosts of the old Wild West on the Clanton brothers’ ranch

By Bob Difley Flying bullets ricocheted off the stone blocks of the local bank; Virgil dove for cover behind a wagon. Doc, carefully hiding his...
Short Stops

Tucson — ‘Southern Arizona’s Cultural Oasis’

Rock 'CyFi' Martinez' mural 'Goddess of Agave' ( Each winter RV Snowbirds from cold locations flock to southern Arizona for warm temperatures, arid days and...

Readers share their favorite travel places

Here's this week's installment of RV Travel Tips, where the readers of share some of their favorite places to visit in North America....

See prehistoric graffiti at Painted Rock Petroglyph Site

By Bob Difley Like most historic or recreation sites managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), they don't get a lot of publicity and...
Short Stops

Explosion of art exhibits in Snowbird Country

RVing Snowbirds may leave their chilly hometowns in the winter, but they don't leave behind their thirst for culture and art. Lucky for...