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National Forests closed throughout California

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris All of California’s U.S. National Forests closed in an unprecedented move toward safety. Earlier, eight of the Golden State...

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...

Peek inside the top luxury RV resort in the U.S. Would you pay $800,000...

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Motorcoach Country Club in Indio, California, about half an hour outside of Palm Springs, was named the top luxury RV resort in the U.S....

See wild burros, gunfights and a historic stretch of Route 66

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By Chuck Woodbury Do this: Drive the 22 miles or so from Oatman, Arizona, on old Route 66 east toward Kingman. It's beautiful and has...

Will California’s diesel law affect you as an RVer?

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris Back in 2008, California's controversial California Air Resources Board (CARB) formulated new regulations for heavy (over 14,000 pound gross...

John Sutter built a fort and forever changed the Wild West

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By Bob Difley Like many of the era's restless youth, John Augustus Sutter, a polished, dashing Swiss gentleman, set sail for New York in 1834...
Len Wilcox

Western Views: “The Bad Men from Bodie”

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By Len Wilcox WESTERN VIEWS In the shadow of the Eastern Sierra Nevada, north of Mono Lake between Lee Vining, California, and Hawthorne, Nevada, is the...

Readers share their favorite travel places

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Here's this week's installment of RV Travel Tips, where the readers of RVtravel.com share some of their favorite places to visit in North America....
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Autumn-Winter historic scenic train rides

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There’s something magical about riding trains.  Why not plan a few hours from your RV journeys to experience the autumn color from a historic...
Short Stops

Meandering through Napa Valley

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Miles of vineyards along Hwy 128/29 in Napa Valley (Julianne G. Crane) If you occasionally prefer the slow lane, rather than speeding along on the...
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Battery Point Light – Crescent City, Calif.

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Battery Point Light, (LighthouseFriends.com) The Battery Point Light may not be the most dramatic or breath-taking lighthouse on the Pacific Northwest coast; it is, however,...
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Susanville in northeast California celebrates its ranching, logging traditions; good ale

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Downtown Susanville, Calif. (City of Susanville website) Many RVers travel along US 395 on their way to and from Arizona and the Pacific Northwest or...
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