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RV Short Stops – Check out world-famous ice cream in Stanley, ND

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By Julianne G. Crane  As states gradually "reopen” businesses and public campgrounds, now might be a good time to start planning a family outing...

RV Short Stops: Public parks reopening gradually

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By Julianne G. Crane Most of us are ready to get back to camping, especially in our favorite public park. We yearn for the open...

RV Short Stops: Visit America’s treasures “virtually” during National Park Week

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By Julianne G. Crane Each April, National Park Week is set aside for America to celebrate our national treasures. Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, April...

Wildflowers bloom across Texas

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Texas wildflowers (Texas Highways/Don Allen) By Julianne G. Crane During this time of COVID-19 crisis, if you are a Snowbird needing to travel through several states...

Planning ahead: Travel guides for wacky, odd and fascinating RV Short Stops

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By Julianne G. Crane During this time of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and need for social distancing, now is the perfect time to do a...

Celebrate Women’s History Month during March

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By Julianne G. Crane  During March, Women's History Month, hundreds of events, exhibitions and road trips are highlighting women's contributions to the making of the...

Curious low-cost RV short stops in Yuma

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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...

Update: Maple is flowing in Vermont, but spring 2020 events have been cancelled

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By Julianne G. Crane Vermont's "Maple Open House Weekend" –  Vermont's maple season is usually celebrated with "Maple Open House” the first weekend in spring, however,...

The back side of Mount Rushmore most never knew about

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By Chuck Woodbury ROADISIDE JOURNAL Everybody knows Mount Rushmore, the most famous tourist attraction in South Dakota. The heads of presidents Washington, Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt and...

Tucson Gem Showcase dazzles

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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...

Intimate, little-known museum of sculptor Elisabet Ney in Austin

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By Julianne G. Crane I've never forgotten the Elisabet Ney Museum since first stepping into the studio in the early '70s when I was an...

Start your New Year off with “First Day Hikes” in state parks

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By Julianne G. Crane 'First Day Hikes' offer a great way to get outside, exercise, take in nature and welcome 2020 with friends and family....
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