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Wildlife Refuges – often National Park next-door neighbors

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris RVers spend plenty of time on America's public lands. National Parks are a natural. National Forests get plenty...

How about a desert sea serpent? But wait, there’s more…

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By Greg Illes Sprawled across the back lots of Borrego Springs, California, are dinosaurs. And prehistoric camels. Miners, farm workers, battling bighorn sheep and,...

Texas’ Stonehenge is good RV short stop

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By Chuck Woodbury It's called Stonehenge 2, but it's not. Maybe Stonehenge 3 or 4, maybe 5. There are a lot of Stonehenge's, that's...

The Quartzsite phenomenon

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By Bob Difley Ask an RVer about his opinion of Quartzsite, Ariz., and you will receive as many different opinions as the number of RVers...

Texas flea market puts all others to shame

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By Chuck Woodbury You have never seen anything like this unless you live in the areas of Dallas or Tyler, Texas, or have visited. First...

Arizona’s Old West featured at Prescott museum

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By Bob Difley The Wild West was typified in the settling of Arizona as migrants, Civil War veterans, gamblers, gold seekers, missionaries, and flim-flammers headed...

Astronomy: Visiting the Very Large Array – Will you make “contact”?

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By Chris Fellows, Serenity Mobile Observatory This week I am highlighting another very interesting astronomically related destination, the Very Large Array (VLA). Run by the...

Car doesn’t know whether it’s coming or going

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Driving forward or backward isn't much different with this 1952 Citroen Cogolin, which was operated by the rescue service in Cogolin, France. One...

Get more from your RV trip – Sit a little longer

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris Still unpacking the rig after several weeks on the road, we've finally hit the point where we can slow...

How well do you know Yosemite National Park?

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Courtesy U.S. Department of Interior Waterfalls, towering granite monoliths, deep valleys and ancient giant sequoias – that's Yosemite. On October 1, 1890, Yosemite became a...

Don’t miss out! National Fossil Day coming soon

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It's time to honor our fossils! Step into the shoes of paleontologists on October 11 for National Fossil Day to discover how these scientists piece...
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Leaf peeping – and camping – in Connecticut

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By Bob Difley The New England states are famous for their spectacular fall colors, and Connecticut is not lacking when it comes to vibrant autumn...
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