Spring arrives this month! Winter leaves us, and the fresh green of spring will be peeking at us from all over. If you’re driving in the country, you might spot the first cattails rising up in the marshes. Haven’t tried it, but I have read they can be cooked like one would do asparagus.
Archives for March 2005
“Uncle Tom, the fish are in the river, you’ve got to get up here!” The excitement in my voice must have been contagious. My uncle only needed a minute to look at his schedule.
With a hundred full-service RV spaces and the longest golf hole west of the Mississippi, Turquoise Valley Golf & RV Park is a must-visit for travelers to Arizona. Located in Naco, a one wood and a wedge shot from the Mexican border, this spectacular facility truly embodies its motto: “Nice People, Great Food, Quality Golf!”
California State Parks to Add Wi-Fi
SBC Communications is installing high-speed Wi-Fi Internet access at 85 states parks in California. The system will enable park visitors with wireless-enabled laptop computers or personal digital assistants (PDAs) to access the Internet at speeds 50 to 100 times as fast as a dial-up connection.
Yamaha Generator Adds Remote Option
Yamaha Motor Corp. has introduced a wireless remote option for its premium line of electric start generators. The remote can start a generator from up to 250 feet away.
It's like viewing the perfect mural with row upon row of dazzling color— brilliant reds, sparkling yellows, vivid pinks, rakish purples. Though picture-perfect, these delightful tulip fields of the Skagit Valley in Washington are real. And so are the region’s acres of daffodils and iris. Although Mother Nature dictates the bloom dates, daffodils bloom first, followed by tulips and finally, iris.
His name is Pablo. He's a diving instructor and it shows. As he enters the intense blue water, sporting snorkeling gear instead of the usual tanks and other diving equipment, a group of wanna-be-expert snorkelers follow behind. Suddenly, there's a terrific barking and the snorkelers stare wide-eyed at one another, swallowing hard, trying to remember to breathe. Pablo smiles easily and gracefully descends amid a colony of playful sea lions.
The 2005 Jayco Seneca HD with a diesel engine—one of a new breed of powerful and luxurious Class C motorhomes—is receiving an enthusiastic response from dealers and the public.