By mid afternoon, I had changed my scribbled route and instead of exploring another long trail of twisty roads, I continued on down through Gauley Bridge. I read the historic sign, “Here New and Gauley Rivers unite to form the Great Kanawha River. Piers still stand of the old bridge destroyed by the Confederate troops […]
Archives for October 2009
Over the past two weeks we have looked at why Nevada is a natural choice for boondocking and the many places we can go geocaching during our RVing adventures. RVers can even use the geocaching website to assist in finding areas to boondock. While searching for places to go geocaching near Nevada’s Valley of Fire […]
One of our most sought after products right now are the MCD American Duo shades. For side windows in both motorhomes and trailers they are a nice upgrade from the pleated fabric day night shades. For newer class A motorhomes they can replace the sewn fabric curtains as well. The front shade is power operated […]
Nowhere else can such a wide variety of Native American petroglyphs be experienced up close and personal than in Dry Fork Canyon, Utah. Located just ten scenic miles northwest of the city of Vernal, the area is known as Dinosaurland. Rather than the roar of a T-rex, however, you’re more likely to hear the […]
LONG BEACH PENINSULA, Wash. – The culture and history of the Lower Columbia River will be explored during this year’s ‘Ocian in View’ weekend, November 6, 7 and 8, 2009 on Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula. Highlights include a talk offering insights into Chinook culture, a program about life on Willapa Bay in the 1850s, a panel discussion on Pillar Rock, and a bus tour with regional Lewis and Clark historians.
Oakhurst, CA. – While fall has only just arrived, the time has come to start planning for the holidays.
While many take the time to visit family, others use the time off around the holidays to take the family and visit other places. The attractions in Madera County, California’s Gateway, to Yosemite make for a perfect holiday retreat.
FOREST CITY, Iowa – Winnebago Industries, Inc. (NYSE:WGO), the leading United States motor home manufacturer, today reported financial results for the Company’s fourth quarter and fiscal year ended August 29, 2009.
The Gunflint Trail receives National Scenic Byway designation on October 16, 2009. Known for winding its way through the Boundary Waters Wilderness east-west corridor, the Gunflint Trail is a historic roadway, dating back to the 1800’s with origins as a footpath for Native Americans and geological surveyors. The Gunflint Trail is also known as Cook County #12, and is a paved, 57-mile long two-lane roadway, which begins at Grand Marais, Minnesota, and ends at Saganaga Lake on the Canadian border. The modern roadway serves 22 resorts, canoe outfitters, campgrounds, and bed and breakfasts, and
numerous private residents who make the area their home.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – Yellowstone National Park Lodges, operated by Xanterra Parks & Resorts and the manager of lodging, restaurants and activities in Yellowstone National Park, and theYellowstone Association Institute will offer “Lodging & Learning” packages this winter in Yellowstone National Park.
Phoenix, AZ – Explore Nevada Tours has noticed an increase in interest in overnight tours in the desert and its all down to the natural Halloween mood that permeates the Nevada desert in the moonlight. Consumers and corporate groups looking for the perfect venues for Halloween gatherings are discovering that the natural aspects of night […]
The 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall will be celebrated with a week of activities at the site of the largest existing whole section of The Wall in the world outside of Berlin at Westminster College in Fulton, MO. The celebration will culminate Monday, Nov. 9, with a tearing down of a replica of The Wall in the shadow of the existing Wall at 6:53 p.m., the time when The Wall came down 20 years ago.