For readers looking to lower their golf handicap, “Golfweek’s 101 Winning Golf Tips” just might hold the answers to your prayers. Written by veteran golf writer John Andrisani, Golfweek’s 101 Winning Golf Tips is now in its second edition. Much of what Andrisani learned during his travels interviewing and observing players is found in this […]
Archives for July 2011
Three digit temperatures in Arkansas during July set me thinking about cooler places I’ve visited in other summers. Once in mid-June, we made a day trip from our campground near Bend, Oregon, to Crater Lake National Park. Shortly after entering the North Entrance Station, open only in summertime, we started seeing snow-covered slopes sparkling white […]
Now that we’ve talked about the healing qualities of onion and just how easy it is to cook with onions while on the road, it would hardly be fair if we didn’t also mention its fun-loving cousin, garlic. Garlic is loved around the world for its ability to add fantastic flavor to soups, sauces, stir […]
This coach came in with several different flooring types that had been changed out over the years. They had some carpet, some tile and also some laminate flooring. We removed all of the flooring back to the bathroom tile, which was still in great shape. We installed a rich looking luxury vinyl tile from the bathroom […]
HOOD RIVER, OR—69 years ago, Hood River orchardist Roy Webster and a few of his friends hopped in a boat, paddled across the Columbia River to the Washington shore, and jumped in the river to swim back to Oregon. Little did Roy know that he was a starting a tradition that would last to this day. Each year on Labor Day (this year on September 5), the Roy Webster Columbia River Cross-Channel Swim attracts swimmers from around the globe who participate in this fun, quirky event that epitomizes the spirit of Hood River, Oregon.
OLYMPIA, WA – The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission Folk Arts in the Parks Program invites the public to attend the Peace Arch International Concert Series at Peace Arch State Park in Blaine.
WILLIAMS, Ariz. – Grand Canyon Railway (GCR) is reducing its rates on select packages later this summer.
The Grand Canyon Railway offers a variety of multi-night packages that include train travel to and from Grand Canyon National Park, accommodations and some meals.
LAKE FOREST PARK – Northwest Heritage Resources announces the publication of two new cultural heritage audio tour guides: 1) one for the northern half of the Cascade Loop Highway, titled, Cascade Loop Heritage Tour – North; and 2) one for Whidbey Island, titled, Whidbey Island: Cascade Loop Heritage Tour – West.
Ah, here we are, back in real time. What Congress decides affects RVers and their dreams along with the rest of the country and as of today nothing has changed. Neither the D nor R kiddies playing in the Washington sandbox have learned to make nice. But I think I have a solution…If a decision […]
Last week we looked at the “Rest of the Story” listing other activities to enjoy in the Umpqua National Forest while visiting the many waterfalls in the area featured in the “Take a Waterfall Tour” in the July issue of RV Life. This week we will expand on the article “An Oregon Hideaway” http://www.rvlife.com/Travel/an-oregon-hideaway.html also […]