Longtime golf writer Jim Moriarty churned out what should be in the golf world a bestseller. Jim Moriarty’s Playing Through, Modern Golf’s Most Iconic Players and Moments examines the transformation of the game in the last 35 years. One thing that readers will appreciate about this book is its originality. Jim Moriarty’s Playing Through Details […]
If you’ve ever wondered why some RV rest areas area so funky, a new road trip photo essay book called “The Last Stop” explains why.
Want to learn RV travel photography tips but are too afraid to try? New e-book by RVer Levi Henley makes it easy to understand photo taking basics.
Anyone can be a great chef with the magic of campfire flame. The “Pie Iron Recipes” cookbook can turn your outdoor meals into masterpieces.
Yes, you can escape crowds in the Golden State. A new guide to private RV camping in California along the Eastern Sierra tells you how.
I can’t imagine that with a 1.5 billion Powerball jackpot looming a few days ago, you didn’t spend a few minutes wondering what you would do with all that moola after taxes. I can’t say I’ve spent much time dreaming because my kids remind me that you have to actually buy a ticket to be […]
The tourism bureau of Snohomish County, north of Seattle, is offering a free guide to 30 hikes, from beach walks to wilderness explorations. The guide includes driving directions, distances, elevation gains, and ratings of hiking difficulty. The guide can be downloaded at Snohomish.org or picked up at visitor information centers in Lynnwood, Snohomish and the […]
The Legend of Joe Golfer is the first book written by Canadian Chris Kalwa, a lifelong educator, recreational athlete, and a private golf instructor with a passion for inspiring others in golf and life. The book is a salute to the regular player, with helpful golf tips and suggestions for recreational golfers—just like having a […]
James R. Hansen’s recently published book, A Difficult Par: Robert Trent Jones Sr. and the Making of Modern Golf, is more than your average golf book. In 500 pages, the New York Times bestselling author and internationally distinguished historian carefully examines the remarkable career of Robert Trent Jones, golf’s foremost architect, as well as that […]
Dan and Lisa Goy, who run Baja Amigos RV Caravan Tours, have been RVing in Baja California since 1985 and been leading tours there since 2008. Now they have used their expertise to create a guide for those who want to travel to Baja on their own. “The reality is there are lots of folk […]
For long commutes or RV road trips, music and audio books can fill the time, but there’s another option—the radio drama. Radio programs recorded decades ago can be purchased in various audio formats today, but what you may not realize is that new radio dramas are still being created. Jim French, who began his scriptwriting […]