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The Perks Of Life On The Road (With The Whole Family)

The Perks Of Life On The Road (With The Whole Family)

| April 8, 2015 | 2 Comments

Susie Kellogg and her husband, Dan, live full time on the road with their twelve (yep, 12) kids and a dog in a 36-foot RV.

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Ladies, Park Your Camper Here (Best Places To Set Up Your Basecamp On Wheels)

Ladies, Park Your Camper Here (Best Places To Set Up Your Basecamp On Wheels)

| March 30, 2015 | 3 Comments

These adventure-centric campgrounds boast countless outdoor opportunities.

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Trails, Rivers, And Ziplines, Oh My! (Tallahassee Has It All)

Trails, Rivers, And Ziplines, Oh My! (Tallahassee Has It All)

| March 23, 2015 | 1 Comment

  By Julie Peirano Florida’s capital offers weather atypical of the Sunshine State—with all four seasons—and is home to countless activities help make any family vacation a trip to remember. While on the search for some urban adventuring, I discovered that Tallahassee has so much going on. It’s no wonder Tallahassee is known as the […]

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RV Types 101 (For Women With Varied Travel Goals)

RV Types 101 (For Women With Varied Travel Goals)

| March 12, 2015 | 30 Comments

Whatever you goal, one of these RV styles will probably fit your lifestyle and your budget.

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A Month Of Joshua Tree National Park In Five Minutes

A Month Of Joshua Tree National Park In Five Minutes

| March 10, 2015 | 1 Comment

This is the third short film in the MTJP series, which will eventually include stunningly scenic short films of all fifty-nine national parks.

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Seeing Solo Adventures As a Gift

Seeing Solo Adventures As a Gift

| March 3, 2015 | 4 Comments

If you find yourself with the yearning for adventure but without a companion, take a leap of faith and venture out alone.

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Bike Touring Is All About Finding Your Rhythm (And A Riding Buddy)

Bike Touring Is All About Finding Your Rhythm (And A Riding Buddy)

| February 27, 2015 | 1 Comment

Through the process of elimination, I found Carl.

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Someone Filled The Grand Canyon With Marshmallows?

Someone Filled The Grand Canyon With Marshmallows?

| January 28, 2015 | 1 Comment

No, not really. Every few months, a temperature inversion causes this strange phenomenon with the clouds in the Grand Canyon. Cold air fills the canyons, and the warm air above traps the fog in place. It looks like an ethereal white ocean has filled the mile-deep canyon, but only for a brief period of time. […]

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Do Aspen Like A Local (Or At Least Like A Seasoned Visitor) In Winter

Do Aspen Like A Local (Or At Least Like A Seasoned Visitor) In Winter

| December 22, 2014 | 1 Comment

If you can appreciate a good drink, a comfy booth to relax in, and views of a world-famous ski hill, then you’ll probably like this Aspen hot spot (39 Degrees).

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A Hot and Sweaty (In A Good Way) Vacation Destination To Kick Start Your Resolutions

A Hot and Sweaty (In A Good Way) Vacation Destination To Kick Start Your Resolutions

| December 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Club Med at Sandpiper Bay strikes an excellent balance between sweat and soak.

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Hit the Road, Jack (We Mean Jill)

Hit the Road, Jack (We Mean Jill)

| November 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

For those times you need to get away and explore somewhere new, try one of these destinations.

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Avoid Traffic, Parking Fees, And Crowds By Biking To The Balloon Fiesta

Avoid Traffic, Parking Fees, And Crowds By Biking To The Balloon Fiesta

| October 9, 2014 | 2 Comments

Sometimes, the balloons would float over the Rio Grande and we’d follow their course, spinning back home and stopping occasionally to admire the pink of the sunrise or watch a balloon land in a field nearby.

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