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Postcard From Robert G. White Large Animal Research Station

Postcard From Robert G. White Large Animal Research Station

Wish You Were Here – Postcard From Robert G. White Large Animal Research Station Karen and Riley Caton’s 2014 RV Road Trip to Alaska We’re Karen and Riley Caton, full-time RVrs on a three month, 7,500 mile round-trip journey from Washington to Alaska. Join us as we travel up the famous Alaska Highway (formerly the […]

Wish You Were Here – Postcard From Fairbanks, Alaska

Wish You Were Here – Postcard From Fairbanks, Alaska

Wish You Were Here – Postcard From Fairbanks, Alaska Karen and Riley Caton’s 2014 RV Road Trip to Alaska We’re Karen and Riley Caton, full-time RVrs on a three month, 7,500 mile round-trip journey from Washington to Alaska. Join us as we travel up the famous Alaska Highway (formerly the AlCan), visit towns and villages, […]

Travel the Alaska Wilderness: Chicken Gold Camp & Outpost

Travel the Alaska Wilderness: Chicken Gold Camp & Outpost

Travel the Alaska Wilderness: Chicken Gold Camp & Outpost A DESTINATION IN THE ALASKA WILDERNESS – CHICKEN GOLD CAMP & OUTPOST IN CHICKEN, ALASKA By Karen and Riley Caton HISTORIC PTARMIGAN, ER, CHICKEN This is one of those out-of-the-way places. No, it’s WAY-out-of-the-way. This is real wilderness and everyday amenities are not found here. No […]

Travel Pennsylvania – Trail of Food, Olive Oil and Spices in Butler County

Travel Pennsylvania – Trail of Food, Olive Oil and Spices in Butler County

Travel Pennsylvania – Trail of Food, Olive Oil and Spices in Butler County By Habeeb Salloum and Muna Salloum Near a week was spent in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, a city filled with activity, alongside the rushed living of modern urban centers, but with a focus on sustainability – an activity lacking in the world’s largest […]

Travel Hawaii: Mucking About on Molokai

Travel Hawaii: Mucking About on Molokai

Travel Hawaii: Mucking About on Molokai By Cherie Thiessen, Photos by David Dossor Riding mules down the highest sea cliffs in the world to visit a former Leper colony. Hiking with a park naturalist in a mountainous rain forest on the island’s remote Eastern side. Wandering on a myriad of sandy, unpeopled beaches and braving […]

Travel Utah: Discovering Nine Mile Canyon National Backcountry Byway

Travel Utah: Discovering Nine Mile Canyon National Backcountry Byway

Travel Utah: Discovering Nine Mile Canyon National Backcountry Byway By Karen and Riley Caton They are descriptive yet primitive, almost infantile. The inhabitants created them to tell their story and they have endured for centuries. They are a beautiful view into the past, an outdoor museum in the wilds of Utah! Said to be the […]

Travel Arizona – Sedona Pampers the Body and Soul

Travel Arizona – Sedona Pampers the Body and Soul

Travel Arizona – Sedona Pampers the Body and Soul Sedona Stretches Legs and Minds in a Red Rock Paradise By Dominique Millette Nestled roughly halfway between the Grand Canyon and Phoenix, the city of Sedona offers New Age getaways as well as outdoor fun to almost 4 million visitors a year. Its modern reputation dates […]

Travel California: Spring Adventure – Napa for One

Travel California: Spring Adventure – Napa for One

Travel California: Spring Adventure – Napa for One By Diane Leone With two full days and 3 nights to spend in Napa in the spring, I was determined to make the most of it without being exhausted. So, I rented a convertible and after arriving in San Francisco at 10:00pm on a Friday night, drove […]

Travel Nevada: Visiting Las Vegas on a Budget

Travel Nevada: Visiting Las Vegas on a Budget

Travel Nevada: Visiting Las Vegas on a Budget By Erinn Sluka Las Vegas is a great getaway for the family and especially as a couple. There are shops, shows, eateries and adventures all in walking distance. My husband and I frequent Las Vegas a few times a year and what I love most about our […]

Travel to Badlands National Park in South Dakota

Travel to Badlands National Park in South Dakota

Travel to Badlands National Park in South Dakota Blown Away by the Badlands. Literally. By Patti Morrow With just 48 hours to spend in Rapid City, I had already scheduled a visit to Mt. Rushmore, a drive on the Needles Highway, and a Buffalo Jeep Safari at Custer State Park. From my hotel the first […]

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