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Dane Deaner - Unsplash

In 1984, 83-miles of the Tuolumne River, from its source in California’s Yosemite National Park downstream to Don Pedro Reservoir, were added into the National Wild and Scenic Rivers system, an inclusion that lends regard to the river’s esteem... Read more

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When Northwesterners pine for sunshine in the chilly spring months they often head toward Spokane. Situated close to the Idaho border, Washington's second-largest city is known for its arid, temperate spring and fall weather and its interesting... Read more

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Dennis Begin

Anthropology is the study of human societies, their culture, and evolutional development. The University of British Columbia in Vancouver is fortunate to house one of the world's finest exhibits of Northwest Coast First Nations art. Overlooking... Read more

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More and more Canadians decide to go abroad during their vacations. Statistics confirm that the number of Canadian trips overseas has doubled in the last 10 years. Some say it is cheaper to go abroad but what if you knew all ins and outs of the... Read more

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Pat Begin

The American Southwest is known as ‘ranching country'. With wide-open ranges, the Sonoran Desert is ideal for raising cattle, horseback riding and escaping the city. There are ten guest ranches near Tucson that project the feelings of the Old West... Read more

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Visit Parhump

Each winter, azure Mojave Desert skies fill with a beautiful spectacle — the annual Pahrump Balloon Festival. During the weekend of Friday, February 23 through Sunday, February 25, 2018, more than 20 balloon teams will gracefully float above the... Read more

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Dennis Begin

One of the major tourist attractions in Vancouver is the Capilano Suspension Bridge Park. The name Capilano is derived from Kia'palano, who was Chief of the ‘people of the Kiap' on the North Shore. In 1881, George Grant MacKay bought the land... Read more

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William Ennis

There is a saying "that nothing stands still." We can be thankful that this phrase holds true for our planet, otherwise, the dramatic landscape we see in California's Sierra Nevada would be non-existent... Read more

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Gordon Renfree

Howdy Pardner! If you're in the saddle of your RV, out riding the range in southeastern Arizona, giddy up over yonder to Tombstone. It's a great opportunity to take a peek back at the Old American West. Huge numbers of visitors come from near and... Read more

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JoAnn Tilford

I remember my first time showering at the gym on the road. I forgot the shampoo, had to run to my locker soaking wet, then I forgot my loofah. It was a fiasco. Read more

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