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Palouse Falls State Park – A Waterfall Worth a Day-trip

Palouse Falls, in South-Eastern Washington, is a beautiful waterfall and features an interesting hike if you want to reach the top of the falls. It’s a long drive from just about anywhere in the state, but if you make a day of it, it can be well worth it. Halfway to the start of the waterfall you…

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Go Fast Food Free On The Road

When you’re on the road, it’s difficult to avoid fast food. 20% of all meals in America, are eaten in the car – and the majority of these are not healthy choices. Taking a road trip in an RV isn’t about getting somewhere fast. It’s about enjoying the experience along the way. The same philosophy should apply to…

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5 Star Wars Planets You Can Visit Right on Planet Earth

From racing on the back of reckless Fathiers to a show-stopping battle of good and evil on a salt planet, Star Wars: The Last Jedi was an amazing journey for any fan of the films. However, after you left the theater did you wish you could see more? Well, now you can live the Star Wars adventures in real…

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Top Christmas Film Locations for the Movie Nerd in All of Us

One of the best holiday traditions is watching old school Christmas movies. With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to break out the old VHS tapes and snuggle up next to the fire, old school nerd style. But what if you could do a little more this year? What if you could bring your classic…

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5 Things To Make RV Camping More Comfortable

Guest writer: Leigh Marcos Photo by Eugene Quek on Unsplash More Americans have discovered the joy of camping as a new survey shows that an estimated13 million households plan to camp more in 2017 than they did last year. While tent camping remains the most popular way to enjoy the great outdoors, there is an increasing number of RV campers now,…

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Montana National Bison Range

I’ve been wanting to go to this range for years, every time we’ve passed through the area. I didn’t know much about until we went there, which is often the case, but I knew it was a must when I read reviews where people saw of course bison, but also bear, bull elk, mountain lions, bighorn sheep,…