Enchanted Highway

The Enchanted Highway is a collection of large scrap metal sculptures along an unnamed road in south western North Dakota. The 32 mile long stretch of road is located between the Gladstone exit on I-94 and the small town of Regent east of Dickinson.  Local artist Gary Greff conceived the project and began building the …

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RecPro Recliners Upgrade

Woohoo new RecPro recliners! We recently installed recliners in our motorhome and are now “happy campers”. The recliners have made a huge improvement in our comfort levels when relaxing inside the RV. Our 2017 Thor Vegas 24.1 came standard with a couch and three seat belts. Even before taking possession of the motorhome we planned …

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Door County Wine, Cheese and More

Door County is located on a peninsula between Green Bay and Lake Michigan in northeast Wisconsin. It has 300 miles of shoreline, thousands of acres of cherry and apple orchards, numerous state and county parks, lighthouses, wineries and breweries, art galleries and more. Door County has a year-round population of 28,000 and as many as …

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Airstream – A Timeless Classic

Airstream travel trailers are easily the most recognizable travel trailer on the market with their distinctive round polished aluminum exterior. The body shape dates back to the 1930s and is based on designs by Hawley Bowlus, a designer, engineer and builder of aircraft. In addition to being credited for designing Airstream travel trailers he also …

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Mixing It Up At KitchenAid

Ever wonder how and where products are made? Many manufacturers offer behind-the-scenes tours of their factories, often complete with history lessons, demonstrations and free samples. As a plus, most tours are free or very low cost. We seek out factory tours everywhere we go as it helps to satisfy our never-ended quest for knowledge, aka …

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Medieval Castle in Ohio

One would expect to see a traditional castle in Europe but not one near Cincinnati in Loveland, Ohio. Chateau Laroche, also known as the Loveland Castle, sits in a wooded area on the banks of the Little Miami River. The Castle was built by WWI veteran and medievalist Harry D. Andrews and was named after …

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Free Camping on the Natchez Trace

The Natchez Trace Parkway is a 444 mile long recreational road and scenic drive through the states of Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee.  It closely follows a historic forest trail that was used by Native Americans for centuries and later used by early European and American explorers, traders, and emigrants in the late 18th and early …

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A Travel Trailer for all Seasons

Oliver Travel Trailers in Hohenwald, Tennessee is a family-owned company that produces high quality luxury fiberglass travel trailers. Their trailers feature a unique double shelled fiberglass and composite hull resulting in a high quality product not seen elsewhere. Their design provides superior insulation, durability, strength and ease of maintenance in a product built to last …

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