Updated December 20, 2016.
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The Road Trip Gift Guide features gifts that are sure to become family travel favorites, perfect for Valentine's Day!
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The old west lives on in Nevada’s Virginia City ghost town. Duck into the Bucket of Blood Saloon to escape a boardwalk shoot out. Watch your step . . .
A packable bag solves mid-trip travel needs when your luggage isn’t enough. There’s nothing worse than . . .
Drying wet clothes can be a challenge if you aren’t prepared with the right equipment, such as a travel clothesline, and a few tips.
Handwashing travel laundry can be a stinking mess if you aren’t prepared with the right equipment and a little know how . . .
Backpacking sleeping pads are designed to protect the body from cold, damp and uncomfortable ground conditions; it’s all about weight and pack size . . .
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Mima Mounds are not the roadside oddity road trippers usually encounter, but they are definitely a unique curiosity, worth taking the road less traveled to see!
Are you looking for the best camping hammocks? You’ve come to the right place to find them . . .
Remember the old-time camping bed roll? It was the original “sleeping under the stars” shelter used by mountain men, soldiers, cowboys and emigrants of the historic North American West . . .
Getting camping supplies online is a wonderful convenience not enjoyed by earlier generations of road trippers . . .
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I’m delighted to announce the first edition of my newest travel guide, Road Trip Explore! Oregon--Yosemite National Park, is now available . . .
I’m pleased to announce the second edition of Road Trip Explore! Oregon--Molalla River Corridor & Table Rock Wilderness is now available . . .
I’m delighted to announce the second edition of my Oregon coast travel guide, Road Trip Explore! Oregon Central Coast, Lincoln City to Yachats is now available . . .
I’m delighted to announce the first edition of my newest travel guide, Road Trip Explore! Oregon--Clackamas River Recreation Area, is now available . . .
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