Lost Dutchman State Park: Adopt-A-Cactus

Last winter I posted three articles on Lost Dutchman, an Arizona State Park named after Jacob Waltz, the Dutchman, who reportedly found a gold mine in the Superstitions in the 1870s. According to legend, the gold is still there somewhere. For generations, treasure hunters have been scouring the Superstition Mountains near Apache Junction for some […]

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February RV Manufacturer Recalls

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has recently announced recall notices involving four recreational vehicle manufacturers—Thor Motor Coach, Navistar International Corp., Winnebago Industries, and Newell Coach Corporation. Thor Motor Coach Elkhart, Indiana-based Thor Motor Coach (TMC) is recalling 165 model year 2010 Windsport and Hurricane motorhomes manufactured from April 27, 2009 through September 3, 2010. […]

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Discover San Antonio’s Mission Trail

The chain of five missions that were established along the San Antonio River during the 18th century stands as a reminder of Spain’s most successful attempt to extend its New World influence and control. Representing both church and state, these missions were charged with converting the local Native Americans, collectively called Coahuiltecans, into devout Catholics […]

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Whale Watching Great Fit for RVers

Life in a recreational vehicle can be full of adventure and new experiences. The approaching spring season brings new opportunities for RVers to explore the natural world and create lasting memories. Of the many activities available during spring, whale-watching season is a great opportunity to learn and experience something new. Beginning mid-February, more than 18,000 […]

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