Celebrate Kentucky Crafts At Berea

Kentucky’s rich heritage of locally made art is as old as the Appalachians―and it’s still being practiced. Think Kentucky and visions of finally honed crafts can’t be far behind. Born of necessity, Kentucky’s crafts tradition began in the hills where Appalachian families stitched quilts, wove fabric, and handcrafted furniture. With the rise of emporiums and […]

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Top 5 Destinations in the Southwest & What to Consider When Planning

The American Southwest is a land of dreams and romance. The call of the west has pulled people from far and wide for at least as long as history records. It’s a place of contradictions and surprises: endless open plains and rolling hills, towering craggy mountains and deep empty canyons, lush vegetation, and deep desolation. […]

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Winnebago Introduces Revel Class B Motorhome

Forest City, Iowa-based Winnebago Industries announces the introduction of the new Revel Class B motorhome. The Revel makes its debut at the annual Elkhart County RV Open House, September 18 to 22. Taking full advantage of the proven 4×4 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chassis, the Revel’s 3-liter turbo-diesel puts 325 lbs./ft. of torque through an on-demand 4WD […]

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Lance Campers Introduces 2018 Truck Campers & Travel Trailers

Lancaster, California-based Lance Campers announces enhancements to its 2018 truck camper and travel trailer lines. “2017 has been a record-breaking year for Lance and we do not intend to rest on our laurels,” said Bob Rogers, director of marketing. “With an incredible list of key product enhancements for the travel trailer line up, we look […]

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