Journey Home: The Story of Paton’s Birding Haven

“Journey Home – How a Simple Act of Kindness Led to the Creation of a Living Legacy” is the story about the kind and generous couple who welcomed strangers seeking to watch hummingbirds into their Patagonia, Arizona yard for decades, asking nothing in return. The story about how this remarkable place, which became known as […]

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Heartland RVs Updates Big Country Brand For 2018 Models

Elkhart, Indiana-based Heartland RV has announced updates to the Big Country brand for the 2018 model year. The manufacturer listens to its customers and its dealer partners and put their suggestions into production, according to a company news release. Keeping with its commitment to full-time RVing, Big Country fifth wheels will come standard with 12-volt […]

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Beauty, History & Adventure Come Together in Alabama

Beauty, history, and adventure all come together in Alabama, a state rich in experiences for visitors to savor. It’s a place where you can take in all the sights, sounds, smells, flavors, and sensations that you’ll always remember. Tour the historic Alabama State Capitol in downtown Montgomery. Visit Dexter Avenue King Memorial Church where Dr. […]

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Stephen C. Foster State Park: Rich In History And Isolation

Stephen C. Foster State Park is a primary entrance to the legendary Okefenokee Swamp, a peat-filled wetland in the southeast corner of Georgia. Though the park is only about 120 acres, it is a prime access point to the 700 square mile Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge and it’s most famous island―Billy’s Island. The name “Billy’s […]

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5 Best Arizona Small Towns to Visit

Arizona is a place of spectacular natural beauty and desert landscapes that eagerly await your visit. While most people associate the Grand Canyon with Arizona, and we admit that it is breathtakingly beautiful, there are so many small towns in this state begging to be discovered. Check out our list of the best Arizona small towns to visit: […]

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A Great Migration: Bosque del Apache

It was a frigid November morning at New Mexico’s Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge where we had joined dozens of ardent wildlife photographers and nature enthusiasts, lined up tripod-to-tripod and scope to scope, ready and waiting for the action to begin. We were standing on an observation platform called Flight Deck overlooking a network […]

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