Serenading The Sonoran Desert: Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

The remote Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is a gem tucked away in southern Arizona’s vast Sonoran Desert. Thanks to its unique crossroads locale, the monument is home to a wide range of specialized plants and animals, including its namesake. This stretch of desert marks the northern range of the organ pipe cactus, a rare […]

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Furrion Introduces Two Concept RVs That Define Luxury Living

Furrion introduces concept RVs (Source: Furrion)

Furrion introduced its new concept vehicles, Limitless and Hercules, at the recent 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Limitless, a customized fifth wheel, and Hercules, a futuristic semi-truck, join Elysium, the motorhome complete with a hot tub and helicopter on top that Furrion introduced at CES 2017, to complete the concept fleet. All three vehicles are […]

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Desert Solitude: Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park became California’s first desert park in 1933. Anza-Borrego was named for a Spanish explorer and an animal inhabitant. It was through Borrego Valley that Juan Bautista de Anza discovered the first land route to California. This happened five years after Father Junípero Serra had founded the first mission in San Diego. In 1774 […]

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Highland Ridge RV Introduces New Models At The Florida RV Super Show

Highland Ridge RV is partnering with Lazydays RV to showcase several new models at the 2018 Florida RV Super Show. Show attendees will be able to view the Highland Ridge Open Range, Mesa Ridge, and Highlander toy hauler brands. according to a company news release. The Florida RV Super Show, held at the Florida State […]

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Top 5 Arizona State & National Parks

The Grand Canyon may already be on your bucket list (and for good reason), but it’s fair to say that the state of Arizona has a lot more to offer than its celebrity park: It’s home to 21 National Park Service sites and 27 state parks. Arizona has a reputation for being all desert, sand, and cactus, […]

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National Parks Service Announce Free Admission Dates For 2018

The National Park Service announced that the public will be invited to experience all national parks, without entrance fees, on four days in 2018. That’s down from 10 free days last year and 16 in 2016, the year the system celebrated its 100th birthday. The free day pass program began in 2002. Until 2008, the start […]

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Visit Friendly Bakersfield, the Southern Gateway To The Central Valley

Bakersfield is considered the southern gateway to the Central Valley. Huge for the economy of California, Bakersfield is significant in production of the nation’s agriculture, as well as oil production. The County Seat of Kern County, Bakersfield is the ninth largest city in California and covers over 150 square miles in size and ranks as […]

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