Monthly Archives: January 2014

Tips for Avoiding Bear Attacks

Encountering a bear while camping can present a very real danger. Jordan Bonte of Liberty Voice provides these tips that could save your life. What to Do if You See a Bear Stay calm. Either stand your ground or slowly … Continue reading

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How to Stay Warm in the RV During Winter Camping Trips

An unheated metal camper can get bone-chillingly cold in winter. Weather forecasts can occasionally be wrong, which can put campers in much colder temperatures that they expected. Pete Zimowsky of the Fresno Bee offers some tips for staying warm. If … Continue reading

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Snowbirds Winter in Florida, Texas and Other Points South

Destinations in Florida, Texas and other points south beckon snowbirds every winter, as the balmy climate permits an escape from snow, ice and frigid temperatures. Many of these visitors from the north choose to make their home away from home … Continue reading

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America’s Newest National Park Getting Rave Reviews

America’s national parks, encompassing more than 84 million acres of scenery that encompass majestic mountains, sparkling waters and pristine forests, showcase the incredible diverse beauty of the country. If you haven’t visited Pinnacles, the newest national park, you are in … Continue reading

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