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Southern Hodgepodge of Activities and Sites Keep the Ozarks Interesting

Story and photos by Bobby L. Hickman
Whether you want to spend some time with Mother Nature or just drive through the mountains and investigate the view your windshield offers, the Arkansas Ozarks will appeal to many, especially those who…

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Never Boring in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Story and photos by Lynn DeBruin
The tiny flashlight was pointed downward as I deftly negotiated the dirt and pebble-strewn path toward the hot springs. But my eyes kept drifting high above the trees, at a mesmerizing sky ablaze with…

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Lake Tahoe’s Small Towns Grab You and Don’t Let Go

Story and photos by Lynn DeBruin
After more than a week on the road, I quickly realize the most profound statements during my trip have come from a barely-20 year-old busboy standing on the water’s edge at the Sunnyside Lodge.…

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Georgia’s Little Amazon Offers Long Quiet Stretch in Nature’s Midst

Story and photos by Bobby L. Hickman
“Where is everyone?” I asked our guide, Scott Taylor.
We’re two hours into a seven-mile paddle down the Altamaha River in south central Georgia on a clear August weekend morning, and we’ve only…

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Good for the Body, Great for the Soul: Kayaking Tips for Women

By Dian Jordan
Broken Bow, Oklahoma – Kayaking is one of the most wonderful outdoor experiences you can have. It gives you the freedom to float on water, enjoy nature at its best and have a great physical workout. There…

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Camping Connection: Whitewater Rafting the Nantahala River, North Carolina

By Chris Reinolds
Rushing rapids, cool water and stunning scenery are just a few of the ways to describe the experience of paddling a raft on the Nantahala River in North Carolina.
The Nantahala, a Cherokee Indian term meaning…

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Camping Connection: Waterfront for Less

By Chris Reinolds
These days everyone is watching their budget. So are the days of beachfront views and falling asleep to the sounds of gently lapping waves over? Not for campers.
The Florida Panhandle contains some of the most beautiful…

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Stay in San Mateo, Play in San Francisco-Part 1

Story and photos by Bobby L. Hickman
If you’ve ever been to San Francisco, chances are you’ve already been to San Mateo County, the scenic fifty-mile peninsula between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean. The San Francisco Airport is…

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St. John, USVI

Paradise With Its Own National Park
Story and photos by Stacey Dougherty
It was mid-afternoon and we were sitting on the open upper deck of the Red Hook ferry on St. Thomas. As we waited to get under way…

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