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It Takes All Kinds

You might have a stereotype of the typical camper tucked away in the back of your mind. Usually male, of an indeterminate age, red plaid flannel shirt sturdy boots, and the requisite pickup truck … also of indeterminate age. If so you would be surprised at the variety of people and personalities. First, there’s Brian Continue Reading

Find what you need when you need it.

When we’re on the road, which is most of the time, we use the Internet to search for nearby points of interest and for services such as a laundromat — critical when you think about it or for a store such as guitar center nj. I use my smart phone for small easy tasks like Continue Reading

Gorgeous Wildflowers and a Hint of Autumn’s Arrival

We spent four days last week at the beautiful Canyon Point campground, which is north and east of Payson, Arizona. The trip there from Payson involves a rapid ascent to more than 7,000 feet above sea level. It’s a little hard to catch your breath when you first get there and set up camp. We Continue Reading