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Discover Salton Sea, CA

Discover Salton Sea, CA

November 30, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

Following along the San Andreas Fault, California State Highway 111 winds around the eastern shore of Salton Sea which occupies the Salton Basin, a remnant of prehistoric Lake Cahuilla. Lying 228 feet below sea level, Salton Sea is an inland saline lake in the Sonoran Desert of extreme southeastern California. It is bordered on the […]

RVing and Thanksgiving: Giving Thanks

RVing and Thanksgiving: Giving Thanks

November 25, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

Many will be on the road traveling today and throughout this Thanksgiving weekend. Thanksgiving is the biggest travel weekend in America, and RVers are out in force, back on the road, crossing the country in their RVs to spend Thanksgiving with family and friends. And many Snowbirds are traveling south to their favorite Sunbelt roost […]

Snowbird destinations: Florida

Snowbird destinations: Florida

November 13, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

Florida has long been a haven for those seeking relief from the cold days of a northern winter. Most visitors are eager to trade in their snow shovels for waving palm trees and long walks on sun-kissed beaches. Arriving Easter Week, the Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon, stepped ashore, liked what he saw and […]

Snowbird destinations: Texas

Snowbird destinations: Texas

November 6, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

Texas Spoken Friendly As the temperature dips and the colder months loom, sun-loving snowbirds are getting ready to head to warmer locales. Most snowbirds congregate in one of two areas: Coastal Bend—the Rockport-Fulton-Port Aransas-Corpus Christi corridor; and from South Padre Island and neighbor Port Isabel to the Rio Grande Valley from Brownsville to Mission and […]

A look at snowbirds

A look at snowbirds

October 16, 2010 by · 2 Comments 

The Iceman cometh This article is the first in an ongoing series on snowbirds and preparation for the snowbird lifestyle. It’s pretty safe to say that summer is over and we’re approaching the Snowbird season. Long before winter’s blustery chill begins to sting the bones, plans are being made by millions of Canadians, Northeasters, Midwesterners, […]

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