Apples, arts and autumn leaves – the beauty of Appalachia

  Fall is an extraordinary time to explore Appalachia’s Tennessee River Valley. When the hardwoods of the mountains produce the classic hues of autumn, and the skies take on a cerulean blue, the people of Appalachia know it is time to celebrate the harvest and the traditions of their agrarian heritage. Harvest traditions include picking apples and making cider. Apple trees... Read More

Buying your pet’s medicine online? Be careful!

  As RVers, we’re often away from home and in spots where we don’t know where the nearest veterinarian or pet supply store is. According to a recent RVtravel.com survey, 50 percent of you have a pet (mostly dogs). So, when your pet needs medication, how are you handling it?  If you’re purchasing medications for your pet online to save... Read More

Saturday is National Public Lands Day!

This Saturday, September 30, is National Public Lands Day. Celebrate in a National Park! All national parks throughout the country will waive entrance fees and many will sponsor volunteer work events. National Public Lands Day is the country’s largest one-day commemoration of shared spaces. There is something for everyone. Visit a national park for free. Attend a special event. Or lend... Read More