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CN Tower in Toronto Canada with Canadian flag waving

Toronto Touts Canada’s Birthday in a Big Way

A Toronto RV trip is a great way to celebrate Canada’s 150th. See our ongoing coverage of Canada’s 150th birthday in the coming weeks. The largest city in Canada, and by far its most cosmopolitan, Toronto offers everything from gargantuan skyscrapers to beautiful old mansions. Its large and multicultural population gives way to a wide variety of restaurants

VIDEO: Merry Christmas to All from LongLongHoneymoon.com

When we travel in our Airstream (thoroughly documented on LongLongHoneymoon.com), we often reference the philosophy of “less is more.” You know, sometimes bigger is not necessarily better. Indeed, one reason we camp is to purposefully experience a simpler life. Here’s an unlikely “less is more” tale that’s somewhat documented in our Christmas card video. Best

Gr8LakesCamper: Ground Rules

Midwest Living magazine, one of my very favorite magazines, came out with their picks for the best state parks in the Midwest. The magazine’s May/June 2010 issue features 36 of the best state parks in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas. I plan on highlighting some