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5 Spectacular Ways to Tackle the Pacific Crest Trail

For a half-century, the epic Pacific Crest Trail has enticed hikers to trek through some of the most beautiful and rugged terrain found in the Western United States. The fabled route stretches 2,650 miles between California’s Mexican border and Washington’s Canadian border, following the undulating north-south ranges of the Sierra and Cascade mountains. As a
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A Dad Outside: A Camping Legacy for Our Children

A SoCal Boy and His Adventures Growing up as a Southern California boy, camping was a huge part of my childhood. Almost every single Spring break, Fourth of July, Memorial Day, and of course summer break memory that I have involves being in the mountains, the beach, lake, river, woods, or even the snow (yep, it actually
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USI RV Park – There’s No Place Like Home

Welcome to Wichita Wichita is the largest city in Kansas. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 382,368. The city was incorporated in 1870, based on the success of businessmen who came to hunt and trade with native populations. Its position on the Chisholm Trail made it a destination for cattle drives heading
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Tips for Buying a Used Motorhome

Finding and buying a used motorhome can be a daunting task. Not only do buyers have to locate a rig that best meets their needs, but must also assess the vehicle’s condition and title. The condition relates to the general shape of the RV while the title deals with verifying clear title and free of
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