Tag Archives: Tucson

If You Only Do One Thing in Tucson…

There are numerous reasons to visit Tucson and the many other historic towns and sights around Southern Arizona. Some RVers come for a day or two. Some come for a week. Others stay for the season. Those of us who spend time in Southern Arizona have our favorites places. What you do and where you
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Snowbird destinations: Arizona

For many Snowbirds from Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest, winter means a migration to Arizona. As a winter destination, there are few places more inviting than the Grand Canyon State. Like many of the other western states, Arizona is a land of paradoxes. Deep canyons give way to rugged mountains. Ponderosa pine forests melt
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Historic Tombstone

Many places in the United States are full of the history that formed our country and, as Gary and Barb discovered, Tombstone in Arizona is one of those fascinating locations. Writing of their experiences in Tombstone on their journal, Gary and Barb’s Travels, the couple share in detail what they gleaned about the city’s past.
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RV Cooking Show – Tucson's Greatest Guacamole

Today I’m going to show you how to make an easy, delicious guacamole – direct from my trip last summer to sunny Tucson, Arizona. While at the Flying V restaurant in Tuscon, I learned how to make this zesty mexican food staple. Rich with jalapeños, garlic, onion and other goodies, this is sure to set
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