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Beth Lanier

Beth Lanier has been a nomad -- a committed full-time RVer -- for the past 10 years. Traveling inspired her to spin romantic tales of strong women who travel and her first novel, One Good Man, is now on Kindle. A series of novellas based on single women who RV, Road to Romance, will launch in September. In her spare time, Beth rescues and re-homes dogs, is an avid photographer, singer, kayaker and artist. Always eager to learn something new, her latest project is learning the slide guitar. Beth is a member of RomVets, Romance Writers of America and Escapees. To contact her, visit

Confessions of a kayaking addict


Thanks to kayaking, I have been up-close and personal with moose, whales, dolphins, swans, loons, eagles, and many other animals that you wouldn’t be able to get close to on dry land. Nothing on earth relaxes me like slipping into my kayak and paddling out onto a quiet, peaceful lake.

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Hilda Cerday: A walking miracle


"Stay Active! Do something you enjoy and keep your body moving. The key to not getting bored, and therefore becoming depressed as you age, is to always have a plan. Even if it is just once a month, take a little trip somewhere to break the monotony and to refresh your perspective on life." -- Hilda Cerday

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Sailing the Alaska Marine Highway

(Photo by Beth Lanier)

For those who want to truly experience the Inside Passage to Alaska — on your own timetable — there is no better way than to sail on the Alaska Marine Highway. You experience the inside passage without having to give up the comfort of your own RV.

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The majesty of Wyoming’s dwindling wild horses

Beverley - Wild Horses 5

With the Bureau of Land Management rounding up hundreds of wild horses each year, one of the few remaining wild horse herds can be found just outside of Cody, Wyo. And I was determined to see this untamed marvel up close before it is lost forever.

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