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Jackson Hole, Wyo., offers more than expected

source: www.jacksonholewy.com

(July 29, 2016) — When thinking of vacation destinations, Wyoming may not be at the top of the list. And while some of the state fits the vision many hold of tumbleweeds rolling across a windy highway, but there are several cities that offer beautiful escapes. One such little town is Jackson, Wyo., a beautiful town nestled in the Jackson Hole valley and surrounded by the towering Teton Mountains.

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Feel the rush at Niagara Falls

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Niagara Falls is one of the most iconic landmarks in the country. I mean, we all went there on our eigth grade field trip, right? Well, visiting again as an adult and with my family was definitely an awe-inspiring trip.

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Permanent RV odor control is possible!

Stinks

So our question is, if the RV industry knew there was a simple, inexpensive and 100 percent effective way to eliminate the possibility of noxious odors and gasses entering the RV living space, why would they not provide this as a service to their customers?

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Recipe of the week: Campfire onion

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This week's recipe is for a campfire onion. It was submitted by Huck Hutchens from Weslaco, Texas. He and his wife, Peggy, have lived in a 1988 36-foot Overland or 1999 Holiday Rambler for more than 10 years traveling around the United States and Canada.

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RVing in the Big Apple

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We ventured forth into one of the largest cities in the world pulling our travel trailer behind us and lived to tell the tale. What's more, we actually enjoyed ourselves, and would even consider doing it again.

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Recipe of the week: Campfire potatoes

Baked potatoes on campfire

This week's recipe is for campfire potatoes. It was submitted by Sara Baker of College Station, Texas. She's just 17 years old and likes helping her mom when they cook this recipe on the campfire. One of her favorite memories is camping with her aunt and cousins in a popup camper at Texas State Parks.

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Wells Gray Park: Canada’s true wilderness

(Photo courtesy of Destination BC/Andrew Strain)

Visitors seeking nature at its best will come in anticipation of wildlife viewing, camping, hiking, photography, white-water rafting, and canoeing – all without the crowds. There’s room for everyone here!

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Mark My Words: Gas vs. diesel

Gas pump Fotolia

I’m currently contemplating the purchase of a fifth wheel. The unit I’m interested in is 14,000 pounds, so I’ll have to buy a bigger pickup to pull it. Do I want a diesel or a gas pickup? Why do I want either one?

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Surviving a summer hailstorm in your RV

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“Foreknowledge is forearmed,” as the saying goes. If you see a storm approaching with high likelihood of hail, pull up stakes and get out of its way if you can. But what if you can’t avoid a storm?

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Washington, D.C.: Your American adventure awaits

Washington DC travel collage with landmarks and architecture.

Thanks to the free admission at the Smithsonian museums and galleries, and the iconic monuments and memorials that are free for anyone to take a gander at, this city is actually one of the most affordable places we have visited.

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