Visiting the Mission San Xavier del Bac in Tucson

Mission San Xavier del Bac was founded in 1692 by Father Kino, a Jesuit missionary, at the center of a centuries old Tohono O’odham Indian settlement along the banks of the Santa Cruz River, about 10 miles south of downtown Tucson. The original church was built in 1700, but it…

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The Beauty of Maps

The United States has an infinite variety of culture between the different states, and much open, wild land, it could take you a lifetime to see it all. From national and state parks and forests, from historic monuments to theme parks, it’s no wonder that more and more people set…

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Avoid RV Tire Blow Outs

RV tire blow outs are very dangerous; replacing the tire may be expensive, losing a tire while in motion can cause a serious crash. Avoiding tire blow outs on your RV is one of the most important things to do to keep you and your family safe. Don’t Run on…

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Big Savings on Gas While you Travel!

Gas prices are soaring! This has resulted in elevated travel expenses. If you travel by car, YOU have some control over the costs. Here are some ways to save money on gas: * Switch to synthetic motor oil. It reduces engine friction and may make your car a little less…

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8 Tips For Traveling With Your Dog

Just because you have a dog doesn’t mean you have to stay home all the time. If you plan ahead and take a little care, it is easy and fun to travel with your dog. Here are some tips to make the trip easier on both you and your pet:…

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5 Ways to Utilize GPS Technology While Traveling

Click on the image for an RV specific GPS unit. If you have managed to do any research on GPS navigation systems I’m sure you’ve come across countless nifty features that these devices have in common. While not all devices utilize the very same technology, it is great to know…

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