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These Are The Top 10 RV Travel Destinations for July 4th

These Are The Top 10 RV Travel Destinations for July 4th

If you browse some of the most popular travel websites and blogs right now, you’ll see a ton of content and headlines having to do with RV travel. It makes sense with COVID-19 limiting international and even many domestic travel options…   If you are interested...

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7 Fun Ways To Social Distance This Summer

7 Fun Ways To Social Distance This Summer

With no end in sight of the COVID-19 crisis, finding creative ways to get out, have fun, and take responsible trips are becoming more important. “Now more than ever, we all need to take some time away,” says the team at Encore Resort at Reunion, located in...

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This Granny Pad Went From Backyard Garage to Tiny House

This Granny Pad Went From Backyard Garage to Tiny House

This tiny house renovation project began when Seattle-based designer and contractor Hartman Kable was searching for a place for an aging family member to live in his neighborhood of Maple Leaf. Because of a shortage of affordable housing in Seattle, moving to a larger...

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Scuba Diving Slave Shipwrecks Is a Spiritual Journey

Scuba Diving Slave Shipwrecks Is a Spiritual Journey

“It’s the souls of our ancestors,” said 74-year-old Ken Stewart, cofounder of Diving With a Purpose (DWP), an organization that leads programs focused on submerged heritage, including slave shipwrecks. “We know that 41 people died there, so it could be a graveyard,”...

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Escape to Skåne for food foraging and outdoor recreation

Escape to Skåne for food foraging and outdoor recreation

Only a 30-minute train ride across the Øresund Bridge from Copenhagen is Skåne – the southernmost region of Sweden. For hundreds of years, its geographical position made Skåne the epicenter of the frequent Dano-Swedish wars, until the last peace treaty...

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Youth Diving With a Purpose

Youth Diving With a Purpose

Blankets of sea-green turtle grass jut from a sandy bottom and sway rhythmically in tune to a light current. The hypnotic show becomes more apparent as we descend to a shallow dive site just 22 feet deep in Biscayne National Park. As we approach the sea floor, pieces...

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