Archive | April, 2016

A Snowy Winter Adventure in Cuyahoga Valley National Park

First published on The Greatest American Road Trip Ohio is notoriously freezing, windy, and snowy during the winter. Weather like that is tough enough for the casual driver, but for two newbie RV’ers heading onto wilderness roads with a 27-foot trailer in tow, it’s a possible deal-breaker. Wally the Airstream is our home now—we want to […]

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Seeing an Old Friend in a New Light: Shenandoah National Park

Guest post by Jonathan Irish, for The Greatest Road Trip. When we arrived to Shenandoah National Park in February, it was very much a world without color. A recent cold snap had blanketed snow on much of the mountains and trails. It had also frozen the waterfalls, and conjured high winds that were bitter cold when […]

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