Glamping With Your Pet

Hotels are fine, the fluffy pillows and on-site restaurants have their perks. Yet, what if you could have all the luxuries and room to roam? Glamping affords the luxuries of a hotel with the perks of camping. To put it in dog speak, “Glamping” is the Labradoodle of vacations–a hybrid breed taking the most favored attributes of two vacation options. …

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Let’s Go RVing

Once there, browse the lot for all different makes, models and floor plans to decide which size, style and features best suit your needs. Visit a local RV Show: Click here and input your city and state to find the show closest to you.  Very much like visiting an RV dealer but with many more choices.  You’ll also find representatives …

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And the Music Goes On

By Lisa Rhoden / People to See Editor Billy Ray Johnson, straight out of Vanceburg Kentucky, is our next featured member of the Backroads Band. Billy has been playing music for the last 40 years. Billy’s country music idols are Chet Adkins and Merle Travis, along with so many more.  He has been a member of the Backroads Band for …

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DIY Halloween Tips to Save Money

This year, Americans plan to spend $3.2 billion on Halloween costumes and $2.7 billion on decorations, with the average person spending nearly $87 on their costume alone, according the National Retail Federation. There are easy ways to save money and still enjoy this season’s favorite holiday. And you can even use Halloween as an opportunity to put some extra cash …

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Last Minute Top 10 Labor Day Vacation Destinations 

Last year, Americans headed for the hills for summer’s last gasp; this year it’s sandy beaches and bright city lights. Turnkey Vacation Rentals analysis of Google searches reveals top ten Labor Day destinations with state-by-state breakdown. Read full report here. For families and singletons alike, Labor Day weekend marks the end of summer as the last three-day weekend before the kids …

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The Gurdon Light

The Gurdon Light is said to be an eerie white-blue, sometimes orange, glowing light that moves through the trees near the railroad tracks, off Interstate 30 in southern Arkansas. Local legend has it that the light is the lantern of a railroad worker who fell on the tracks and was beheaded, or in another variation the light of a worker …

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