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A Bee in the House In Costa Rica

by Maria Ruiz



I noticed a bee in the house we were renting in Jaco, Costa Rica. I put it outdoors and gave it no more thought. Later that day, I saw another bee flying around the living room. Those were the first two bees I had ever seen inside the house. True, there wasn’t any glass in the windows, but generally bees don’t find the insides of houses have anything to offer them.

Snow in Greece

by Maria Ruiz



“Where are we?” Ted asked.
“I don’t know.” I answered. We were driving through the large Greek city of Petras, and the road signs were big and legible. However, they were written using Greek letters mixed with English letters. I was completely lost. Finally, he spotted a sign pointing our way out of the city.

I Broke my Leg in the Jungle

by Maria Ruiz



“I broke my leg,” my husband, Ted said as he crawled up the step in the motor home.
“Oh no! How do you know?” I said.
“I heard it snap as I landed on it. I had just stepped into the jungle when my foot slipped out,” he replied.

An RV Adventure into the Sierra Nevada Mountains

by Joe Laing



Your sense of adventure will get new life when you take an RV trip into the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Outdoor recreation, scenic views and historic highlights are the mark of this particular getaway. You become refreshed and refueled after such a relaxing and inspiring time. The first choice in a vacation experience (even if it is a mini-vacation for a day) is traveling the Sierra Heritage Scenic Byway in an RV. You get to take along your favorite gear and have a comfortable place to unwind at the end of the day's activities!

Doing all the Wrong Things: A Travel Adventure In Guatemala

by Maria Ruiz



“Oh my God, what’s that?” I yelled, as the cab of the motor home filled with steam.
“Oh f…” answered my husband, as our motor home came to an abrupt stop, landing on a slant in the middle of nowhere!
We had entered Guatemala thirty five days ago with a thirty day visa. On day twenty-four, we visited a market several miles from Antigua where we were camping.

RV Road Trip

by Penny Warner



I haven’t been camping in over twenty years. I have pictures of the kids, filthy from head to toe, as proof that I did go camping at least once. But the experience was so traumatic—all that dirt and those bugs and stuff—I swore the next time I went camping it would be at the Marriott—and I’d live without room service.

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