The United States has some of the most spectacular wildflower super blooms in the entire world. Spring wildflowers emerge across the coastal valleys of the west, mountainsides and even in the harsh desert environments of some of our National Parks. But, did you know a super bloom does not happen every year?
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Rhyolite Nevada is quite different from what you picture as a typical western-theme ghost town. Only 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas near Death Valley National Park, Rhyolite National Historic Townsite begs you to come explore its’ crumbled ruins. You’ll learn about it’s short-lived history and why it’s one of the most peculiar desert ghost towns in America.
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If you’re looking to escape the bright lights of the Las Vegas strip, trek on out to visit the award winning wineries in Pahrump. Just one hour from bustling Vegas or the magnificent Death Valley National Park, you can experience Nevada’s finest wines and amazing craft meads and ciders. Each winery also offers exquisite wine tastings and free tours of their facilities.
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There are plenty of fun outdoor activities near Las Vegas for adventure seekers to fit into your travel plans! From hiking, biking and rock climbing to fishing and kayaking, the Las Vegas area has some of the best outdoorsy things to do that will make you want to go now!
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Did you know there are over 145 castles in the United States? Some of those castles were built for the rich and famous. While others were fortresses manufactured for defense against foreign enemies. But we’re going to spotlight 13 unique castles in the United States that have such incredible back stories of why they exist. Their noble grandeur is an integral part of America’s history. And we think are truly worth the visit.
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We’ve encountered some pretty interesting people during our RV travels. They all share their stories of where they are from and their livelihoods. And then, we meet other nomads, like ourselves, who have their own stories but of their travels and cool things they’ve seen or done. But when we met a cool group of foreign motorcycle nomads on Urals with sidecars loaded to the gills with gear, we were eager to meet and learn about their own journey because it is like no other.
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