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Pasco Tri-Cities KOA in Washington

While Tom and I were visiting the national park in eastern Washington, we stayed at the Pasco Tri-Cities KOA.  The Tri-Cities area is composed of the cities of Pasco, Kennewick, and Richland with about 300,000 people.  This is a booming area of the state, more than doubling in population since 2000.  The lovely Columbia River …

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Windsor Hotel in Americus, Georgia

When Tom and I visited the three national parks (and one state park posting next week) in southwestern Georgia, we stayed at the historic Windsor Hotel in downtown Americus, Georgia.  Normally we stay in chain hotels, where we know what to expect.  But the Windsor Hotel was convenient to where we were going and put …

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Thunderbird Lodge at Rainy Lake

For the first time since we moved in, Tom and I took a “vacation” from the RV when we went across northern Minnesota and came back through Canada.  We stayed at Thunderbird Lodge on the edge of Rainy Lake, Minnesota for two nights. Northern Minnesota doesn’t have many chain hotels; our usual overnight stays when …

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Herkimer Diamond Mines Resort

On our way back to Ohio from Massachusetts, we spent a night at the Herkimer Diamond Mines Resort KOA in Herkimer New York.  I don’t usually write about places where we only spend one night, but the Herkimer Diamond Mines Resort was unique and worth sharing. Herkimer Diamond Mines Resort KOA is a first-class KOA …

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Minuteman Campground

While we were in central Massachusetts, we stayed at the Minuteman Campground in Littleton.  We stayed at the Minuteman Campground for two weeks and used it as our home base for exploring Massachusetts and for Tom going to his conference in Boston.  From the Minuteman Campground it was a short drive to the commuter rail …

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