Appalachian Independence Day: Who Needs Fireworks When You Have an Anvil?

Knoxville’s Museum of Appalachia is an authentic re-creation of mountain life, skills, and traditions. The 4th of July celebration features an anvil toss, with anvils sent skyward by exploding black powder.

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Spend an RV night at farm or vineyard

Harvest Hosts, a members-only travel club offers a new experience for RVers who own self-contained units by pairing them with farmers and wine makers who invite them to stay for a free night. In return, the RVers usually buy some produce or wine. Everybody wins. Membership is only $35 a year and includes interactive maps of the areas.

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Branson’s Table Rock Lake

One of the largest dams in Missouri, few people are aware that they can take a guided tour inside the Table Rock dam. Sherpherd of the Hills fish hatchery free tour is is below the dam.

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Protect your pet – Remote Temperature Monitor

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RV travel is a family affair when you include your children and pets,. Protecting them against injury or death is paramount. “Gadget” is an insignificant word for these monster devices – small in size, but huge in their work. They alert you electronically via your cell phone or bluetooth about hazardous conditions in your RV, home, or anywhere you have internet or cellular connections.

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Colorado Springs by RV and car

U. S. Airforce Chapel

Colorado Springs boasts three particularly interesting places to visit: Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods, and The United States Airforce Academy. Special advice for RVers about campgrounds and driving limitations. Outdoor sports and activities abound. The cultural scene is extensive and eating great food is explored.

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Boulder Indoors – the labs, restaurants, museums and more

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Boulder, Colorado Indoors: Boulder’s reputation for Outdoor Activities is well known, but it is also famous for its Indoor Attractions: Restaurants abound for every taste; Music and theater fill the air; Art is fostered and prominently displayed. Science buffs will find joy in all the laboratories sponsored by the University of Colorado, the U.S. Government and City of Boulder. In other words, Visit Boulder – it will bowl you over.

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