Announcing Our First Feature Article Published in MotorHome Magazine – May 2015 Issue

 Announcing Our First Feature Article Published in MotorHome Magazine – May 2015 Issue

You may recall a year ago with your support and encouragement we ventured into the publishing world of travel writing and photography.  We stuck our toe in the water and submitted a short, 200-word article with one photo which was published in MotorHome Magazine last May.  Today, we are pleased to announce our first feature article and photo spread published in the May 2015 issue of MotorHome with two more articles awaiting publication dates!

And so, we thank you again for spurring us on with your continued encouragement.

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11 Comments on “Announcing Our First Feature Article Published in MotorHome Magazine – May 2015 Issue

  1. I knew you guys could do it. You both are very good and I’m not surprised at your success. Keep it up!

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  2. Great writings & visits you are making to various areas. I’ve been to all of the states, some many times. One trip a year…. for years….

    & lots of curiosity… have also brought me to all the Canadian Provinces, plus much more, i.e., countries/continents. Most on summer vacations,

    but later on, in retirement, I stayed longer/wandered in some places because I COULD. I have climbed Mt. Rushmore 6 times. 😎 Corinne.

    _____

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  3. Congratulations on a great article with magnificent pictures. I don’t subscribe to the magazine, but I’m thinking about it to read your articles and pics. We’re in Florida until first week of May. Went home for Easter to see the family–snowed on Easter! We left two days after to be in the sun!! Love, Jane & Larry

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  4. Glad I know where to find you guys. Love your adventures. Congrats on getting published!

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