I truly enjoyed the time the hubby and I spent traveling about in our fifthwheel. Seeing this beautiful country is something I fully advocate. We hope to do more exploring this summer – as long as our wildfire season is a quiet one. Keep your fingers crossed for us. I was very excited when TLC Book Tours offered to send me two travel guides from National Geographic to review at no charge. Read on to learn all about them.
National Geographic Guide to State Parks of the United States:
Yes, Travel Guides are Still Relevant
Some might think that with the advent of smart phones and the internet travel guides like this are no longer relevant. Well, I disagree. For one thing the internet is NOT everywhere despite what people think. I live in a state where the coverage can be sketchy in a lot of places. If you don’t have your phone, what do you then use – a travel guide!
Imagine sitting together as a couple or as a family. You look through the books dreaming of where to go and what you might see. The fun of planning and making notes in your travel guides cannot be denied. I’m already planning and plotting for this summer for some of the areas of Montana that we haven’t seen. I love looking through the books and figuring out what trips we might make.
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