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July/August 2022
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8 National Parks to Explore by Boat, Raft, or Kayak

Surf school, boat tours, and backcountry kayaking: Your guide to the top watery adventures in the West’s national parks.

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The Roads of the Future

While many factors influence safety on our streets, cities around the West are now looking at how roadways are designed to help turn the tide on rising traffic deaths and make roads safer for all users, especially the most vulnerable.

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A Weekend in Dubois, Wyoming

Experience cowboy culture, Native American history, hiking, fly-fishing, and community in Dubois, Wyoming, a town of about 1,000 people a one-hour drive from Yellowstone’s southern entrance.

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Members' Favorite Scenic Swim Spots

Take a refreshing dip in some of the most picturesque lakes, rivers, and waterfall pools across the West.

Pacific Ocean shoreline at Sue-Meg State Park in Trinidad.

Day in the Park: Sue-Meg State Park in Trinidad

Enjoy refreshingly cool and foggy days on the Trinidad Coast, where the rocky coastline promises long walks through massive redwoods and views of offshore sea stacks.

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5 Things We Love About Fairbanks, Alaska

Interior Alaska is an extraordinary place to visit. At the heart of this remote region sits Fairbanks, a former gold rush city with lingering frontier roots and warm-hearted residents.

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How to Detect and Prevent Real Estate Fraud

Email and other online technologies have made it faster and easier to buy, sell, or rent a home—but they have also opened the door to criminals who intercept money intended for a home purchase or rental.

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How to Save Money on Auto Repairs

Whether due to routine wear and tear or a fender-bender in the parking lot, auto repairs are an unavoidable price of car ownership. But there are ways to keep costs down.

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President's Letter: Creating Value for Our Members

We’re looking out for you on the road in more ways than you’d think.

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School of Rock

While exploring near the “toadstools,” a cluster of sandstone hoodoos about 45 miles east of Kanab, Utah, AAA Member Ramesh Hegde stumbled upon this scene.

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