Cruisers gather on an island beach in the Sea of Cortez. Good place to do some reading.
Another series, which spans the era of the Pullman planned town, (one of the largest, and most substantial early company towns in the United States was Pullman, developed in the 1880s just outside the Chicago city limits. The town, entirely company-owned, provided housing, markets, a library, churches and entertainment for the 6,000 company employees and an equal number of dependents. Employees were required to live in Pullman, although cheaper rentals could be found in nearby communities), was written by Judith Miller. Click here to see the books on Amazon. I checked these out from the library on my Kindle.