(CNN) - Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin had another bone to pick with the media Wednesday -and that includes her employer, Fox News-this time over whether she has ended her "One Nation" bus tour.
Taking issue with reports she has abandoned the tour, she Tweeted, "I did? Hmm, glad I have media to let me know my plans." She then included, "Palin Ends Bus Tour" with a link to a Fox News article.
The Fox contributor wrote of the media, "They never cease to amaze."
Reports of the tour's end appear to have begun when RealClearPolitics posted an article Wednesday that the maybe-2012-presidential-candidate's bus trip was on "hiatus." It then caught fire on the internet with multiple postings trumpeting news of the tour's premature death.
The "One Nation" bus embarked on a tour of historic sites, battlefields and first-in-the-nation primary states in May with stops including Gettysburg, the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia and a clambake in New Hampshire.
At the beginning of her tour the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee told CNN that she planned to travel with the bus to Iowa, the state that votes first in the race for the GOP presidential nomination during its caucus.
"I'm sure at some point I will be going to Iowa," Palin said. "At some point."
But after the conclusion of her much-publicized swing along the East Coast, no other plans have been announced.
This is the second time in as many weeks Palin has zinged the media for misreporting her intentions. Last week she took issue with an American Spectator report that she was readying a presidential announcement for as early as this week.
Later, Palin took to her Facebook page to spread the truth: she has jury duty.
In a post titled,"*Sigh* Reports of Tour Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated,"she appeared to reassure readers that there's plenty of time for more travel, saying, "the summer is long."
"The coming weeks are tight because civic duty calls (like most everyone else, even former governors get called up for jury duty)," Palin revealed.
But she's "looking forward to hitting the open road again" and declared, "The next leg of the tour continues when the time comes."