Travel

Light the way to Holiday Cheer

Light the way to Holiday Cheer

By Carrie Dunlea There’s something magical about Christmas lights. The way they twinkle and seem to dance before our eyes. Colorful holiday displays can lighten the heart of even the biggest Grinch this time of year. How can one not be happy when there is […]

Backroads of Texas

Backroads of Texas

San Jacinto to San Bernard refuge By Gary Clark and Kathy Adams Clark From San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site, follow Park Road 186 until it turns onto US Highway 225 or Pasadena Freeway east until it merges with Texas Highway 146. Drive south 28 […]

Sail through history in historic Salem

Sail through history in historic Salem

By Rhonda Briggs Have you ever noticed how a place can make a season feel more enchanting? A tropical island during the summer. A snow covered mountain in winter. A trip to Salem, Massachusetts in October. This small town in northern Massachusetts, with a name […]

Live…learn…vacation

Live…learn…vacation

By Rhonda Briggs Every vacation has a purpose. Rest, relaxation and rejuvenation are usually at the top of the list of reasons we take time off from our everyday activities. Scenic locations draw us in. Unexplored cities excite us. And the promise of new adventures […]

Get ready to go Glamping

Get ready to go Glamping

By Rhonda Briggs Have you always loved the idea of camping but not the work and preparation it takes to make it happen? Maybe you tried it only to discover it wasn’t for you? For years, elite Americans and Europeans have enjoyed African safaris where […]

Smoky Mountain Escape

Smoky Mountain Escape

By Rhonda Briggs ROAD TRIP! These two simple words can either conjure up emotions of elation or dread depending on who will be in the car. For dedicated road trippers, simply planning and preparing ahead of time can make for a great adventure. This summer, […]