The Gorgeous Gulf Coast of Florida

Beach loving travelers all have their favorite beaches and I have visited plenty of them. Green or black sand beaches in Hawaii, pink sand in Bermuda, tan sand in California, and the many hues and colors of the Caribbean islands.

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Doing the Quoddy Loop to Campobello Island

Despite occasional differences, the USA and Canada are good neighbors. Nowhere is this more evident than in Passamaquoddy Bay, a picturesque inlet of the Bay of Fundy, where residents of Maine and New Brunswick refused to fight each other during the War of 1812.

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Living It Up In Seattle

Although Seattle is only a few hours drive across the border from my home in Canada, I have never stayed there overnight. Recently I had an opportunity to visit Seattle and it proved to be one of the best weekends I’ve experienced.

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Star Gazing at the Griffith Observatory

We left immediately after breakfast, but it was already blistering hot. Los Angeles was experiencing a heatwave. We parked our car at the bottom of Fern Dell Drive, near Los Feliz Boulevard. From there we walked north, passing the picnic area and the creek.

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Things You Should Definitely Not Do In America

America – land of the great, land of the free, where everything is bigger, better and shinier. The place where they have free refills, IHOP, American flags adorning every government building and Costco. America is known for many great and fabulous things (don’t even let me get started on...

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Skiing and Dog Sledding and Snow Shoeing, Oh My! A Winter Getaway to Northern Michigan

My husband and I love snow. But, unfortunately, we live in the southern state of Kentucky where an inch or so of the white precipitation can cause the city of Lexington to go into a state of emergency in which the grocery shelves are cleared of bread and milk and...

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Back to the roots: El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument

In 1780 King Carlos III ordered the founding of a city in Southern California. One year later, in September 1781, 44 settlers established a farming community called El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles (The Town of the Queen of Angels).

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Selçuk, Turkey and the riches of Anatolia

  We so often think of ancient Rome, the famous sights of Athens, the Pyramids and wonders of Egypt to be the highlights of western antiquity. Another country, Turkey, bridges the lands between east and west and holds a wealth of civilisation and history with vast treasures just waiting to...

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The Denver Children's Museum

As a connoisseur of fine children’s museums everywhere it was a real treat to explore the downtown Denver Children’s Museum with my youngest. Because we’re always on the move it can be challenging to get special one-on-one time with the little one; so, whenever we get the chance we try...

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Running Events in Colorado

Colorado is popular with outdoors enthusiasts. With a minimum of 300 days of sunshine each year, fantastic champagne powder snow, miles and miles of greenbelt and trails, and many cities that are bicycle friendly, it’s really no surprise it is considered one of the healthiest states in America.

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