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News for the Week

April 25, 2015
Florida keys

Donna here: What a week I’ve had in the Florida Keys. Active boomer travelers will find so much to do. I’ve kayaked through a mangrove forest, discovered how much fun an ocean charter fishing trip can be and tasted the most delicious seafood. Check out my photos on Instagram for a preview of the Florida […]

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Day Trip To Segovia

April 23, 2015
Segovia Alcazar

As much as I love my adopted city, Madrid, one of my favorite things to do is to explore more of the Iberian Peninsula. Spain is fascinating on so many levels, from its profound history to the vibrant pueblos hidden throughout the country. In fact, driving along Spain’s west coast through the Lower Rias is […]

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News for the Week

April 18, 2015
Arches National Park near Moab, Utah

Spring has finally arrived in Montana, which means that I have spring fever big time. Although I’m busy preparing for a week in the Florida Keys, Alan and I will take Sunday off to enjoy the scenery at Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge. And the open road keeps calling our name, which is why you’ll […]

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Exploring the Florida Keys Boomer-style

April 17, 2015
A funky Key West souvenir

The last time Alan and I visited Key West, Florida, we saw Elvis impersonators from the doorway of a bar. And the third floor roof hosted a nude club. No, we didn’t go. But our short self-guided cruise excursion in Key West started the idea of a boomer road trip to see what else the […]

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Go Off-the-Beaten-Path in Ouray, Colorado

April 14, 2015
Visit Ouray, Colorado

Do you have a favorite off-the-beaten-path mountain town in Colorado? For Alan and me, Ouray takes that honor. Situated at 7,700 ft in the San Juan Mountains, the former mining town is a quaint counterpart to upscale Telluride—a skip and a jump over the mountains to the west. When it comes to charm combined with fun […]

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News for the Week

April 11, 2015
A closer look at Arches National Park.

Our weather in Montana is vacillating between spring and winter. It seems that Mother nature cannot make up her mind. And I have a case of spring fever that’s urging me to get out and explore. Do you ever just want to get in the car and go? Well that’s how I’ve been feeling this week. And […]

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Bond With the Grandkids On a Summer Adventure in Vail

April 10, 2015
Bond with the grandkids on a summer adventure in Vail. Photo by @Greg Ennis. ©Keystone

Alan and I are big fans of active travel, especially when it comes to multigenerational trips. RockResorts has sponsored my article on bonding with grandkids over a summer adventure in Vail, Colorado. Let’s play a game for a minute. Close your eyes. Now think back to your favorite memories of your grandparents. Bet I can guess what […]

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Spend a Day With Art and History on Reynolda Road

April 8, 2015
The garden at Reynolda House in Winston-Salem

As I drive along Winston-Salem’s Reynolda Road, the trees and landscaping that border the sidewalks, remind me of the beauties of a southern landscape. It’s a pleasant meander through residential areas punctuated by pockets of businesses, museums, and the gates to Wake Forest University. In the early to mid 1900‘s, tobacco and textile tycoons lived […]

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News for the Week

April 4, 2015
Bowman Lake in Glacier National Park

Do you like having a home base? We do, which is why Alan and I are thrilled to be back in Montana after 64 days at sea. Since our week has consisted of catching up with mail, administrative duties and unpacking suitcases, there’s not much news from us. So let’s move on to this week’s […]

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Top Five Western National Parks Apps

April 2, 2015
North Rim of the Grand Canyon

Although the U.S. offers a variety of travel destinations from vibrant cities to beautiful beaches, there is something so magical about exploring the country’s majestic national park system. From the ever-so-popular crown jewel in the national park system, The Grand Canyon, to less-explored parks like Glacier National Park, there is certainly no shortage of active […]

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