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Colorful Bergen, Norway

Spend an active day in Bergen, Norway

Colorful Bergen, Norway

Updated 07.04.2016 On cruises, Alan and I like to get moving when the ship is in port. That’s how we found ourselves enjoying an active day in Bergen during a Norwegian fjords cruise. We walked the streets of this charming city, then boarded a funicular to hike the trails of Mt. Floyen. A port of call on our Regent […]

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Hannagan Meadow Lodge

Cool thoughts about Hannagan Meadow Lodge

Hannagan Meadow Lodge

Updated 02.01.2015 When the thermometer reads 108 degrees in Arizona, this broiling hot baby boomer re-visits her favorite frozen adventures. I picture snow piled high around a rustic cabin, cross-country skiing across a rolling meadow or sitting in the dining room at Hannagan Meadow Lodge watching the snowflakes fall. Located at 9100 ft., in the White Mountains […]

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Tailor a New Zealand tour to your travel needs

Scenes from the South Island\

In my baby boomer travel dreams, I’ve always wanted to visit New Zealand, especially the South Island. When Alan and I finally decided to make it happen, we began with our handy friend Google. But, before we pressed the “go” button, Alan and I listed our criteria: No driving for Alan. Although he’s perfectly capable of driving on the […]

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Plateau Mountain hike in Longyearbyen

Hiking Plateau Mountain

Plateau Mountain hike in Longyearbyen

Updated 06.01.2013 What’s it like to hike above the Arctic Circle in Norway? The landscape is stark, the trees grow about 5 inches high, dramatic photography opportunities are everywhere and the ground is surprisingly spongy. Oh, and you have to watch out for polar bears. No, I’m not a backcountry-hardened expeditioner on a frozen adventure. […]

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What makes a cruise great? The right travel agent

Some of my baby boomer friends roll their eyes when I talk about cruises. They can’t comprehend my love of sailing on a ship from port to port. They think that there’s nothing to do on a cruise and that all the passengers are old. WRONG. The secret to a successful cruise? Choosing the right one […]

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Living green at Valley of the Gods Bed & Breakfast

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Updated 10.01.2016 Do you want to experience living green in an off-the-grid bed and breakfast? A visit to Valley of the Gods Bed and Breakfast in southeastern Utah will satisfy your curiosity. And the introduction to peace, quiet and pure relaxation will keep you coming back for more. When Alan and I stayed in the 1933-era ranch […]

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Zoom down the Matukituki River in a jet boat

New Zealand is adventure heaven for thrill seeking baby boomers. Care to dangle upside down on a long rubber band? How about drifting high above Queenstown on air currents? Bungy jumping and paragliding are some of the adventures you can find in the air. But, if you’re seeking water thrills, nothing beats a ride on a […]

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Dine at 82 Queen for a taste of South Carolina’s Low-country

Baby boomers looking for a fine meal in Charleston, SC, have plenty of choices. The Holy City is full of excellent restaurants. To sample Low-country cuisine in a lush garden setting, visit 82 Queen. Located in the French Quarter of Charleston, the award winning restaurant sits on property that can be traced to 1682. Diners choose […]

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Take a Photo Workshop to See Nature’s Beauty

Arizona Slot Canyons

Updated: 4.20.2016 Baby boomer photographers, have you considered a photography workshop vacation? If you’re a landscape enthusiast, workshops provide instruction while introducing you to choice photo locations (the right spot at the right time of day). Many workshops allow the spouse to come along for a minimal charge. When Alan signed up for Jim Altengarten’s […]

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Confessions of an over-packer

I admit it. I’m an over-packer. The thought of being unprepared gives me the shakes so I run to the suitcase with another must-take outfit or pair of shoes. But, fellow baby boomer over-packers, help is only a click away. Over at Onebag.com, Doug Dyment maintains a site filled with packing advice. And, at One Bag, One […]

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