Baby boomers seeking thrills don’t have to look far to find heart-thumping excitement in Queenstown, New Zealand’s adventure capital. Want to dangle from a long rubber band? A visit to Kawarau Bridge Bungy Jump will satisfy your need to bounce upside down from a 43-metre platform. After the thrilling experience, a wine tour in the […]
Updated 03.15.2013 Do you like to connect with nature on your travels? Nothing beats kayaking down the Ichetucknee River on the crystal clear waters of north-central Florida. The six-mile-journey takes paddlers through a cypress forest chock full of wildlife, so be on the lookout for raccoons, wild turkey, blue heron, wood ducks and white-tail deer. […]
I photographed nature’s artistry while on a four-wheel-drive adventure in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado.
What do luxury accommodations mean to you? Is it the thread count of the sheets or the number of stars behind the property’s name? For this boomer traveler, personal service is the key. And that’s what Alan and I found at the all-inclusive Lion Sands Ivory Lodge located in South Africa’s Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve. […]
Do you see the Alltop badge on my sidebar? As 2009 begins, I’m honored to be in the the company of other great blogging sites. You can find me in the travel section, of course.
No, this isn’t some exotic underwater location in the South Pacific. I snapped this photo at the Florida Aquarium in Tampa.
Yes, a baby boomer can learn new tricks. One of my 2009 writer’s resolutions is to join the social networking revolution. This January, I’m dipping my toes into the information oceans of Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin. Care to follow me? I’ll post the links as I join each one. On Twitter, I’m DonnaLHull You can […]
Looking ahead. Writing down goals. It’s that time of year – for resolutions. I’ll be honest. I don’t usually make them. But, a list of want-to-dos and should-have-dones continuously swirls in this travel brain of mine. So, I’m putting them on paper (well, on the computers screen.) Try a new activity Nothing sparks energy like […]
Updated 10.01.2016 At Arches National Park near Moab, Utah, boomer travelers will discover 2,000 sandstone arches — the world’s largest concentration of nature’s bridge-building handiwork. Paved roads lead to parking areas where 10-minute walks end at stone formations or arches with names like Balancing Rock, North and South Window or Skyline Arch. Visited at sunrise […]
When most of the United States is shivering from cold weather, Tucson residents enjoy balmy temperatures with warm sunshine (although as I write this, it’s cool and a little wet). What baby boomer traveler wouldn’t welcome a trip to Tucson for some holiday warmth? The celebration is in full swing with plenty of activities to keep […]