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Hiking in Hendersonville, North Carolina

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A few weeks ago, guest contributor, Cheryl Rodewig, took us on a lovely Autumn Escape to Hendersonville, North Carolina. Now she’s back to reveal some of her tried and true tips for hiking in Hendersonville. The Blue Ridge Mountains fringe the western edge of North Carolina. They’re filled with dozens of waterfalls, hundreds of miles […]

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Boomer Hiking in Brittany, France

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A girl after our own hearts, guest contributor, Kirsten Gallagher is a also big fan of active travel. Over the years, she’s been hiking beautiful natural areas around the world from Ireland to Guatemala, but today, she’s taking us to beautiful France. Come along as she takes us along on her wonderful experience hiking in […]

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Hiking Nicaragua’s Telica Volcano

Family standing in front of boiling mud holes

Family travel can be tough, especially when it involves multiple generations. However,  if you throw in an amazing destination, active travel and the threat of perishing in an active volcano, well, it will always be a memorable vacation if nothing else. For instance, our guest contributor, Vickie Lillo recently took her family on an adventure […]

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Touring Germany’s Top Christmas Markets

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Visiting Europe over the holidays is a great way to get some insight into how different parts of the world celebrate Christmas. And, although several European countries celebrate the holidays to the hilt, a visit to Germany’s top Christmas markets is sure to bring it up one more notch! Donna has already told us about […]

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Autumn Escape to Hendersonville, North Carolina

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Although the autumn season is definitely New England’s time to shine, there are quite a few alternatives that offer beautiful leaf peeping without the crowds that typically flock to the Northeast. And when it comes to fall road trips, some of America’s smallest towns offer the most charming experiences. Today, our guest contributor, Cheryl Rodewig, […]

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Active Travel on Pine Island

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Florida has long been known as one of the country’s most popular vacation destinations. Whether it’s the cool vibes of South Beach, the oodles of family fun that can be found in Orlando or the wild wetlands of the Everglades, there really is something in Florida for everyone. But, for those looking to get off […]

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Glamping Tips for Baby Boomers

Glamping Tent Exterior

A lot of people are turned off by the thought of camping because they’d prefer a comfortable stay over roughing it. That’s where glamping comes in. Luxury camping isn’t a new idea by any means, but the concept is breaking out into all types of distinct branches, from treehouses and pods, some more luxurious, others […]

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Tennessee Hiking Spots

Baby Boomer Hiking Adventures in Tennessee

Tennessee Hiking Spots

The crisp days of September and October are a great time to hit the trails on a hiking adventure, especially in the areas that are not trampled by fall-foliage-seeking tourists. Tennessee, for example, is often overlooked by tourists in general. However, in addition to being home to vibrant towns like Chattanooga and Nashville, the state […]

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Planning a 24-hour Baby Boomer Adventure in Budapest

Budapest buildings at night

If you’re looking for a charming, old-world European destination that stands apart from the busting at the seams cities like Paris or Rome, Budapest is right up your alley. From its ornate architecture, to its incredibly unique cuisine, this lovely city has just about everything. However, if you’re on limited time, it’s best to plan […]

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Woman wearing a non la, or conical hat, riding a bicycle in Hoi An Old Town in Vietnam. Her reflection in shown in the Thu Bon River.

How to Spend Three days in Hoi An

Vietnam is a destination that speaks to travelers for a number of reasons, but has an especially emotional connection with Americans. Visiting the country today is an eye-opening experience for many. Guest contributor, Teresa Otto from The Nomad’s Daughter is here to tell us all about her recent trip to the country where she …

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