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A Fun 3-day Olympic Peninsula Road Trip for Boomers

Are you considering an Olympic Peninsula road trip in Washington State? The region hosts a diverse selection of active travel experiences, especially for nature lovers. When planning trips, I always appreciate advice from the locals. Olympic Peninsula resident, Jo-Anne Bowen, Journeys with Jo-Anne, has created a wonderful 3-day boomer road trip to tempt our itchy […]

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Fall in the South: Admire Autumn Without the Crowds

Fall in the South is a gorgeous time for a road trip. Ask me, this Georgia girl knows what she’s talking about. However now that I live in Montana, I’ve lost touch with the South’s secret leaf-peeping destinations. Luckily for us, Tennessee native, James Richardson, knows where to go. Read his tips on how to […]

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Meet Early American History on a Massachusetts Road Trip

By Susmita Sengupta Are you looking for a Massachusetts road trip steeped in history? While we encourage you to include hikes on your boomer road trips, exploring history adds a deeper dimension to your trip. The Boston, Massachusetts area abounds with historical sites. Guest contributor, Susmita Sengupta, takes us on an early American history tour […]

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Hike to Hidden Lake Overlook

Hidden Lake Overlook Trail is a must for Glacier National Park visitors. In a dramatic, open setting that can be windy, hikers are surrounded by alpine wildflower gardens, fragile tundra and the sculpted peaks of Montana‘s Northern Rockies. No wonder it’s one of the most popular hiking trails in Glacier National Park. Prime location is […]

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Active Adventures in Greenville, SC

When it comes to active adventures in Greenville, South Carolina, there’s a choice for every travel interest. From hiking to winery hopping, you’re sure to find fun things to do. A self-proclaimed non-adventurer, Susan Dejanovic, from Baggage and Bubbly, offers her tips for an active trip to Greenville for the less adventurous. Why visit Greenville, […]

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Mississippi Delta Culinary Road Trip

A Mississippi Delta culinary road trip, combines southern cuisine with Mississippi history for a delicious boomer travel adventure. My Itchy Travel Feet featured contributor, Debi Lander from ByLanderSea, takes us there. Tasting my way through the Mississippi Delta Newspaper reporter David Cohn is credited with the saying, “the Mississippi Delta begins in the lobby of […]

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Norfolk Coastal Path Walk: Active Travel for Boomers in the UK

The Norfolk Coastal Path walk is a fun active travel adventure for  boomers traveling in the UK. The trail, a 3-hour drive from London, hugs the coastline along the North Sea.  Sue King from Nomadic KU, shares her experience and tips for this beautiful walk. The Norfolk Coastal Path is an 83-mile trail which encompasses […]

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Birding South Texas on a Rio Grande Valley Road Trip

Did you know that the birding in South Texas is world class? For avid birdwatchers, stopping to observe the birds is a fun addition to a Rio Grande Valley road trip itinerary.  James Richardson is here with the best places to go for birding in South Texas. What a unique road trip! Birding South Texas […]

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Visit Little Bighorn on a Montana Road Trip

If you’re roadtripping in Montana, visit Little Bighorn on an exploration of Big Sky Country. It’s a somber lesson on what happens when two cultures collide. Teresa Otto, from The Nomads Daughter, shares her experience visiting Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument plus tips on how to get there. How to visit Little Bighorn on a […]

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