Glacier National Park travel

Fall National Park Road Trip From Arizona to the Canadian Rockies

Cummins originally sponsored this look at a fall national park road trip from Arizona to the Canadian Rockies. Alan and I consider it one of our best road trips ever! Are you in the mood for a national park road trip this fall? Here’s a humdinger of an itinerary that takes you from Arizona to […]

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Let’s Take a Fall Ferry Trip in the Southern Gulf Islands

Hastings House originally sponsored this look at a fall ferry trip in the Southern Gulf Islands of British Columbia. A ferry tour in the Southern Gulf Islands, fills the bill for a unique fall adventure. What traveler doesn’t appreciate beautiful scenery, uncrowded islands and enough activities to satisfy the most active of baby boomers? Visit […]

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Active Travel Tips for Gros Morne National Park

Active travel is obviously one of our favorite ways to explore new destinations, but when we managed to go off-the-beaten-path in a national park, well, our travel feet get really itchy! Guest contributor, Erika Nelson and her husband, went all the way to Newfoundland to find some boomer adventure and did they ever! Erika shares […]

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Enjoy a Stratford Shakespeare Festival Weekend With Our Tips

Canada is a beautiful place to visit in the late summer and early fall. Known for stunningly scenic landscapes, Ontario is especially popular for active travel options. But, it’s not all hiking, biking or building sandcastles at the beach. If you’re looking to mix a little culture into your next Canadian adventure, guest contributor Kirsten […]

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How to See the Best of Toronto in Three Days

Canada is filled with beautiful cities that are packed with history, and culture, not to mention plenty of Canadian adventures for boomer travelers.  Previously, we’ve told you about a Canadian wolf adventure, sailing Bras Do’r Lake and exploring Dawson City. Today, our guest contributor, Cheryl Rodewig, is taking us on a tour of one of the country’s […]

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Ski trails on Mont Royal

Exploring Montreal in Winter

As you know, we love active travel and although some are a little adverse to cold weather travel, we love to mix the two. And while there are many places to enjoy some wintertime travel, you can’t go wrong with our neighbor to the north, Canada. Guest contributor and Ontario resident, Kirsten Gallagher, is here […]

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Cobourg Sandcastle Festival

Exploring Ontario’s Cobourg Beach Sandcastle Festival

It’s already been established many times over that Canada travel is absolutely full of wonderful experiences. However, art-loving travelers might want to put one of Ontario’s most popular annual festivals – the Cobourg Beach Sandcastle Festival – on their calendar for next year. Guest contributor and Toronto resident, Kirsten Gallagher, is here to tell us about […]

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Exploring the French Islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon

Although traveling the world is well worth it, sometimes we forget that exploring in our own backyard is a great way to find little off-the-beaten-path gems. Guest contributor and Toronto resident, Kirsten Gallagher, recently had the opportunity to explore two little-known French islands, St. Pierre and Miquelon, which sit off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada. […]

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Wild Pacific Trail

Walking the Wild Pacific Trail in Ucluelet, B.C.

On a Vancouver Island road trip, walking the Wild Pacific Trail offers visitors to Ucluelet, the opportunity to get out of the car for an exercise break. But don’t move so fast that you fail to appreciate the dramatic ocean views and serene forest setting. Alan and I attended a Porsche Club event at Black […]

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