Learning about Wellfleet from a local

Is a trip to Cape Cod National Seashore on your travel list? After reading Alexandra Grabbe’s book Wellfleet An Insider’s Guide to Cape Cod’s Trendiest Town, you’ll have all the information you need to plan an active boomer trip to this scenic area of Massachusetts. And, you’ll know just where to make your headquarters—Wellfleet. This […]

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Maine clambake

Retracing Maine Travel Memories

Have your boomer travels taken you to Maine? Alan and I haven’t had the pleasure of visiting The Pine Tree State yet. But after reading today’s Maine boomer travel tips from Brette Sember, author of The Parchment Paper Cookbook: 180 Healthy, Fast, Delicious Dishes!, we’re packing our bags. Don’t miss the recipe at the end […]

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Take a Walk…in New York City

I’m a baby boomer who likes to walk. Are you? When I visit New York City, I could walk all day soaking up the Big Apple’s energetic vibe. Last year when I attended TBEX, walking through Greenwich Village on the way to my lodging in Chelsea was a delight, although mighty hot. In today’s guest […]

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Kayaking in Southeast Alaska

Exercise in the Great Outdoors on the Northern Forest Canoe Trail

Are you a baby boomer who enjoys traveling by kayak? Alan and I had our first kayaking experience while sailing last fall on a combination American Safari and InnerSea Discoveries cruise. We enjoyed kayaking enough to want to try it again. In today’s guest post, Robert Pirozzi of Travel New England, offers up kayaking ideas […]

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Exploring East Coast Scenic Byways by RV

Are your baby boomer travel feet itching as much as ours? Alan and I are wishing we were on a good old fashioned road trip. You know, the ones where you leave the interstates behind in favor of scenic byways. In today’s guest post, Joe Laing of El Monte RV Rentals is back to tempt […]

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Exploring Greenwich Village On a Walking Tour

Greenwich Village isn’t really a secret. It can’t even be called an off-the-beaten-path area of New York City. But on a visit to Manhattan, baby boomer travelers will find tree-lined streets, a secret garden and respite from the chaos of Times Square. At least that’s what this boomer discovered on a summer visit to the […]

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Explore the International Tennis Hall of Fame (and Newport Too)

Baby boomers cruising through New England on a fall RV vacation adventure, should put Newport, Rhode Island and the International Tennis Hall of Fame on their itinerary. In today’s guest post, Joe Laing of El Monte RV Rentals, tells us why. While there are dozens of fascinating reasons to visit Newport, any tennis-loving boomer will […]

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Exploring New York City By Hop-on Hop-off Bus

Are you a baby boomer traveler who’s explored the cities of Europe by hop-on hop-off bus? I’ll admit that I was a newbie to this type of touring until earlier this month. While attending the Travel Blog Exchange conference in New York City, CitySights NY offered press passes for the Shop, Hop and Top (4-day […]

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