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Fun Things to Do in Fredericksburg, Virginia for History Lovers

When it comes to American history, the state of Virginia claims a good portion of the most popular American historical sites. Visitors can spend weeks exploring Williamsburg, Monticello, Mount Vernon, and next door neighbor, Washington DC. Have you thought about including Fredericksburg on an American history tour to Washington DC? Debi Lander, ByLanderSea, shares her […]

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Touring Southwest Virginia: Exploring Abingdon & the Crooked Road

Are you a boomer traveler who can’t get enough of U.S. road trips? My Itchy Travel Feet featured writer, Debi Lander of ByLanderSea, introduces us to a road trip itinerary that’s perfect for touring Southwest Virginia. Read on! ‘Virginia is for Lovers’ ranks as one of the most successful tourism campaigns of all time. I […]

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Statehouse in Richmond

What to see in romantic Richmond, Virginia

Richmond, Virginia, is a beautiful city, and one that doesn’t get half as much attention as it deserves. Rich in history and culture, the city is an American gem, filled with interesting landmarks and places to see. But you’ll also find romance in the air, making it the perfect boomer romantic getaway. Are you planning […]

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Virginia Beach activities for a fall trip

7 Ways to Enjoy the Great Outdoors in Virginia Beach

I love the beach in the fall. Don’t you? The hot, humid weather has moderated plus all the crowds have gone home. The tourism industry calls it “shoulder” season. But I call it a great opportunity to enjoy Virginia Beach activities mostly to myself. Are you looking for a fall trip that combines relaxation on […]

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Hiking in Shendoah NP

Six of the Best Shenandoah National Park Hiking Trails for Baby Boomers

By now our love of National Parks is pretty obvious, as is our love of hiking. Whenever possible, we like mixing the two, enjoying great scenic views while doing a little bit (or a lot!) of exercise. Although we have had the pleasure of hiking around the world, today’s guest contributor, Suzan L. Jackson from Book by […]

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