Kodiak bear next to a river with water dripping off his chin.

Kodiak Island Bear Watching: An Amazing Boomer Travel Adventure

Is a Kodiak Island bear watching trip on your bucket list? It’s been on mine for a long time. Although I’ve visited the island of Kodiak on Alaska cruises, there’s never been enough time to schedule a trip to see the Kodiak bears (and none of my favorite cruise lines have ever offered one). My […]

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Take the High Road To Taos

Have you driven the High Road To Taos while visiting Santa Fe, New Mexico? This scenic road is a great way to get out of town for a bit. Or do like Alan and I did when we drove the High Road, spend a couple of nights on a Taos getaway before returning to “The […]

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Two sailboats on Flathead Lake with lots of clouds in the sky.

Flathead Lake Lodge Review: A Weekend Getaway for Adults

Are you looking for a guest ranch experience in the Big Sky Country of Montana? What if it’s located on a gorgeous mountain lake? And what if there were activities to satisfy the most active boomer traveler while still leaving plenty of time to soak in the beautiful mountain scenery? Guest contributor Jeanine Consoli and […]

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Turquoise painted house surrounded by green trees

2 Days in New Orleans: Best Things to See and Do

Spending 2 days in New Orleans is a great way to break up a Gulf Coast road trip. The Big Easy is a mecca for foodies, amateur historians, architecture fans, and, yes, party goers. Guest contributor, and fellow boomer travel blogger at PassingThru, Betsy Wuebker shares her recent New Orleans experience. Get ready for a […]

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7 people in a raft riding through a rapid on the Ocoee River in Tennessee

Ocoee River Rafting on a Multigenerational Trip

Are you curious about an Ocoee River Rafting trip in Tennessee? Did you know the experience makes a wonderful multigenerational travel experience? Guest contributor, Vickie Lillo, experienced just such an adventure. She shares her heartfelt thoughts about Ocoee white water rafting with her father and her son—three generations of brave travelers! Is this active travel […]

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white and turquoise float plane sitting at a dock on Lake Hood in Alaska

The Best Things to Do in Anchorage, Alaska Before or After a Cruise

Are you looking for the best things to do in Anchorage, Alaska for your next cruise? Whether your cruise begins or ends near Anchorage, the city (and region) deserves some pre or post cruise exploration. My Itchy Travel Feet featured contributor, Debi Lander from ByLanderSea, has done our Alaska cruise research for us. By following […]

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bridge across the Gulf of Mexico at Bay St Louis, Mississippi

The Ultimate Mississippi Gulf Coast Road Trip 3-Day Itinerary

Are you looking for a Mississippi Gulf Coast road trip itinerary? You know how baby boomer travelers feel about road trips, especially if beaches and southern cuisine are involved. Teresa Otto shares her experience traveling along the Mississippi Gulf Coast, also known as the Secret Coast, on a three-day road trip. Get ready for beautiful […]

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man feeding a tarpon fish in Islamorado Florida

Five Funky Things To Do in the Florida Keys

Are you looking for funky things to do in the Florida Keys? While there are plenty of fun activities in the Keys, some are more unique than others. On a Florida Keys road trip, as a guest of The Florida Keys and Key West, I expected to indulge in tasty seafood, treat myself to key […]

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rugged mountains with green trees, train trestle near bottom of phto

Fairbanks to Denali by Train and What to do When You Get There

Have you thought about taking the train from Fairbanks to Denali during an Alaska trip? Alan and I will certainly be adding the experience to our next adventure in the Last Frontier. Did you read Debi Lander’s (ByLanderSea) tips for fun things to do in Fairbanks? She’s back to tempt us with a Fairbanks to […]

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