In our last News for the Week, I tantalized you with links to the beautiful gardens at Magnolia Gardens near Charleston, S.C. Seeing as how it’s still rainy and cold in Montana, spring is very much on my mind. And so I don’t leave out my western boomer travel friends, check out the 2017 wildflower bloom predictions for California. With all the rain this winter, desert wildflower destinations like Anza-Borrego Desert State Park and Joshua Tree National Park are going to be bursting with color. And then there’s Arizona and Texas. Desert USA shows you where to go.
If you go: Don’t forget to share your spring flowering photos with us at the My Itchy Travel Feet page on Facebook. I need a dose of spring!
Nicole has the week off. But she’ll return next week with plenty of travel tips and information.
This Week’s Articles
Love to see local wildlife while traveling? Take look at this week’s guest article from Carol Patterson on Walking with Wolves on a Canadian Adventure.
Are you thinking about a Utah road trip? This week I share tips on how to drive Highway 12 Scenic Byway in southern Utah. And, after writing it, I’m ready for another trip to this part of the U.S. The best part? I’ve included the places where we’ll stay next time, along with the hikes and drives we’ll take. All Alan and I will have to do is read the article again, make the reservations and go!
Would you rather travel to Europe? We’ve reached back into the archives for this favorite: Are you traveling to Italy with a car enthusiast? Take him or her to the Lamborghini Museum near Bologna.
More Travel News for Boomers
Do you travel with an emergency kit? I seem to go overboard when creating my own. At The Frugal Travel Guy, Christine Krzyszton shows us how to make a 10-item emergency kit. Easy-peasy!
Alan and I are planning a May road trip in Oregon. Which of Oregon’s 16 scenic byways would you take?
Going somewhere? Start your hotel search with us.
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