If the monster Montana snowstorm subsides, Alan and I will be on our way to Triple Creek Ranch as you read this. No matter where you’ll be ringing in 2018 (New Year’s Eve at sea is fun), we wish you a Happy and Prosperous New Year!
Of course it’s the time of year to be nostalgic. Looking back on 2017, I’m thankful for the boomer travel adventures that we’ve been privileged to share with you. But, most of all, I’m thankful for your readership, social media support, affiliate link click-throughs and product purchases. There are times that I wonder what happened to retirement. And then I remember why we do all of this—YOU!
I’m enjoying time off to celebrate a Spanish Christmas with my family and friends. See you in 2018!
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This Week’s Articles
Is Granada, Spain, on your want to visit list? Guest writer, Kirsten Gallagher, shows us how to spend a weekend exploring Granada, Spain.
Planning a trip to a cold weather destination but don’t know what to pack? You’re in luck. Donna has updated cold weather gear for women that packs light.with her latest outdoor fashion tips. See what Donna wears on a snowy adventure with clothing that keeps you warm, looks good, packs light and is easy on the budget. There’s no reason to spend tons of money on winter clothing you’ll only use every year or so.
More Travel News for Boomers
Thinking about a Galapagos adventure? The new Celebrity ship will take you there. Avid Cruiser tells us all about it.
Looking for an island getaway? Start with this list from the L.A. Times.
Maybe you prefer a winter wonderland. Conde Nast Traveler shares their picks from around the world.
That’s all for now but we really want to hear from you. If you have a question about travel or suggestions for our next boomer road trip eguide, please send an email through our contact page.
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