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Cold weather gear for women that packs light.

Cold Weather Gear for Women That Packs Light

Cold weather gear for women that packs light.

Updated 11.01.2019:  Are you a boomer traveler who still enjoys snow—in a limited amount—combined with winter activities that are fairly easy to do? Me too. When preparing for a cold weather trip, do you find yourself thinking, “What am I going to wear?” I used to feel the same way. Like you, I’m not a […]

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Spring Cleaning for Travelers

Spring Cleaning for Travelers

Spring Cleaning for Travelers

Updated 03.06.2019:  Spring cleaning for travelers? Absolutely! While cleaning out, reorganizing and getting rid of clutter in your home, don’t forget travel accessories. Spending a few hours reorganizing and cleaning travel items in spring, will prepare you for plenty of boomer adventure throughout the year. Spring cleaning luggage When is the last time you inspected […]

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Lolo Pass

Alan’s Tips for Making a Do It Yourself Winter Driving Kit

Lolo Pass

Updated 11.01.2019:  We’re all accustomed to seeing Alan’s amazing travel photos, but rarely do we hear from the man behind the lens. In fact, very few readers realize that Alan is a travel planning machine who thrives on the challenges of off-the-beaten-path travel. We’ve already spoken about winter travel and the hurdles that come with […]

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coloring-supplies

Introducing Boomer Coloring Gear

Introducing a new addition to the My Itchy Travel Feet Boomer Gear shops. We’ve added a category for adult coloring that lists all the boomer coloring gear that I take on the road—and use at home. Of course it includes our greyscale coloring books: Coloring Glacier National Park and Coloring the West. But there’s more […]

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ecbc Falcon Wheeled Duffle Bag

Breeze through TSA Security with Falcon Wheeled Duffle Bag

ecbc Falcon Wheeled Duffle Bag

What if there was a wheeled duffle bag that made going through airport security hassle-free? Meet the Falcon Wheeled Duffle Bag by ecbc. Have you heard of the ecbc FastPass system? It’s a one-of-a-kind system that lets you breeze through TSA airport security without unloading all of your electronic gear. You’ve been there. At the […]

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Photographing fall colors on a road trip

10 Things to Bring With You on a Fall Leaf Peeping Trip

Photographing fall colors on a road trip

  Fall road trip gear for your next leaf peeping trip Updated 09.01.2019: Leaf peeping has become a competitive sport of sorts for serious nature lovers. Although many prefer to keep it simple with just a camera and a water bottle, the true key to quality peeping is being peeper-prepared. To help you enjoy the […]

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Delsey rolling tote bag

Saving My Back With a Delsey Quilted Rolling UnderSeat Tote

Delsey rolling tote bag

Updated 11.24.2018. Although I wrote this rolling tote bag review in April 12, 2016, this Delsey bag is still going strong and I still recommend it. Do you struggle with a heavy backpack or personal item when traveling by plane? Have you considered a rolling tote bag? Meet my new favorite piece of luggage—the Delsey […]

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tracfone

Six Months Using TracFone

I’m reporting my experiences using one of America’s largest no-contract wireless services as a TracFone brand ambassador (sponsored). Since July, I’ve been exploring the features and benefits that TracFone offers through their no-contract, nationwide wireless service. Like many boomers, change doesn’t always come easy for me. Would I have good coverage without roaming charges? Did […]

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NEw Travel Gear

5 Items I’m Adding to My Travel Gear

How long has it been since you’ve evaluated the items that consistently go in your carryon—replacing outdated products in favor of smart new travel gear? I’ve made some adjustments this year. Some of the products are new to the market while others have been around awhile (I just took my time adapting to them). If you’re […]

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