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Boomer travel tips for visiting the Tucson Gem Show

Tucson Gem Show Travel Tips

Boomer travel tips for visiting the Tucson Gem Show

It takes a plan to enjoy a trade event as large as the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show. My Tucson Gem Show travel tips will take you there.  Held annually since 1955, the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show is considered to be one of the largest gem shows in the world—if not THE largest. Visitors […]

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Luxury Gifts for Travelers That You Can Afford to Buy

affordable luxury gifts

Luxury travel means different things to different people. But no matter what our individual tastes may be, we can all use some unique travel accessories that add a luxurious touch to any trip. If you’re shopping for something very special for that discerning explorer in your life—our 2019 luxury gift guide is for you. We’ve […]

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gear for a tropical getaway

Tropical Cruise Gear for the Boomer Traveler

gear for a tropical getaway

Headed on a much needed break from the cold weather? Unless you’re a fan of winter adventures, January through March are great months for a  tropical cruise—or warm-weather getaway. Whether you’re looking to swim with stingrays on a South Pacific cruise or lounge around the pool at a Maui resort like Montage Kapalua, packing the […]

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budget travel gifts

20 Under $20 Travel Gifts That Boomers Will Love

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If you prefer boomer travel adventures, or spending time with loved ones, rather than holiday shopping, this article is for you. In the 2019 edition of 20 under $20 gifts for the boomer traveler, I’ve done all the leg work for you. Shop online using these unique gift ideas instead of trekking around crowded stores, […]

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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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Travel Gift Guide for Grandkids

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Updated 12.01.2019:  Shopping is stressful enough when you’re looking for travel gifts for adults, but choosing cool items for the grandkids is always a bit of a challenge. If you are looking for some great gift ideas for that traveling tot in your family or simply want to inspire a young adult with the love […]

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coloring-supplies

Coloring Supplies to Pack for Your Next Trip

During downtime on a trip, long flights or airport delays, do you grab a Kindle and start reading? I do, too. But sometimes I need a change of pace. That’s when I pick up my coloring supplies. There’s something so relaxing about losing myself—and the stress—in the art of putting color onto paper. And you […]

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Joesph Nogucci Bracelets review

I’ll be Wearing Joseph Nogucci Bracelets on My Next Trip

Joesph Nogucci Bracelets review

I enjoy wearing jewelry, even when I’m traveling. But that jewelry needs to be understated so as not to attract attention. Although costume jewelry is the prudent choice for travel, I still want it to look classy, not cheap. Joesph Nogucci bracelets fits my boomer traveler parameters. I’m so happy that the company invited me to […]

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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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Fort Ross State Park

Off the Wine Trail in Sonoma County

Fort Ross State Park

Traveling on a Coastal California road trip is one of our favorite memories—the scenery—the food—the wine—it’s all good. But what if you’re not a wine lover? Will you find enough to do when your road trip reaches Sonoma County? Today’s guest writer and photographer, Noel Morata from behind Travel Photo Discovery, says “absolutely” if you follow his advice for […]

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