North Carolina: Don't Miss Flat Rock and Hendersonville

The historic town of Flat Rock, established in 1807, is just what an ivy and pine mountain village should...

The Great Sand Dunes

People driving through the San Luis Valley, located 16 miles north of Alamosa on Colorado highway 17,  hardly notice...

Costa Rica: Monteverde Cloud Forest

The last 18 miles of the road leading to the Monteverde Cloud Forest in Costa Rica, full of ruts...

Best of KOA Campgrounds

Bill and I have been RV’ers for four decades, and always KOA Campgrounds are our favorite private places to...

St Croix: History, Horticulture and Hospitality Reside at The Buccaneer Resort

The Manor House, which is still in use today, was built in 1653 by the Knights of Malta. The...
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North Carolina: Don't Miss Flat Rock and Hendersonville
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The Great Sand Dunes
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Costa Rica: Monteverde Cloud Forest
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Best of KOA Campgrounds
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St Croix: History, Horticulture and Hospitality Reside at The Buccaneer Resort

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The Great Sand Dunes

People driving through the San Luis Valley, located 16 miles north of Alamosa on Colorado highway 17,  hardly notice the sign that says: Great Sand Dunes National Park. Bruce and I have driven this 50 mile gun barrel road ad…

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Costa Rica: Monteverde Cloud Forest

The last 18 miles of the road leading to the Monteverde Cloud Forest in Costa Rica, full of ruts and potholes by design, takes over an hour and a half to navigate. The locals like it that way. And they…

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Best of KOA Campgrounds

Bill and I have been RV’ers for four decades, and always KOA Campgrounds are our favorite private places to enjoy because we can count on totally clean sites with electric, cable, and water and sewer kept in perfect condition. We…

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Gallivanting in the Galapagos

At first it seems simple.  You want to explore the iconic Galapagos islands—the incubator for Darwin’s belief-shattering research.  You find a flight and a hotel and plan to see everything from giant tortoises to playful sea lions.  What you may…

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Stay in a Tiny House in North Carolina

In the Blue Ridge Mountains, about an hour from airports in Greenville, SC, two hours from Charlotte, NC, and a half hour from Asheville, NC, we made a real find through Air B&B…Pura Vida Cottage (near Hendersonville). We had never before…

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St. John: Little has Changed in 50 Years

The only restaurant in the only town on the island consisted of three tables on the second floor porch of a small townhouse. Accommodations were limited to either a luxurious resort or a spartan but beautiful campground. The island’s single…

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The Marquesas: The Islands That Time Forgot

Have you ever wished you could have visited Hawaii just after cannibalism and before tourism?  If you venture a bit further out into the Pacific, you can do just that because there’s a remote, yet accessible, cluster of pristine gems…

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Kentucky Horse Park

Kentucky Horse Park (Lexington, Kentucky) in its 40th Anniversary year is amazing and huge! The paddocks and pastures and show rings are always busy and are lush in Kentucky Blue Grass. We especially enjoyed the introduction to the different horse…

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