Black Mesa Winery: Velarde, New Mexico

Forty-five minutes north of Santa Fe is Velarde, New Mexico, a community of 500 souls and Black Mesa  Winery....

Who Needs Travel Insurance? You Do!

The call came at 9:00 PM. A friend needed to be evacuated from a Caribbean clinic for life-saving treatment....

Shearing Alpacas at Dream Catcher Ranchito

Less than 30 minutes from  the heart of Santa Fe, NM, is Dream Catcher Ranchito.  Owner, Mary Ann Andrews,...

Traveling with Grandchildren: simple rules

The coveted “spring-break” was quickly approaching. How does one find an affordable, appropriate, fun place for young teenagers to...

Race Car Experience

For my 60th birthday I was given the experience of a lifetime with a day at the Richard Petty...
New Mexico, Velarde
Black Mesa Winery: Velarde, New Mexico
Travel Tips
Who Needs Travel Insurance? You Do!
New Mexico, Santa Fe
Shearing Alpacas at Dream Catcher Ranchito
Louisiana, New Orleans
Traveling with Grandchildren: simple rules
Texas
Race Car Experience

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Evacuation can be expensive.
Travel Tips

Who Needs Travel Insurance? You Do!

The call came at 9:00 PM. A friend needed to be evacuated from a Caribbean clinic for life-saving treatment. When she arrived the next day, she was within hours of death. The complications—and cost—were horrendous; the alternative: unthinkable. Even if…

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Bill's race car. A birthday to remember.
Texas

Race Car Experience

For my 60th birthday I was given the experience of a lifetime with a day at the Richard Petty Driving Experience at Texas Motor Speedway. Excited and apprehensive, I arrived at the track early in the morning and drove through…

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Soothing spiritual and visual decor sprinkled around the property.
New Mexico, Ojo Caliente

New Mexico: Ojo Caliente

Fifty miles north of Santa Fe, New Mexico  lies the healing waters of Ojo Caliente (literally, Hot Eye, but poetically, Hot Springs).  During the time of the ancient peoples, this area was known as P’osi, meaning “where the water comes…

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Autumn Sashimi Plate
Japan

Ultimate Sushi: An Aficionado’s Quest

Shortly after I hired Phil, the man-who-would-become-my-husband, the first sushi restaurant in New York opened across the street from our office. He became entranced by the slices of fish glistening like jewels and it’s been his favorite food ever since….

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