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Grand Canyon with Grand Kids

The English language doesn’t have sufficient adjectives to describe the Grand Canyon…inspiring, awesome, magical…for a start.  Pair that with my...

Colorado: A-basin, The Legend

A-basin is celebrating it’s 70th year of operation.  Arapaho Basin, where skiers now zip along tree lined trails, was once...

Puerto Vallarta: Malecon Magic and Mayhem

So I heard that you could spend from dawn to dusk on the Malecon in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and never...

Key West: Entertainment

Not into water sports or fishing? Not a problem. Key West, Florida has you covered with a variety of fun...

Key West: Watersports

Key West means playing in the water: parasailing, snorkeling, and jet skiing. Fury is pro at providing visitors a variety...

Key West: Fishing

Few locations offer the variety of fish found in the waters of Key West, Florida. The weather cooperated with warm...

Seattle’s Uniqueness

Fish fly at Seattle’s Pike Place Market as the tourists squeeze together between flower and seafood vendors. Freedom is making...

Ft. Sumner, NM: Billy the Kid Museum

The village of Ft. Sumner, New Mexico, lies along highway 84 between Lubbock and Santa Fe. Over the years, I’ve...

O’Keeffe’s NM: a photo tour

An easy 1.5 hour drive north of Santa Fe, traveling through Espinola and Abiquiu, is Ghost Ranch. In 1929, the...

Spotting Spouts on the Whale Trail

When whales burst from the sea with joyful exaltation they humble us with their awesome power. Making the longest migrations...

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