Our long pandemic Winter has left many travel lovers longing for outdoor adventures. As the weather warms comes the time to seek satisfaction.
Further fueled by watching this year’s wonderful Oscar-winning film “Nomadland,” about life in a van, travelers are ready to hit the road for a genuine camping adventure – whether they...Read more
If you are looking for a unique outdoors adventure, head for alluring Santa Catalina Island, a charming 75-square miles spot of land off the coast of Southern California, some 26 miles west of Los Angeles. Known in song as “the island of romance,” Santa Catalina is a rare and wondrous blend of seaside resort and nature preserve. The ...Read more
Camden, Maine -- Passengers aboard the tall ship Lewis R. French develop a proprietary attitude toward the historic schooner.
First-time sailors quickly become engaged in life on board. By day two of a six-day sail, they're old hands at hauling and heaving anchor and lines, trimming sails, coming about and doing galley chores such ...Read more
It’s unlikely that you’ll get there in time for Easter or even later this year, but the tiny rocky dot of land known as Easter Island is a great destination to add to your bucket list for some time in the future.
Like the holiday for which it was named, Easter Island does give rise to a sense of wonder. It’s in the ...Read more
Now that more than 61 percent of adults over 65 have been vaccinated against COVID-19, and that percentage is increasing rapidly, many senior citizens are ready to travel again. In fact, many are champing at the bit in eager anticipation of reopening the gates to getaway travel and visits to much missed friends and family across the nation...Read more
The month of March, officially designated as Women’s History Month is a time to honor the heroic feminists who have championed equal rights and opportunity for women and to remember the brilliant women who’ve made significant contributions to America’s social, political and cultural history. What better way to get to know them than ...Read more
Women’s History Month – the month of March – is a great time to reflect upon the herstory of the early feminist movement, much of which was centered in downtown Manhattan.
If curiosity calls you to explore the sites where Susan B. Anthon, Elizabeth Stanton Cady and other Suffragettes made headlines with demonstrations to...Read more
When you’re on the road and away from everything that’s happening at home, one of the most frustrating things that can happen is that you lose power on the devices that keep you in touch and in the know. You arrive at your destination, and you find that your cell phone or whatever device you rely on for communication is out of power �...Read more
If you feel the need to travel but are pandemic-wary of taking to the skies, take to the road instead. Automobile tourism has been a fact of American life for decades, but this year it has become a most popular option for leisure travelers who are finding – sometimes to their surprise – that getting there can be half the fun. <...Read more