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Standin on the corner road trip

Phoenix, Sedona to Flagstaff, on to Meteor Crater, via Route 66 to Winslow, Arizona. Just me, a Mustang convertible and a wide open road ahead ... Perfect!

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How to Prepare for Everything

don' try to prepare ... be ready!don' try to prepare ... be ready!You cannot be prepared for everything, and, in attempting to do so, you will stress yourself out to the point where even your animals begin to lose their hair. My tip for you is not to try and prepare for everything, but, rather, be ready for anything ...

A Hippo Spotting Safari Adventure in Kenya

hippos on safarihippos on safariWe woke up bright and early the next morning to sunny skies, packed up our campsite and headed inland (away from Rift Valley) to Aberdare National Park, which is located in the higher areas of the Aberdare mountain rang ...

Getaway to Mohonk Mountain House, New York

Mohonk Mountain Resort, NYMohonk Mountain Resort, NYA few weeks ago, I decided to take my son away for a few days. My other child was actually at sleep away camp and since he wasn't going himself (still a bit young), I thought I'd give bring him on a trip with me. Just me ...

How to Stay Safe in a Big City

travel tips to stay safetravel tips to stay safeIf you're a seasoned traveler, you've probably experienced at least one adventure into an area that should have come with a "Do Not Enter" sign. For some traveler's, this is part of the adventure ...

Family Weekend at Morey’s Piers in Wildwood, New Jersey

welcome to Wildwoodswelcome to WildwoodsMy husband and I have been looking for a unique place to take our kids and looked like a good fit - good family fun and a way to give back to a struggling community. As a lover of pop culture and nostalgia, I knew Wildwood, NJ ... 

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