Growing up in Southern California I spent so much of my childhood at the beach. Being a redhead, I spent it slathered in sunscreen every couple hours, under the umbrella, fighting my mom about wearing a hat when none of my siblings were forced to, and playing in the surf. I love to swim, body surf, … Continue reading Cold Weather Blues: Destinations – St. Thomas USVI
Within the span of 2 short weeks, Katie resigned one position and accepted another, packed her life, learned to hook up, pull and park a trailer, bought a new car and together we drove nearly 800 miles to Norwood, a city just outside of Boston, Mass. An adventure and new start to her life, that … Continue reading Out Around Boston: Our July Adventure
There are many ways to see a city. You can grab a map or two and plot out your own plans. Where to go first, how to get there by foot, bus or train, check schedules and let adventure take you where it will. Or, you can book a guided tour that will handle the … Continue reading To Tour or Not to Tour?
If you aren't one for solo travel or aren't yet ready to take that leap, finding others to travel with you will be an enriching experience too! Finding that right person or people is the crucial first step and you should consider everyone's quirks and hangups when compiling your group. It can be a bit … Continue reading Birds of a Feather: Travel in Groups
If you've considered traveling alone then you know that there are many fears that creep into the mix. Will I be safe in my chosen destination? Will I enjoy spending so much time alone with few people to talk to? Can I afford to shoulder the cost of lodging, travel etc. on my own? What … Continue reading Going it alone?: Solo Travel
Travel, at times, seems to be the deciding factor in the longevity of a friendship or relationship. (This seems especially true when women travel together for some reason.) While it can be a challenge, it doesn't have to end just short of killing your companions and tossing them to the wolves, never to circle around … Continue reading Dodging Bullets: Travel without hating each other
Happy January 2nd, 2018! Wow, 2017 flew by. We hope that all of you had a safe and wonderful holiday season with your family and friends. After ringing in the new year, we are settling in for some new adventures and anticipating the lessons which will undoubtedly be learned this year as we venture out … Continue reading Happy New Year: What’s ahead for 2018?
This couldn't come at a better time. For those of us looking to travel as far as possible this year, WOW Airlines has recently announced that they will be beginning flights from New York to Europe! According to this article, flight service will not begin until May 2018, however tickets are on sale now! I … Continue reading The Deal of a Lifetime: WOW!
Choosing between lugging around a full sized DSLR, or relying on your cell phone, can be a daunting task. A full sized DSLR, battery charger, spare batteries and lenses certainly adds to the weight that will be carried around on a daily basis, as well as taking up a decent amount of space in any … Continue reading Travel Photos: DSLR or Cell Phone?
The voyagers have returned from our adventures in "Beantown"! We had a wonderful time, rolling with what came our way, when it came to the weather and averaged over 20K steps each day. We experienced the "crazy crowds" of Salem in October, toured The House of the Seven Gables, paid respects to the victims of … Continue reading In the footsteps of History: Boston & Salem