Mt. Rainier National Park Geotour
Jun24

Mt. Rainier National Park Geotour

June 24, 2016, FOR IMMEDATE RELEASE Mt. Rainier, WA – Visit Rainier continues to celebrate the Centennial of the National Park Service by releasing the third series of its Centennial GeoTour this coming July 1. The organization has partnered with Mt. Rainier National Park and Washington State Geocaching Association to create a 100-cache educational GeoTour. Over 2015-2106, 100 new geocaches are being placed around Mt. Rainier...

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Exploring Chelsea, New York City
May16

Exploring Chelsea, New York City

Meatpacking District and Chelsea For many it may be the bright lights of Times Square, perhaps the abundance of green forestry in Central Park, or maybe the steel skyscrapers perched high above Nuts4Nuts stands. Some travel to New York City seeking the experience of these popular sites, yet others are more content with an alternative view of “the big city”. For many, the industrial building that houses dozens of diverse food venues,...

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Flipping Off the Intensity Switch
May05

Flipping Off the Intensity Switch

On my first visit into New York City I instantly fell in love. I’d always blown through JFK with the quick connection, hurriedly moving on to other destinations. This time my itinerary gave me a full day and night layover so I caught the train into the crowded canyons of Manhattan — it’s actually very simple — to experience first-hand the things that make the material life full. The entertainment, nightlife, sights,...

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Whitney Plantation: A Different Kind of Tour
Nov18

Whitney Plantation: A Different Kind of Tour

The Southern Plantation   A Slave Past I’ve visited plenty of plantations in the southern states. Most are beautifully restored homes and the tours focus on the gentility of the antebellum south where the greatest discomfort is owed to corsets and multiple petticoats and no air conditioning. I was eager to visit Whitney Plantation because its focus is set squarely on the slaves who made the aforementioned gentility possible....

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Deep Breaths, Small Steps in Breckenridge, Colorado
Jul17

Deep Breaths, Small Steps in Breckenridge, Colorado

A Cabin in the Sky in Colorado Just shy of twelve-thousand feet, surrounded by the remnants of a log cabin, and mountainsides that look as if they belonged on the Tibetan Plateau, my girlfriend and I each took a seat on adjacent rocks. Our stomachs growled, but rather than dig into our packs for the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches that were waiting, we just stared at the tiny waves that rocked across Crystal Lake, just south of...

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Geeky Portland’s Top Five
Jul12

Geeky Portland’s Top Five

Portland for Geeks Portland, Oregon, is known for many things, from craft breweries and independent eateries to its generally quirky aesthetic, embraced by locals with the slogan “Keep Portland Weird”. But that’s far from all. Portland is also one of the geekiest places on Earth. Welcome to Geeky Portland. While a love for comics, games, and old TV shows have permeated the entire city, there are a few especially...

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Great, Cheap Dining in L.A.
May12

Great, Cheap Dining in L.A.

Eating Right in Los Angeles As a lifetime Angeleno I have heard every complaint from friends – particularly New Yorkers – about Los Angeles’ great, cheap dining options. They rave about their city’s hot dogs and pizza on every corner, or the Philly cheese stake place just across the street. I suppose proximity sometimes equals delicious. I’ll admit there is more work getting into the car and dealing with L. A.’s notorious...

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Mofungo and Mulligans: Golfing in Puerto Rico
May02

Mofungo and Mulligans: Golfing in Puerto Rico

  Mofungo and Mulligans: Golfing in Puerto Rico They might as well have handed me a magic wand for all I knew what to do with a golf club. My trip to the northeast region of Puerto Rico called for a golf-centered adventure hitting up all the top courses on the island. At first the talent of the other players was overwhelming as they traded handicap stats and knowledge of the pros standings back and forth. But I diligently...

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Top 5 Things to do in Galveston, Texas in 2014
Jan30

Top 5 Things to do in Galveston, Texas in 2014

Doing it in Galveston The 32 miles of serene beaches are an allure to millions of people who visit Galveston Island each year, but the beaches only tell part of the story of this city that was once one of America’s largest ports. Trip Advisor recently named Galveston as one of the “Top 10 Destinations on the Rise in the U.S.” in 2014, and it’s not hard to see why. Many refer to Galveston as the “Republic...

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Norwegian launches new routes
Sep14

Norwegian launches new routes

Norwegian launches new routes between Scandinavia and Los Angeles (LAX), Oakland-San Francisco (OAK) and Orlando (MCO) in spring 2014. Norwegian will operate the 787 Dreamliner on the routes. At the same time Norwegian launches a new route between New York (JFK) and Copenhagen. Norwegian continues to launch new intercontinental routes as it takes delivery of more 787 Dreamliners. Los Angeles, Oakland-San Francisco and Orlando are the...

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