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Best Death Valley Attractions for Instagram

With autumn approaching, it’s the best time to visit Death Valley, where the temperatures can be extreme, to say the least. The highest temperature in the entire world was recorded at Furnace Creek at 134°F in 1913.   Even fall can see very warm temperatures, but as long as you are prepared, Death Valley National Park […]

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Gulf Coast Road Trip: Ten Best Stops on Florida’s Emerald Coast

I moved from New England to South Carolina a few years ago to escape the snow. Like many other parts of the country, it was an unseasonably cold winter, even in the South. So when we got that half-inch of snow in February, I jumped in my car and headed even further south! Emerald Coast […]

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South Dakota Road Trip: Seeking the Famous Wall Drug Donuts

“You have to stop at Wall Drug,” said Kathy, my buffalo safari guide at Custer State Park. I’d just told her that my road trip in South Dakota was taking me to the Badlands the next day.  “And make sure you get one of their homemade donuts – they’re legendary.”  Decision made.  I’ll travel just about […]

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Road Trip Yucatan: Things to Do in the Yucatan, Mexico

Road trip Yucatan conjures up so many things to do and see!  Vibrant colonial cities, delicious regional Mayan food, unique cultural experiences, and largely undiscovered beaches make the Yucatán state of Mexico an up-and-coming tourist destination. Abutting Cancun and the Riviera Maya which have become crowded, commercial, and very expensive, the Yucatán region offers a […]

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Oahu Getaway: Three Girls, Three Days

The best view of Oahu came right at the moment I leaned forward and tumbled out of the plane. Finished with an Aikido conference in which Marie and Rebecca participated (I was there to photograph the event) we had decided a short girls’ getaway as in order. After all, the conference was in Waikiki, so […]

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Black Hills Tourist Attractions: Blown Away by the Badlands. Literally.

With just 48 hours to spend in Rapid City, I had already scheduled a visit to Mt. Rushmore, a drive on the Needles Highway, and a Buffalo Jeep Safari at Custer State Park, and a pit stop to eat the famous Wall Drug donuts. From my hotel the first night, I spontaneously Googled “things to do” […]

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