Travel

Protect Your Travel Investment, Health, and Safety

By Angella A. Arndt ~ The events of the past few months have significantly impacted our daily lives. We are staying home, forgoing work, play, and travel. But as we start to travel again, what can you do to protect your investment, health, and safety? Travel insurance provides a safety net for the unexpected, but

Experience the Haunted Heritage of Historic Granbury

By Sharon Kurtz ~ Looking for a spooky getaway close to home? Recently named Best Historic Small Town in America, downtown Granbury is brimming with historical interest, small-town charm, and, of course, ghosts. Less than a 90-minute drive from Dallas, this North Texas gem is an authentic Texas adventure rich with history, colorful characters, and

Fort Worth Is the Perfect Staycation Destination

Six Reasons to Experience this Unique City By Sharon Kurtz ~ When the year began, who would have thought we’d be facing a summer without a summer vacation? Recommendations during this pandemic tell us to limit our exposure to the virus and stay close to home. So this summer, try a “staycation.” For a quick,

Happy Campers

Summer Vacation Amidst the Pandemic  By Sharon Kurtz ~ People overwhelmingly want to stay away from crowds and remain close to home. So, close-to-home road trips may be the best first choice for people planning their COVID 19-safe vacations, thanks to low fuel prices and cabin fever. Camping provides more opportunities for social distancing than

Secluded Island Getaways on Florida’s Gulf Coast

By Fred Mays ~   Florida is a big, populous state with lots of tourists. Consequently, finding a little peace and quiet on the beach gets harder all the time. But here are places where you can get away from the crowds and enjoy some sand-dune solitude.   Cabbage Key The attractions on Cabbage Key

Austin, Texas and Prescott, Arizona—A Comparison of Two Fabulous Cities

By Gail Clifford ~ If you love Austin, you’ll love Prescott Arizona …The Connections You Never Knew “Home is not a place…it’s a feeling.” After recent visits to both Austin and Prescott, I realized if you love one, you’ll easily love the other, the synchronicity is astounding and you feel, well, right at home. Of

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