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Portland, Oregon – For Kids of All Ages

Spring break is just around the corner. What are you going to do with your kids for a week? If you have the time and inclination, consider a trip to Portland. Portland is home to a slew of kid-friendly activities — indoors and out — designed for children of all ages.

San Francisco Secrets

The eateries, the night life, the history and the fog; San Francisco secrets abound! Founded June 29, 1776, the beloved city on the bay has survived a…

Ultimate in Luxury: Parrot Cay

A peaceful, pristine oasis awaits, just southeast of the Bahamas. The Turks and Caicos, consisting of about 40 islands and cays, is one of the best kept secrets in the Atlantic Ocean. Home to the third largest coral…

Mysterious Forest Dwellers

I used to love watching Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom with Marlin Perkins. It was about the only way we could see rare and interesting creatures from interesting places around the world without leaving home.

Go Ballooning This Weekend

Everywhere you look the morning sky is saturated with these nylon mammoths. Once they get off the ground they drift upward into the sky in silence. There are no words to describe the exhilaration of…

Secret Waterfalls

The Iguazu Falls, located in South America, consist of 275 waterfalls along 1.67 miles of the Iguazu River. Havasu Falls, in the Grand Canyon is one of the most…

Washington State Pit Stops

For many people that live in Washington state, making a trip across the state along Interstate 90 at least once a year is a given. For most of us, it happens many times a year. Here is our compiled list of must-stops.

Mammoth Cave Park

Dark, winding passages, eerie silence, a labyrinth of treasures and discoveries, that’s what Native Americans found when they stumbled upon Kentucky’s Mammoth Cave more than 4,000 years ago. Now a national park, you too have the chance to…

Urban Trails: Portage Bay Loop

Ghosts, Indian chiefs and educated horses. Fast boats, buried cash and speakeasies. Seattle’s streets have captivating stories, and mostly we just cruise right by them. For some intrigue with your exercise, try walking or running this 5-mile loop around Seattle’s Portage Bay. Whether or not you have toured this area before, you will get a fascinating slice of Seattle’s past along with your workout.

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