Where to go on an Unplugged Vacation

Do you remember when going on vacation really meant you were taking a vacation? In today's totally connected world it is almost hard to imagine doing that, but it can be done. Don't get me wrong, I am a...

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Why You Will Love Riding Electric Bikes In Vermont

I really had no idea what riding electric bikes would be like. After I recent outing with Lamoille Valley Bike Tours (LVBT), I was pleasantly surprised to find just how much fun they are to ride. What are Electric Bikes? Electric...

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7 things You Absolutely Must Do In Jacksonville, Florida

Jacksonville is a unique vacation spot. As I found out on a recent trip to the area, there is something for everyone to do no matter what their interests may be. Along with their burgeoning food and drink scene, the city is...

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The Truth about Sailing on a Windjammer Cruise

I enjoy cruising on small luxury ships. They are intimate, have unique itineraries and often go where bigger boats cannot dock. While windjammer cruises are somewhat similar to these types of trips, I knew that this kind of voyage...

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Off-Road Segway Tours In Vermont

My family has had the opportunity go on several segway tours during our travels. We have done both on and off-road tours. Riding on a segway is a great way to see a lot in a short amount of time. This proves particularly useful if you are...

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What to Expect on an Airboat Ride

If you have never been on an Airboat Ride before you are in for an aquatic adventure. I recently went out for the first time in Vero Beach with Florida Cracker Airboat Rides. This family run business is headed up by...

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Why You Need to Learn to Surf in Sayulita

The Riviera Nayarit boasts plenty of surfer-friendly beaches. However if you are just learning to surf some are better than others. Sayulita is small beach town located 45 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta. In recent years this sleepy fishing village in...

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Women on Snow Ski Camp

During my early ski days in the Catskill Mountains, a family friend once said to me, "Ski across! There is always snow on the other side of the ice!" As I was careening across the trail, scared of falling, I believed...

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Reflections of a Great Ski Season in Vermont

Not too long ago Vermont winters in our house meant on Friday night ski bags needed to be packed with boots, mittens, balaclavas and hand warmers. Our skis had to be lined up by the back door so that...

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Wheeling and Wandering: Travel with Bikes

My family will tell you I am not an athlete.  They will probably giggle a little when they say it too. You will get no argument from me. I will readily concede to that point. However, when we travel...

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