First-Time Visitor's Experience on a Washington and Oregon Road Trip A standing invitation to visit family on Vashon Island off the coast of Seattle began our dreaming of a multigenerational road trip to the Pacific Northwest. We had never been to this part of the U.S. before so there were a lot of things quickly … Continue reading Pacific Northwest Family Road Trip: hits, misses, and favorite pictures
The trips we took as a family are, without doubt, our favorite memories. Having a solid period of time together without the distractions of work, school, TV, or social activities, is perfect for making memories. We traveled with extended family several times when the kids were young, and I believe those trips strengthened the bonds … Continue reading Travel with Grandchildren: 10 tips for having fun on a family trip
An essential on every packing list is a light sweater. Even when you're traveling to a warm destination, you will want to have a cardigan available for chilly flights, excessive AC, or just a cool evening. And if you're like me, trying to pack light, you'll want to choose a lightweight and versatile sweater! That's … Continue reading A Merino Wool Sweater for Comfortable Travel: review of Wooland Landmark Cardigan
As an over 60 woman, I plan my travel wardrobe around classic, easy-care items. I take inspiration from the French style of dressing, focusing on solid colors and classic lines in high quality pieces, accented with colorful scarves and jewelry. A dress fits perfectly into this capsule. Designing your travel style around a simple dress … Continue reading Buying a travel dress? Review of the best lightweight, easy care, and quality dresses
Plymouth is just 40 miles from Boston - the perfect destination for family vacation, a day trip or a weekend away. We're fortunate to live here and love sharing our town, America's Hometown, with our family and friends. There's something for everyone in Plymouth, Massachusetts! This post includes affiliate links. We may get paid if … Continue reading Best Things to Do in Plymouth with Kids: an Insider’s Guide
The 60s, the years just after retirement, are prime traveling years. If life’s been kind, you have the physical and economic resources to take Bucket List trips. But where to start? We asked some top travel bloggers for recommendations and put together an article with a dozen dream destinations to explore after retirment.
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