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The Best Quick Trip Tip… Ever!

If you’ve been reading my blog of late, you probably have noticed a number of “2 days in ______” itineraries. It’s not that I wouldn’t love to have longer to explore world-famous destinations like Montreal, Seattle or Sydney, but I share the plight of so many other Americans in today’s economy… I only have two weeks […]

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How to Travel Local

I’m halfway through October’s Local Travel Month, and last week I shared why you should travel local. Today, I wanted to let you in on a few ways that will help you get in on the Local Travel movement, too. Here are my top tips… * Visit your local tourism office and grab any brochures that […]

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Why Travel Local

This August, I spent a few days camping right outside Olympic National Park. We’d spend dawn to dusk exploring the park as much as possible. One night, we returned so late that we were even locked out of our campground! On our last night, we made sure to come back early enough so we’d have time […]

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2012: A Look Ahead

A new year = a fresh start. At least, that’s my mantra du jour as we say farewell to 2011 and ring in 2012. Last week, I posted a look back at my travel adventures and achievements of 2011. Now’s the exciting part… looking ahead to the future! With some reflection, I’ve noticed that my years […]

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55 Places: A Travel Bucket List

It’s tough having perma-wanderlust. Regardless of whether I’m freshly back from some amazing adventure or completely desperate for anything remotely resembling a three day weekend, I can’t stop looking ahead to where I’m going next. So, with this inherent wanderlust I am constantly saying “oh, I’d love to go there” about places I read about, […]

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