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Spring Break with the Family in Port Aransas, Texas

With everything from gleaming museums to rugged nature trails, Port Aransas is one of the hidden gems of Texas. It’s especially great for families who are looking to take an all-ages vacation. Here are just five ways to have some fun in Port Aransas during your next vacation!

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Vacationing in Charleston vs Folly Beach

South Carolina is known for its beautiful shoreline, tropical like beaches and unique islands. It is no wonder that people would want to visit this amazing U.S. state. But where should you stay once you’re there? There are so many unique cities along the shoreline that are perfect for vacationing, but which one is the best? Well, that is hard to say because it depends on what you want from your vacation. Here we will compare two amazing cities, Charleston and Folly Beach, so you can easily choose your next vacation spot. Continue reading “Vacationing in Charleston vs Folly Beach” »

The Best Ways to See Fall Colors in Massachusetts

Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons. Fall means it’s time to pull out that box of sweaters sitting in the back of your closet and wrap yourself in a warm scarf. It means warm apple cider, pumpkin carving, haunted houses, and of course, taking in the vibrant fall colors. There’s no better place to witness the changing leaves than in Massachusettes. With Massachusettes’ Berkshire mountains and central region filled with rolling hills and river valleys with dense tree coverage, including the popular sugar maple, there are plenty of places to see the Massachusetts trees evolve into a fiery color. Continue reading “The Best Ways to See Fall Colors in Massachusetts” »

Cape Cod in the Fall: The Best Things to Do and See

During Fall, the once crowded beaches and town streets of Cape Cod open up. The bright red, yellow, and orange foliage deliver a striking backdrop. The weather becomes cooler and encourages residents and a few visitors to explore the wonders of the changing season. Cape Cod is also home to many bed and breakfasts and inns that offer seasonal and fall specials, like Candleberry Inn in Brewster, MA. Some believe that autumn is Cape Cod’s finest season and below you’ll find plenty of great activities and sights to enjoy. Continue reading “Cape Cod in the Fall: The Best Things to Do and See” »

Spending the Weekend in Deer Isle, ME

There is nothing more rejuvenating than a little get-away. Even a weekend is enough to help recharge your batteries and renew your zeal. This weekend, why not slip away to Deer Isle, Maine? Come and see the beauty, walk through the galleries, and sample the foods of this little town. Continue reading “Spending the Weekend in Deer Isle, ME” »

Five Reasons to Visit Hilton Head Island This Summer

Located in the southeast corner of South Carolina, Hilton Head Island is an outstanding vacation destination. With its tropical-like atmosphere and breathtaking beaches, it offers visitors impressive views of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as a high number of attractions and activities. Below are five reasons to plan a summer getaway to this beautiful part of the country: Continue reading “Five Reasons to Visit Hilton Head Island This Summer” »

Family Vacation Guide for Myrtle Beach

When it comes to planning a family vacation, you know that planning ahead is important. You don’t want to arrive at your destination and ask yourself “So, what do we do now?” Myrtle Beach is a great family destination that offers a 60-mile string of beaches and a wide variety of attractions to keep your family entertained. If you are having trouble planning your Myrtle Beach getaway, take a look below at some of the best Myrtle Beach attractions for families that are sure to create laughs, smiles, and long lasting memories.   Continue reading “Family Vacation Guide for Myrtle Beach” »

Experience the Sights of Hocking Hills State Park

The 9,238 unspoiled acres of Hocking State Forest surround Hocking Hills State Park in Hocking Hills, Ohio. Boasting a picturesque and romantic wilderness it displays enormous jutting sandstone formations, cool deep canyons, lofty hemlocks, and shimmering waterfalls. It includes wooded gorges and ridge tops housing an abundance of wildlife such as the barred owl, white-tailed deer, wild turkey, and the short-tailed bobcat. The luxuriant undergrowth lavishes profusely with ferns, bushes, and wildflowers. Many of the wildflowers are rare and some of Ohio’s most unusual flora. Lichen and moss cling to rock faces. Continue reading “Experience the Sights of Hocking Hills State Park” »

A Traveling Notary’s Trip Through Western New York

After becoming a mobile notary a few years ago as a way to make a few extra dollars outside of my day job as video professional, it’s taken me to some interesting parts of New York. Recently I was in Syracuse visiting some friends for a week and some jobs rolled in and as a mobile notary I couldn’t resist the opportunity to visit some parts of the state that I’d never been to – namely Rochester and the Finger Lakes. There are moments I’m glad I was able to become a New York notary, and thankful that I can get New York notary supplies while I’m on the road! Continue reading “A Traveling Notary’s Trip Through Western New York” »

Take a Wildlife Tour Through Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Jackson Hole, Wyoming is one of the most naturally beautiful places. The nature in Jackson Hole attracts thousands of tourists and locals each year. Visitors flock to Jackson Hole to observe wildlife first hand and it’s a place that has some of the most unique species. From mammals to a range of birds and fish, visitors from all around come to explore the natural beauty of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Whether you’re looking to explore animals on land or a range species in the water, here are the best ways to take a nature tour in Jackson Hole. Continue reading “Take a Wildlife Tour Through Jackson Hole, Wyoming” »

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