Friday, November 28, 2014

Florida’s Forgotten Coast

Bald cypress trees loomed all around us, dangling Spanish moss like sad puppeteers. We cut through the… [more]

Florida’s Forgotten Coast Florida’s Forgotten Coast

Hike and Bike the Sedona Red Rocks

Millions of years ago, when the face of our Earth was very different from what we see today, forces of… [more]

Hike and Bike the Sedona Red Rocks Hike and Bike the Sedona Red Rocks

Bike the Sonoma Wine Country

For a taste of California’s wine country, head to the picturesque town of Sonoma, where you can enjoy… [more]

Bike the Sonoma Wine Country Bike the Sonoma Wine Country

Bisbee, Arizona

Bisbee, a former boomtown, once known as “The Queen of the Copper Camps,” is about to blow up again… [more]

Bisbee, Arizona Bisbee, Arizona

Featured Articles

Florida’s Forgotten Coast Florida’s Forgotten Coast

Bald cypress trees loomed all around us, dangling Spanish moss like sad puppeteers.... 


Hike and Bike the Sedona Red Rocks Hike and Bike the Sedona Red Rocks

Millions of years ago, when the face of our Earth was very different from what we... 


Bike the Sonoma Wine Country Bike the Sonoma Wine Country

For a taste of California’s wine country, head to the picturesque town of Sonoma,... 


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Free/Nearly Free

8 Free (Or Nearly Free) Things To Do In Austin, Texas 8 Free (Or Nearly Free) Things To Do In Austin, Texas

Cathedral of Junk See recycling at its best in Vincent Hannemann’s backyard. For... 


7 Free (Or Nearly Free) Things To Do In Sedona, Ariz. 7 Free (Or Nearly Free) Things To Do In Sedona, Ariz.

Hike To One of Sedona’s Vortexes In 1980, Page Bryant coined the term “vortex”... 


8 Free (Or Nearly Free) Things To Do In San Francisco, Calif. 8 Free (Or Nearly Free) Things To Do In San Francisco, Calif.

Hike Across the GGB Enjoy mind-blowing views from over 200 feet high with a trek... 


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Outdoor Adventure

Florida’s Forgotten Coast Florida’s Forgotten Coast

Bald cypress trees loomed all around us, dangling Spanish moss like sad puppeteers. We cut through the water in a small touring boat past several alligators, lying motionless on a log. When he wasn’t pointing out the many gators, snakes, turtles and birds, our tour guide was telling us – in a thick southern accent – about the surrounding wilderness.... [Read more of this review]


Hike and Bike the Sedona Red Rocks Hike and Bike the Sedona Red Rocks

Millions of years ago, when the face of our Earth was very different from what we see today, forces of nature – specifically wind, water, and erosion – were hard at work, slowly sculpting the sandstone formations that now grace the Sedona skyline, and beckon its visitors to come outside and play. With beautiful scenery, year-round sunshine and protected... [Read more of this review]


Joshua Tree National Park Joshua Tree National Park

With its twisted branches reaching towards the sky, the Joshua Tree was named after the biblical figure of the same name by Mormon pioneers who passed through the Mojave Desert in the mid-1800s. Regardless of your beliefs, a visit to Joshua Tree National Park in southern California just might be a religious experience. Waiting to board the ferry at... [Read more of this review]


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