Destinations

Boston Public Library

If you had told me ten years ago that M & I would be living on opposite coasts, I would…

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Travel Guide to Surf City

A travel guide to Surf City where summer lasts forever in Huntington Beach. This place brings the promise of never-ending…

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Sunset at Joshua Tree

It was another spontaneous trip to Joshua Tree, We decided in less than 12 hours that we would drive out…

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Street Art LA

Last Sunday morning, we did something completely different: we explored the street art in LA in the Los Angeles Arts…

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Views from the Space Needle

Space Needle in Seattle just opened the weekend before I was there! For the first time in half a century,…

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Travel Guide to Visiting Cancun

IBEROSTAR, Cancun It’s like a page out of paradise where I can lie in a cabana by the pool, looking…

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Flamingos, Wine, and Rock ‘N Roll

CaliLoveWine-WhereGalsWander Flamingos. Enough Said. It’s the perfect combination of Flamingos, Wine and Rock and Roll. It’s a place called CaliLoveWine…

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Road Trip To Arizona from Chicago

A photo gallery of my travels driving across the country from Illinois to Phoenix. Editor note from Zanne: JD is…

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Wanderlust Here: Adventure & More in 5 Beautiful States

Author: fitlifeandtravel.com Satisfy Your Wanderlust In These 5 Beautiful States With Extraordinary Adventure, Culture, and Wow! Imagine a place of red…

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Hetch Hetchy, Another Option for Yosemite

Not many people realized Hetchy Hetchy is another option when visiting Yosemite National Park. Honestly, I didn’t know this existed…

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Adventures Driving the Apache Trail

Along one of the turns, we saw a crashed van pulling a boat on the side of the road where…

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Shopping in Ojai: Fig Curated Living

Step inside this amazing shop called Fig in Ojai part eclectic, bohemian, philosophical shop this is a wonderland for every…

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Hiking Barker Dam at Joshua Tree

Tips to know when hiking Barker Dam at Joshua Tree National Park. When I heard that Barker Dam was also…

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Why Boston Gardens is a Must See

“You will never be completely at home again because part of your heart will always be elsewhere. That is the…

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Armacao dos Buzios, Brazil

Armacao dos Buzios, Brazil

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Kimball’s Farm, Massachusetts

This is the stuff American Summer Nostalgia is made of. It’s National Ice Cream Day, but it’s also 87 degrees…

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Life In A Little New England Town

“My life was being raised in a small town on a farm, and I guess when I was ready to…

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Where to Stay in Yosemite: Evergreen Lodge

Evergreen Lodge: Not only did it have everything I was looking for, but activities for the kids, a rustic, but…

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What Really Happened That 4th of July

(Note from Z: In case you haven’t read the backstory of where we came from and how we became friends,…

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Yosemite Travel Tips from First Timers (and one on crutches)

We received a lot of advice about getting to Yosemite early, parking in one of the main lots and then…

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Southern Charm: Savannah and Charleston

A design conference allured me to Savannah, Georgia. Savannah charmed me with the sweet smell of jasmine, the charm of…

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Olde Pink House – Savannah, Georgia

One of JD’s highlights of her trip to Savannah was dining at the famous Olde Pink House. Hummingbird Cocktail Considered…

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Winter Sunshine in the New England Woods (a survival story)

Text from M: “I’m dodging wild turkeys in my driveway as I drive the mile to my mailbox because of…

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Rolling Green Hills of Spring

When I arrived in Los Angeles I loved the ability to see rolling hills and beauty rising up into the…

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Wanderlusting Up The California Coast

The saying goes…” it’s not the destination, it’s the journey”. This begins my tale of the drive up the coast one…

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Hiking Through the McDowell Mountains

Hiking through the McDowell Mountains. We never thought we would say that and JD in the same sentence. Previously, we…

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Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara

A trip to Santa Barbara is not complete without a visit to Stearns Wharf. When completed In 1872, it became…

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A Chicago Gal Experiences the California Wildfires

Note from Zanne: The Thomas Wildfire began December 4, 2017, and burned 440 square miles across Ventura and Santa Barbara…

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“Real Winter” in New England

Yesterday in the texts between M, JD & Z, we talked about how different the seasons are between us. M…

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Adventures in Palm Springs

Zanne & JD My previous winters in Chicago always left me wishing I could be somewhere warm and wonderful. I needed…

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