Month: July 2019

The Disney Dilemma or, Does It Really Matter Which of the Beasts’ Heads You Feed?

My wife Lacey and I experienced Walt Disney World for the first time in September of 2012 as part of our honeymoon. Being the humble Disney aficionados we were (and are), and having been Disneyland pass holders at the time, we had very high expectations. Thankfully, we loved it as much we’d hoped we would …

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Getting Away To Seabrook, Washington

When we drove into Seabrook, Washington, I thought I was driving right into Magnolia Homes or a city designed by Joanna Gaines herself. The architecture and craftsmanship of the town screamed modern cottage meets coastal simplicity. The colors and design of each street and collective of homes played off each other in a fresh and …

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I Found Some Sasquatch

At the City Park in North Bonneville, Washington, I spotted a family of five Big and Little Feet plus more little feet frolicking in the trees. You know that Bigfoot is another name for the elusive Sasquatch, right? There are actually more than 150 names for this mysterious hominid.

Chasing the Sun: From Melbourne to Cairns via the Road Less Traveled

Just as humpback whales migrate from Antarctica to warmer waters for the winter, many travelers in Australia choose to wave goodbye to the crisp, wet climates of the south and enjoy winter in the tropics, where bikinis and thongs are fashion staples year-round. You can reach the tropical paradise of Far North Queensland in an …

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