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Corey Dembeck

Cruise Seattle’s Lake Union with the Electric Boat Company

Seattle is a beautiful city. Surrounded on both sides by water and mountains, it’s a paradise for quick getaways—especially during summer. One great way to enjoy our backyard scenery that only takes a couple of hours is by renting a boat from the Electric Boat Company and cruising Lake Union. There is so much activity

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Kathleen Walls

Beaumont–Port Arthur where Music Lives

The Beaumont, Port Arthur Metropolitan area in Texas is called the Golden Triangle, referring to the wealth that flowed in after the oil gusher at Spindletop in 1901. It includes other smaller cities such as Orange, Nederland, Groves, Port Neches, Vidor, and Lumberton, and smaller places within the area. It could also be called “Golden” regarding the number of

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Amanda Finn

7 Gifts a Traveller Will Actually Love

Every list of travel must-haves includes sleeping masks, feet hammocks and compression socks. This isn’t one of those lists. Do you want to make the constant traveler in your life feel really special? Give them something that will soothe their tired soul at home or abroad. Scala Wool Cloche-Claire in denim, $42 at tenthstreethats.com. 1. Tenth Street

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Corey Dembeck

Photographing Birds with My Daughter at Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually

Peter Griffin, star of “Family Guy” and avid bird lover, once asked, “Do you or do you not know about the bird? Cause everybody has heard that the bird, bird, bird is the word.” According to a 2016 study performed by the Department of the Interior, Bird is most definitely the word with 45.1 million active birdwatchers

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BellaJ

Enjoy some high-flying fun at the High Desert Museum

On a recent summer trip to Bend, Oregon, my father and I took my 5-year old to the High Desert Museum. I was shocked that we spent 4 hours there and we definitely could have stayed longer. We arrived at the museum around 9:45 a.m. and we were immediately given a schedule by the helpful

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Kathleen Walls

Ten Haunted Hotels in The South

Tutwiler Hotel in Birmingham, Alabama     The high-rise Tutwiler is a National Historic Landmark hotel built in1914. Today it’s a Hampton Inn & Suites.  The first Tutwiler was demolished in 1972. The city missed its elegance and in 1986 Ridgely Apartments, built-in 1913 also owned by Tutwiler, was converted to the new Tutwiler. It

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