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Timothy Teoh

Lake Toba: The Mighty Giant

The Earth has a way of creating beauty through destruction. The rhythm and dynamics of Mother Nature is such that even after a catastrophic phenomenon, beauty is left in its wake and new life flourish.

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Kathleen Walls

Tracking Georgia O’Keeffe

Few American artists have made as big an impression on the average American as Georgia O’Keeffe. She has been called the “Mother of American modernism.” Although her paintings of New York skyscrapers and huge flowers are well known, she is mostly remembered for her abstractions on beautiful landscapes, mostly in New Mexico. Several spots in New Mexico are beautiful memorials to her.

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Corey Dembeck

Relive Your Childhood While Visiting Long Beach, Washington

My son asks me regularly to play nerf guns with him. My daughter wants me to play Rapunzel with her as a doofy version of Flynn Rider. My wife has an endless list of tasks she wants help in accomplishing. I have my list. Far too often it seems that those lists wind up taking

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Rebecca Brockhaus

Molise, Italy Is All The Buzz

Pack it up We’ve all had those days where we wouldn’t mind just picking up and starting over in an entirely new location. Of course, we ask ourselves, “But where?” This is often followed by rational thought, “How would I afford this move to the new dreamland?” These daunting thoughts bring our dreams to a

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Julie Gant

Downsizing For Freedom

About three years ago, my husband and I made the decision to escape the Seattle-area rat race and travel full-time in an RV. This decision was based on several things including wanting the freedom to live our lives instead of living to work. We researched like fiends and every hurdle that popped up seemed to

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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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Kristen Damazio

Three Days Underground in Southern Arizona

Most times when we are traveling we see and think about the sights that are above ground, the ones that are right before our eyes. But, after our three days underground, we now wonder what’s below the ground that we are missing or has yet to be discovered.

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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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