#TravelTuesday: Your Mission, If You Choose to Accept It: Mission Bay, San Diego

by Marika Flatt on January 24, 2023

More than cheeseburgers in Paradise Point Resort San Diego has quite a few different pockets of town but Mission Bay is my most favorite, followed by a close second with Coronado, which is an island...

#TravelTuesday: Destination Denver

by Marika Flatt and Analise Flatt on January 17, 2023

Denver is one of the hippest big cities that you can get to from any major airport in Texas, typically on a nonstop flight (a treat we all love). Whether you are just stopping in...

#TravelTuesday: Bathe like a Viking in Iceland’s Sky Lagoon

by Maddie Rhodes on January 10, 2023

Most of Iceland’s hot springs take hours to get to but tucked away just south of Reykjavik is Sky Lagoon. You may have heard of Blue Lagoon in Iceland, which is a touristy man-made hot...

#TravelTuesday: Families Can Play All Day In Destin-Fort Walton Beach, Florida

by Heidi Gollub on December 27, 2022

A Destin-Fort Walton Beach vacation is an invitation to play. From sunup sea turtle track spotting to sundown sand crab hunting, you won’t want to miss a single adventure along Florida’s Emerald Coast.  The recipe...

#TravelTuesday: Nashville is Hot (and it’s not just the chicken)

by Marika Flatt on December 20, 2022

Music City Musts [caption id="attachment_36167" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Nashville is the hometown of country music and the birth place of bluegrass. The city offers multiple venues and live performances to get your country heart back in...

#TravelTuesday: Québec Winter Activities Inspire the Excitement of a Snow Day

by Heidi Gollub on December 13, 2022

French Canadians embrace winter in Québec with such youthful abandon that it’s easy to get swept up in their enthusiasm. Whether you’re eating molten maple taffy straight off a blanket of fresh snow or sledding...

#TravelTuesday: Visit Utah Outside of the Mighty Five

by Brook Benten on November 29, 2022

Picture endless waves of deep canyons, sedimentary rock, and mesas. That’s a panoramic view of Utah. Here’s where to see the sights without droves of tourists at National Parks.   Utah is a destination like...

#TravelTuesday: Branson, Missouri: Broadway of the Ozarks

by Marika Flatt on November 22, 2022

We heard a lot about the empty streets of Manhattan and Times Square during the pandemic but I’m wondering why we did not hear about the empty streets of places like Branson, population 10,000, that...

#TravelTuesday: Ready for a Rocky Mountain High?

by Marika Flatt on November 8, 2022

Rocky Mountaineer’s Journey: Rockies to Red Rocks Rolls Into the U.S.   As John Muir famously said, “The mountains are calling and I must go.” Texans love the mountains and we will travel far and...