#TravelTuesday: Garden of the Gods Resort and Club, a Heavenly Wellness Retreat

by Brian & Dana Maass on August 25, 2020

Sitting on a Colorado mesa overlooking 70-million-year-old rock formations, Garden of the Gods Resort and Club has long offered both locals and guests a respite from reality. Established in 1951 as a private country club,...

#TravelTuesday: Desert Adventures and Delightful Lodging

by Selena Swartzfager on February 11, 2020

Greater Palm Springs has the yin and the yang of adventure travel. The desert is an unusual and beautiful place. During geography class, most people learn about the deserts in the United States but, until...

#TravelTuesday: North Lake Tahoe’s Secret Season

by Robin Barr Sussman on November 12, 2019

Now with direct flights from Houston and Dallas to Reno, it’s easy to visit this breathtaking destination, which spans both California and Nevada. Known for its world-class skiing, sunny skies and fun summers, North Lake...

#TravelTuesday: Nacogdoches, the Oldest Town in Texas

by Marika Flatt on October 15, 2019

East Texas is often overlooked as a weekend vacation destination. But there is something about the beautiful, peaceful piney woods of East Texas that recharges your mind and spirit.  Home of Stephen F. Austin State...

#TravelTuesday: Mountain Shadows, a Risen Phoenix in Paradise Valley, Arizona

by Dana Kent Maass & Brian Maass on June 4, 2019

Forty years after first opening its doors, Mountain Shadows resort has risen transformed, like the proverbial phoenix, in Arizona’s most aptly-named valley. Sitting in Paradise Valley, at the foot of both Camelback and Mummy Mountains,...

#TravelTuesday: L’Auberge de Sedona, a Luxurious Red Rocks Retreat

by Dana Kent Maass on May 14, 2019

Tucked away in the majestic Red Rocks of Sedona, Arizona, L'Auberge de Sedona is a luxury resort and spa situated on eleven acres of serenity. While close enough to the action and main attractions, this...

#TravelTuesday: Destination Durango, 5 Summer Days in Ski Town

by Sue Durio on July 17, 2018

It’s summertime in Durango. The snowmelt is gone, and the ski racks have given way to bike racks and kayaks loaded on cars passing through this historic town at the gateway to the San Juan...

The 2018 Dad’s Day Gift Guide

by The TLM Team on June 5, 2018

Father’s Day is fast approaching so don’t delay. Check out these gift ideas---you’re sure to find something special to show Dad just how much you care. Tip: Click the photos for more info [caption id="attachment_20225"...