Where in the World- Cadeques, Spain

A narrow street curls around the port as waves crash ashore, bursting high along the road. The stately white washed buildings line the seaside, their bright blue doors matching the color of the water upon which they look. It was home to one of the twentieth centuries more interesting artists, a surrealist who left a […]

Relaxing In The Rockies

Mountains are earth’s undecaying monuments. Text by Rika Wolf Dockery There are few places in this world as majestic as the Canadian Rockies. Visitors flock to Banff National Park (Canada’s first) and summertime brings scores of RVs and international guests in search of wildlife and mountain landscapes. I’ve been to Banff, Lake Louise and north […]

Experience Grand Cayman Like a VIP

Text by Dede Fulk Arriving to the Island Imagine heading off to an island escape without having a plan. Now imagine doing it and knowing exactly some of the activities that will make you feel like a VIP. To begin we landed on the tarmac with the Cayman Islands Aviation Authority (CIAA) ready for an […]

Escaping to My Honeymoon in Grand Cayman

Text by Dede Fulk When we heard about the quaking earth, fissures roaring like jet engines, towering lava fountains erupting with magma spewing into the air and Olivine gemstones raining down on the Big Island of Hawaii, it sounded like a National Geographic show. Not the way to start a honeymoon. So we hanged our […]

From Sarajevo, With Love

Article and Photos By Paula Wheeler Bosnia was never on my destination radar. I knew next to nothing about the country, except Sarajevo hosted the Winter Olympics in 1984 and the country saw war in the 1990’s. What brought me, well, in a nutshell I woke one morning saying “Sarajevo”. Not many people would visit […]

Two day’s in Catania, Sicily

Article and Photos by Paula Wheeler Admiring the scene before me, from the fifth-floor studio apartment in Catania, Sicily, sheer joy surges through every inch of my being. Not only is The well-equipped studio vogue, it has a view that I could wake up to for the rest of my life. Off in the distance […]

There’s Something Special About Dubrovnik, Croatia

Text by PJ Wheeler It’s hard to put my finger on it exactly, but there’s something special about Dubrovnik. Sure, the Old City charms you the second it comes into view, with its terracotta rooftops that are crammed together by a stone wall that reaches 82 feet high that crystalline Turkish blue water pounds against. Perhaps it’s the […]

Beyond the Beaches in the Outer Banks

Article and photos by Patti Morrow While the crystal-clean beaches are the biggest draw to the Outer Banks, there are plenty of other things to do during a stay. History Wright Brothers National Memorial at Kill Devil Hill near the seafront town of Kitty Hawk commemorates the spot where the famous brothers experimented and then […]

Exploring the Outer Banks – America’s First Beach

Text by Patti Morrow With over 100 miles of pristine blue beaches that fringe the North Carolina coast, the Outer Banks is a popular vacation destination. Four narrow barrier islands stand between the North Carolina mainland and the Atlantic Ocean, each with its own unique vibe – from chill to action-filled. The Outer Banks lays […]


Text by Noreen KompanikPhotos by Noreen Kompanik and Courtesy of GoBreck.com When you think of Breckenridge, skiing is typically the first thing that comes to mind, right? But on a recent visit we realized just how much this spectacular destination has become an all seasons resort. No matter what time of year you come, you […]