Road Trip Guide: Miami to Key West

.Everyone, even those who live in the Sunshine State flock to the Florida Keys in the winter months to have a little tropical escape without the need of a passport. Key West is the end of the archipelago of Keys and is about a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Miami. It’s an easy road trip for a girlfriend’s

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Photo Essay: Notes from the Black Hills and Custer State Park

Custer State Park and South Dakota’s Black Hills History and Humans | Human influence on the landscape is still visible today. Around the time gold was found in The Hills in 1874, structures like this stockade building began popping up across the lands. The Prairie is a Vibe | The skies here are vast and

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All the Best Things to Do in Duluth, MN

Summer is the time to be out and about if you’re from the frigid north. We only have so many days to take advantage of the sun and we will brave the mosquitoes to do it. A great city to explore outdoorsy adventures AND have a dining scene that is a vibe on it’s own

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4 Tips for an Ethical and Fun Manatee Swim at Crystal River

Swimming with the manatees of Florida is one of my favorite activities. I also always want to maintain an ethical and responsible tourism approach. As we embark on these incredible encounters, it’s crucial to prioritize ethical practices to ensure the continued well-being of these amazing animals. If you’re looking to have fun, commune with gentle

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Ultimate Guide to Wisconsin Dells Waterparks: Wilderness Resort

In the south central Wisconsin exists ‘The Waterpark Capital of the World.’ Haven’t heard of it? Well, it will shoot to the top of your family vacation list after you read this ultimate planning guide for a vacation at the largest waterpark resort in the country, one of our favorite waterparks: Wilderness Resort. Wisconsin Dells

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Best Places to Eat in Key West

Key West is touted for having “the southernmost” everything! That’s why as soon as December hits, people flock to Florida. The island feels exotic and tropical without the need for a passport! Because it’s basically paradise, it’s also prone to overcrowding and expensive price tags. Spending a fair amount of time on the island, I

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Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport’s Coolest Spot

I fly a lot. It generally ends up either being to LAX, MIA, or, most often, smaller midwestern airports. I frequent Milwaukee for work and somehow I’ve always had tunnel vision from checking by bag to heading for TSA Security checkpoints. This last trip I found a wondrous spot. It’s on the public side of

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Solgaard Check-in Closet Trunk: Environmentally Friendly Luggage

Some people are on the constant search for a great pair (or twelve) of shoes. The search for great luggage can be a similar feat. You want the right size, comfort, lightweight, affordable, durable, and if you’re like me, environmentally-friendly, too. The Solgaard Check-in Closet trunk is my newest travel gear item and here is

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