Florida Travel: Stories and Respect at Sarasota National Cemetery
Nov03

Florida Travel: Stories and Respect at Sarasota National Cemetery

This will sound odd, but the Sarasota National Cemetery in Southwest Florida is a tourist attraction and I state that with the utmost respect. I visit a few times a year to find peace, clarity, and patriotism, and I imagine others visit with similar purposes.

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Ohio Travel: My Butler County Donut Trail Adventure
Oct24

Ohio Travel: My Butler County Donut Trail Adventure

Yumola! I had the experience of traveling through Ohio and literally rolling through the Butler County Donut Trail. Founded in 2016, the Butler County Donut Trail is 80-miles with 12 participating donut shops serving up sweet deliciousness.

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Five Ghost Walking Tours in Florida You Must Take
Oct18

Five Ghost Walking Tours in Florida You Must Take

Have spirits on the mind? Perhaps a visit to either Fort Myers, Key West, Monticello, Punta Gorda, or Ybor City is in order. Here are five ghost walking tours in Florida and most can be enjoyed year-round.

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Florida Travel: Sunshine State’s Endangered Species, Drive-In Movie Theatres
Oct14

Florida Travel: Sunshine State’s Endangered Species, Drive-In Movie Theatres

Feel like doing something wild during your Florida travels? How about spending an evening with one of the Sunshine State’s endangered species, the drive-in movie theatre. It has been one hot summer and with cooler evenings on the horizon, I am looking forward to taking a nostalgic journey to a part of my youth, watching a movie in the comfort of my car under the stars at a drive-in theatre. According to the United Drive-In Theatre Owners Association (UDITOA), 1958 saw the peak of drive-ins with 4,063 in the United States.

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End of the Line for Solo Travel Girl’s Adventures Near & Far Radio Show
Oct11

End of the Line for Solo Travel Girl’s Adventures Near & Far Radio Show

All good things come to an end and after winning an Excellence in Craft Award for Radio/Podcast from the Florida Outdoor Writers Association last month, I’m pulling the plug on my weekly radio show on WKDW 97.5 FM. I know it’s difficult to say goodbye but don’t be sad, I have plans to launch a podcast, Solo Travel Girl’s Florida Adventures, very soon, so stay tuned!

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Florida Travel: Exotic Safaris Without a Passport
Oct09

Florida Travel: Exotic Safaris Without a Passport

Florida is home to a variety of wildlife such as American crocodiles, Florida panthers, and Florida black bears. There are also several exotic safaris to visit and you don’t need a passport.

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Zip Lining Off Buffalo’s Grain Elevators
Oct07

Zip Lining Off Buffalo’s Grain Elevators

Y’all know I’m all about bragging rights and when I was home in August, my sister and I went zip lining off Buffalo’s grain elevators at Buffalo RiverWorks and it was freaking exhilarating!

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The Best Way to Experience Germany’s Christmas Markets
Sep28

The Best Way to Experience Germany’s Christmas Markets

Want to know a secret to the best way to experience Germany’s Christmas markets? I’ll tell ya. It’s a cruise with Viking River Cruises.
Touring Germany’s Christmas markets is a dream for many, including me, and I had the opportunity to explore them the best way possible, as a guest on a Viking River Cruise along the Main River from Frankfurt to Nuremberg, called the Heart of Germany. Even better, I shared the magical, holiday experience with my youngest sister and created memories that we’ll always cherish.

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FOWA: A Place for Florida Outdoor Communicators
Sep27

FOWA: A Place for Florida Outdoor Communicators

FOWA: A place for outdoor communicators. Is that you?

Earlier this year I spent some time in Berlin, Germany. One morning I joined Thomas Dornbusch, a professional dog walker, for a walk through Grunewald Forest with 15 canines, 14 were his four-legged clients. This was an Airbnb Experience where locals of an area share their profession and/or passion with visitors so they have an authentic experience.

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