Driving through Western Pennsylvania’s rolling farmland, I held back tears thinking of the afternoon’s destination, the Flight 93 National Memorial. Almost 20 years later, the thoughts of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, still trigger deep emotions.
Driftwood Beach on Jekyll Island is a strange, beautiful place to watch the sunrise. It’s dog-friendly, too!
The Candyman’s Gold Ticket Treasure Hunt Introduced me to These Fun and Free Things to do in Georgia
I didn’t solve the clues/riddles during the Candyman’s Gold Ticket Treasure Hunt but I found these fun and free things to do in Georgia.
Are you comfortable traveling? If so, here’s a budget travel tip, Red Roof is offering discounted rates through the end of 2020. Read on for details…
I love road trips with my pup but the downside is finding dog-friendly attractions along the way. Thankfully, the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky., allows dogs!
You won’t believe it, but I got lost in the woods and an Uber saved me!
Looking for a travel buddy? How about a four-legged one? Wildrose Kennels is Oxford, Mississippi, is where adventure dogs are born.
Planning a road trip with a dog? If you’re nearby, give Rock City in Lookout Mountain, Georgia, a try. It’s dog friendly!
In the three years Radcliff has been in my life, I have learned a thing or two. This is how I enjoy the outdoors with my dog.
Is 24 hours in Butler County, Ohio, enough time to experience this charming destination? No, but it was all the time I had. The kaleidoscope of activities, food, and fun I experienced in those 24 hours left me wanting more.
It has been years since I last visited the Maclay Gardens. Earlier this spring, I found my way back to Tallahassee to meet with lawmakers and worked in a quick visit to the park, bringing my dog.
Every dog is worthy of being memorialized through a bronze statue, but how many dogs do you know are actually memorialized in bronze? This is the continuing tale of Daytona Beach’s legendary Brownie the Town Dog.
Oh, how I love jumping into an adventure. In October, I drove up to South Carolina and followed some memorable pathways with my favorite travel companion by my side. My dog Radcliff. One of my stops was Congaree National Park.
A recent conference allowed me to discover South Carolina and visit the amazing Pearl Fryar Topiary Garde, a true yard of dreams. “If you build it they will come,” is a whisper out of an Iowa cornfield in the fictional movie Field of Dreams. I am not sure if he was inspired by a whisper but in Bishopville, S.C., Mr. Pearl Fryar built a home with a stunning topiary yard in a former corn field.
“Radcliff. We’re going to Silver Springs State Park and monkeys are going to hop on your back and ride you like a horse! Are you excited?” I said to my dog while driving to Ocala, Fla. I cannot speak for all single female dog owners but there are a few of us who speak to our canines as if they are our soulmates. His response was similar to that of the previous men in my life, a blank stare with his chocolate-brown eyes and silence.