As Colorado’s second largest city, the Springs is a little over an hour away but feels far removed from the chaos and urban sprawl.
Monterey has become a sort of refuge for those seeking something – direction, inspiration, a sign. People return year after year in hopes of finding meaning in the place where the ocean blends effortlessly into the sky.
While most people think of the desert as barren flatland or dusty sand as far as the eye can see, that’s hardly an accurate picture. You may not know it, but Northern Arizona used to be completely volcanic, which actually […]
A quintessential New England getaway, Madison County, NY is comprised of 14 towns, a handful of villages and hamlets, and acres of sprawling farmland. Think cozy inns, historic b&bs, colorful Adirondacks, green for days, boat docks, and riding stables.
Before Billings was Montana’s trailhead it was Montana’s railhead, a major stop in the westward migration in the late 1800s. Today, Montana’s biggest city has a little something for everyone.
Teeming with views, hues, and sunshine for days, the Southwest was made for road trips. Desertscapes beckon as cactuses and towering rock formations make you feel small and slightly insignificant. Open roads tempt with possibilities and the need for speed. […]
Two provinces. Three girls. Four parks. Five days. If it sounds like a jigsaw puzzle figuring out this trip itinerary, I can assure you it was. Banff is on almost everyone’s bucket list and you could spend weeks combing through […]
When you picture Kansas, you may also think flatlands. It is in the Midwest, after all. While it is generally accurate that farmland lines the highways, byways and main thoroughfares, get a little off the beaten path and you’ll find landscapes you never dreamed possible.