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Lobo Trails, Albuquerque, New Mexico: Benefits of the Gold Trail for jogging or walking your dog

Lobo Trails, Albuquerque, New Mexico: Benefits of the Gold Trail for jogging or walking your dog
Story by Milli Thornton. Photos Copyright © Milli Thornton. Part of the Lobo Trails system of the University of New Mexico, the Gold Trail is a 2-mile walking track in Albuquerque, New Mexico. In keeping with the wellness drive of UNM’s Employee Health Promotion department, Lobo Trails are meant...
July 14th, 2017 | FEATURED ARTICLES, STAFF, WALKING/HIKING | Read More

A Quick & Scenic San Diego Hike: Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve

A Quick & Scenic San Diego Hike: Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve
Text & photos © Catherine Nichols Vacationing in San Diego, California is a dream for many people, and I know how lucky I am to be here. During my 30+ years in San Diego I’ve appreciated the climate, the endless assortment of outdoor activities, and the natural beauty that surrounds me every...
June 23rd, 2017 | FEATURED ARTICLES, Scenic Wonders, STAFF, USA MAINLAND, WALKING/HIKING | Read More

Funky Signs: There is no Poop Fairy

Funky Signs: There is no Poop Fairy
Story by Milli Thornton. Photo Copyright © Milli Thornton. During a recent housesitting job in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the homeowner told me about a 2-mile walking track known as the Gold Trail. I was babysitting a 1-year-old dog named Thea and she had energy to spare. This photo is the most fun I’ve...
June 5th, 2017 | FEATURED ARTICLES, FUNKY SIGNS, STAFF | Read More

While in Vancouver, Don’t Blow by the Bloedel

While in Vancouver, Don’t Blow by the Bloedel
Text & photos © Catherine Nichols Never before had I been so stressed on a trip. There we were, stranded in Vancouver in a nightmare Airbnb situation with four kids. Count ’em: four. It was the one time we had decided that two of our daughters could bring two of their friends along on what...
May 19th, 2017 | BRITISH COLUMBIA, FEATURED ARTICLES, GARDENS & PARKS, STAFF | Read More

The Character of Paris: love locks, gallery dogs & frog’s legs

The Character of Paris: love locks, gallery dogs & frog’s legs
By staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. PARIS IS A PLACE where it is far too easy to run yourself ragged trying to do and see everything and, in the process, you completely miss the character of the city. Dan and I decided that in order to slow down for a true vacation, we...
March 6th, 2014 | ★ Rewind 3, EUROPE, Historic/Museums, STAFF | Read More

Wasson Peak via King’s Canyon Trail: An awesome way to start a Tucson day!

Wasson Peak via King’s Canyon Trail: An awesome way to start a Tucson day!
By guest blogger Nicole Mullins. Photos Copyright © Nicole Mullins. TUESDAY, MARCH 12 was a very physical day. I was already sore when I awoke, thanks to all of the wonderful amenities for physical activity at the Voyager RV Resort in Tucson, Arizona. As an exercise physiologist based in Ohio, it’s...
September 27th, 2013 | ★ Rewind 4, GUEST BLOGGERS, USA MAINLAND, WALKING/HIKING | Read More

Lothal, India: Pushing the Frontiers 5,000 Years Ago

Lothal, India: Pushing the Frontiers 5,000 Years Ago
Story by guest blogger Roona. Photos Copyright © Roona. THERE IS NOTHING like stability to drive some people nuts and my guess is that even 5,000 years ago, human beings were no different. The people of the Indus Valley had mastered urban planning and maritime engineering, trade, commerce and art but...
October 19th, 2011 | ★ Rewind 2, GUEST BLOGGERS, Historic/Museums, INDIA | Read More