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Strolling on NYC’s High Line

NYC’s High Line gives you the inside track on Manhattan. On a warm autumn day, I walked two stories above the streets of New York City on The High Line. This boardwalk-and-park within the lower end of bustling Manhattan…


Feline Friends

I miss my two Siamese cats—Henry & Eliot—horribly when I travel. As anyone who has adopted Siamese cats  knows, they are not a “shy” or “introverted” cat breed. Nope! Siamese cats have an opinion on everything and they think…

Adventure U.S.

Exploring Berkeley Springs, West Virginia

Berkeley Springs is the “Country’s First Spa” town. Located in West Virginia, this town was named Bath when founded in the 18th century. And it is still a resort town that celebrates the medicinal power of bathing. “Established as…

Adventure U.S.

Black Mountain, NC

Black Mountain, North Carolina is known as the “Little Town that Rocks.” And I can’t imagine a better way to spend a day than sitting in one of the hand-painted rocking chairs in this mountain hamlet. Visitor Center My…

Adventure Pet-Centric

Chimney Rock Park: Stairway to Bliss

Chimney Rock Park is named after a 535-million-year-old monolith rock in the Hickory Nut gorge. If you are planning to visit Asheville, Biltmore Estate, or the Blue Ridge Mountains, you must plan a visit to see Chimney Rock. Although you…

Adventure U.S.

Historic Biltmore Village

Historic Biltmore Village is located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, outside Asheville, North Carolina. This small English town is nestled outside the gates of the Biltmore Estate. Nicknamed “A Millionaire’s Village,” it was where George Vanderbilt’s employees lived. Today,…