Archive for Tag Archives: ' Road Trips'

The Sandy Mush Artisan Trail

Enjoy fall in rural North Carolina with the Asheville Bed & Breakfast Association and its friends. By Hope S. Philbrick The 16 members of the Asheville Bed & Breakfast Association recently announced their 2016 Fall Farms [...]

South Dakota’s I-29 Cultural Corridor

Drive this route for easy access to the state’s art, nature, history and Native American heritage. By Renée S. Gordon South Dakota is replete with sites that are on bucket lists of people around the world. [...]

A1A Cocktail Trail

Florida’s New Spirited Trail Taking the scenic route is the best way to travel along the coast of Florida, and now a stretch of A1A from Atlantic Beach to the north to historic St. Augustine to [...]

West Virginia’s Country Roads

Road Tripping Through West Virginia By Hope S. Philbrick On Saturday, June 4, 2016, after a quick but delicious lunch at South Main Kitchen in Alpharetta, Ga., I starting driving toward Nemacolin. To break up the [...]

In Season: Belmont & McAdenville

Holiday spirit lights up the skies south of Charlotte, North Carolina. By Hope S. Philbrick If there’s one drawback to being a grownup it’s that it’s too easy to get caught up in all the must-dos [...]

Roadside Find: Bourbon Water Tower in Lebanon, Kentucky

Maker’s Mark mural covers Lebanon, Kentucky’s water tower. New bourbon photo op stop on Kentucky Bourbon Trail. A new landmark and photo op stop is in Lebanon, Kentucky. Any Maker’s Mark fan or Kentucky Bourbon Trail enthusiast [...]

Discount Travel With AARP

The holiday season is one of the busiest travel seasons. Before you pack your bags, Matt Phillips with AARP Services, shares some holiday travel essentials for grownups 50 and older. What are you learning about Americans’ [...]

The Outer Banks

10 reasons to pack your bags for the North Carolina coast. By Hope S. Philbrick A 130-mile stretch of barrier islands off the North Carolina coast, the Outer Banks—or OBX for short—is a place of inspiration, [...]

Virginia Cider

Rediscover a traditional libation. By Hope S. Philbrick When filling up their mugs, which beverage did John Adams and Thomas Jefferson prefer? According to Virginia Cider, Adams drank a tankard of cider each day before breakfast—a [...]

Mississippi Delta Blues Trail, Part 2

An American Pilgrimage, Part 2 How history and culture gave rise to the blues. By Renée S. Gordon We have been exploring the Mississippi Delta Blues Trail, following the footsteps of the bluesmen. They were born, [...]

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