On a Mission in San Antonio, Texas

We continue our look back at the best ways to travel while keeping our social distance, this time on bicycles.
Seemed like we should learn more about Texas’ second-largest city, so we had our mission, should we decide to accept it.
And mission is the right word. San Antonio wouldn’t even exist if not for missions. The most famous being the Alamo… CONTINUE READING >>

We continue our look back at the best ways to travel while keeping our social distance, this time on bicycles.
Seemed like we should learn more about Texas’ second-largest city, so we had our mission, should we decide to accept it.
And mission is the right word. San Antonio wouldn’t even exist if not for missions. The most famous being the Alamo… CONTINUE READING >>

Bring on Balboa Island

With restrictions being lifted around the country we have decided to take a look back at some destinations that can be reached easily without needing to get on an airplane. I’m sure quite a few of us are not ready to make that jump just yet. Our first stop is Balboa Island in Southern California… CONTINUE READING >> 

With restrictions being lifted around the country we have decided to take a look back at some destinations that can be reached easily without needing to get on an airplane. I’m sure quite a few of us are not ready to make that jump just yet. Our first stop is Balboa Island in Southern California… CONTINUE READING >> 

Hangin’ with FDR and Eleanor at Hyde Park

Sometimes in our travels we come upon connections across history — and miles — in coincidental and unpredictable ways.

Come along with us as we explore the Presidential Library and Museum (and yes, we found the weird stuff!), peek into the houses that the Roosevelts lived in — together and apart — and have the privilege to visit with a friend of Eleanor’s (seriously)… CONTINUE READING >>

Sometimes in our travels we come upon connections across history — and miles — in coincidental and unpredictable ways.

Come along with us as we explore the Presidential Library and Museum (and yes, we found the weird stuff!), peek into the houses that the Roosevelts lived in — together and apart — and have the privilege to visit with a friend of Eleanor’s (seriously)… CONTINUE READING >>

Ketchikan, Catch It if You Can

There is no doubt that catching Ketchikan is a great idea even if there are only two ways to do it, either by boat or plane.Nowhere else has more totem poles, or Old West history, but be sure to bring an umbrella…
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There is no doubt that catching Ketchikan is a great idea even if there are only two ways to do it, either by boat or plane.Nowhere else has more totem poles, or Old West history, but be sure to bring an umbrella…
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Traveling in Dr. King’s Footprints

Follow your GypsyNesters as we explore pivotal moments of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life though travel.

Join us in an emotional journey through Atlanta, Birmingham, Montgomery and Selma as we discover more about what had happened, what is happening now and our hope for the future… CONTINUE READING >>

Follow your GypsyNesters as we explore pivotal moments of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life though travel.

Join us in an emotional journey through Atlanta, Birmingham, Montgomery and Selma as we discover more about what had happened, what is happening now and our hope for the future… CONTINUE READING >>