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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Talkin’ Turkey: What Travel Taught Us About the First Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is upon us. Cue the pictures of cheery Pilgrims supping with the friendly natives and images of The Mayflower triumphantly landing at Plymouth Rock.
Ah yes, all of that happy history we were taught as baby boomer children… and almost none of it is true…. CONTINUE READING >> 

Thanksgiving is upon us. Cue the pictures of cheery Pilgrims supping with the friendly natives and images of The Mayflower triumphantly landing at Plymouth Rock.
Ah yes, all of that happy history we were taught as baby boomer children… and almost none of it is true…. CONTINUE READING >> 

Discovering the Lost City of the Inca, Machu Picchu

A harrowing bus ride, brushes with llamas, and inexplicable happenings – and even when visiting a wonder of the world, your GypsyNesters can sniff out some weird regional food!
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A harrowing bus ride, brushes with llamas, and inexplicable happenings – and even when visiting a wonder of the world, your GypsyNesters can sniff out some weird regional food!
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Utterly Unexpected Palo Duro Canyon

Out of nowhere the Texas prairie drops one thousand feet down into the second largest canyon in the United States. If we hadn’t known what we were about to encounter our jaws would have hit the ground. They almost did anyway… CONTINUE READING >> 

Out of nowhere the Texas prairie drops one thousand feet down into the second largest canyon in the United States. If we hadn’t known what we were about to encounter our jaws would have hit the ground. They almost did anyway… CONTINUE READING >> 

Picture This: The Badlands of South Dakota

The Badlands of South Dakota
Out of nowhere, the South Dakota plains give way to The Badlands – layers of soft shale, clay and limestone that wear away at a rate of about an inch a year leaving stunning silhouettes and fanciful formations… CONTINUE READING > >

The Badlands of South Dakota
Out of nowhere, the South Dakota plains give way to The Badlands – layers of soft shale, clay and limestone that wear away at a rate of about an inch a year leaving stunning silhouettes and fanciful formations… CONTINUE READING > >