Farm Experience Correspondent John Poimiroo has discovered the ideal way to enjoy a rural vacation and help the kids understand where food comes from, a farmstay vacation. John shares his lifelong love of the country with Paul and Elizabeth as he shares his latest discovery FeatherDown Farmstays. This is a way to have an affordable [...]
It sells out nearly every year. This year it took just 26 hours for the 4,500 runners competing in the complete marathon to get their tickets. It’s the 28th year and the event attracts runners from all over the world. The Big Sur Marathon has been called “one of the jewels of American running” and “one [...]
Carl Whitehill talks with Paul and Elizabeth about the upcoming events which will honor the 150th anniversary of one of the pivotal battles of the Civil War at Gettysburg. They also talk about the history of Gettysburg, the Eisenhower farm and what to do in the area. And of course President Abraham Lincoln made what [...]
Paul and Elizabeth report on the new features and facilities for kids on Carnival Cruise Line’s newest ship the Carnival Breeze. They talk with the director of the kid’s program on the Breeze, Ana Risdic. Camp Carnival as the kids program is known appeals to all ages from 2 to 17. In fact the dance [...]
Regular correspondent John Poimiroo checks in with some great tips on affordable skiing in California and the West. The area around Mt Shasta in Northern California has great skiing and the prices are as low as the crowds. It’s the way skiing used to be before $100 lift tickets. Plus you get the incredible scenery [...]
Mike Testa of the Sacramento CVB talks with Paul last Fall about Blue trees ( an art project which does include blue trees) and of course Ricks Dessert Diner’. They also tak about Sacramento’s historic heritage in the Gold Rush Days and how that remains alive in Old Sacramento. Fall is one of the best times [...]
Jennifer Dombrowski shares her tips for visiting European Christmas Markets. And check out her website for a great contest. Jennifer is our military family blogger who covers the world from the perspective of a traveler who experiences places from the point of view of exploring and learning about the world around her.
As they as they have since the early part of the century, sheep migrate north each spring from the lower elevations of the Snake River plain of Southern Idaho, traveling in bands of close to 1,500 sheep, through the Wood River Valley to summer high mountain pastures. This traditional route takes them up Highway 75 [...]