By Gwyn Goodrow There’s a rumbling of discord among these (usually) civilized men. They whisper, share the latest rumors, and await the time for championing their cause. Weapons are prepared; their horses are ready. The tension becomes palpable. Do you hear them? I’ve arrived in the 1773 American township of Boston, Massachusetts, which carries the namesake of an English village… View Post
There’s more to do at AT&T Park then watch the 8-time, World Champion, San Francisco Giants play baseball.
By Theresa St. John “During the day, I don’t believe in ghosts. At night, I’m a little more open-minded.” – Unknown Who doesn’t love Halloween and everything that comes with it? But, before and after October 31st, these ghostly haunts offer the spine-tingling chills we die-hards adore. 1. Dr. Best House and Medical Museum This museum seems to capture not… View Post
By Henry Moore Think vacationing is only for the well-to-do crowd? Think again. Anyone can travel, whether their budget is massive or microscopic. Here’s how you can book a weekend trip on a small, really small, or zero-dollar budget. How to Get There Transportation can be the most expensive part of your vacation. In a lot of cases, travel expenses… View Post
By Deb Dickerson In the small community of Yachats (Ya-hots), Oregon, the Coast Range rises sharply above the Pacific Ocean. The fog, misty and salty, drifts in and out, allowing intermittent slices of sunshine. Black basalt shorelines, formed by the volcano now called Cape Perpetua, make abrupt barriers causing the surf to explode in places like Cook’s Chasm, Devils Churn, and… View Post