Morro Bay is a small fishing port. The natural scenery is spectacular. The working/pleasure harbor and marina are laid back.
By Amy Piper When picturing Breckenridge, you probably conjure up images of skiers racing down Peak 10 on six inches of powder. However, beyond the snow-covered peaks, there’s a casual mountain town where makers have found ways to support their desire to remain in the mountains. We spent 48 hours in Breck exploring the town’s makers and the mountains they… View Post
SLO, as San Luis Obispo is called by locals, is the heart of California’s Central Coast. The Mediterranean climate makes SLO a year-round destination.
By Jo-Anne Bowen and Elsa Dixon Day One: Stowe – Arlington Our Venturing Through Vermont Road Trip found us heading south, through the state, with destinations of Arlington, Manchester, and Bennington in mind. We set out on Highway 89, then east at highway 107 through the Green Mountain National Forest and then followed Highway 7 south along the east side… View Post
By Jo-Anne Bowen and Elsa Dixon Day 1: Arrival in Burlington Vermont, called the “Green Mountains” by Samuel de Champlain, a French navigator, holds to its name, especially in the spring. A feast for the eyes, the shades of green, ranged from Green Mountain vistas to lush forests of maples and birch trees, to fields of crops and herbs, and… View Post