August 5th 2013, This Week in St Augustine

         August 5, 2013 Monday – Sunday: August 5 – 11 Picasso: Art & Arena Exhibit – FINAL WEEK – An exhibition featuring dozens of Picasso originals, including many that have never been seen previously in the United States. Both famous and rare, these pieces were produced in different styles, techniques and media; providing unique insights into one of Picasso’s main […]

Sunset Party at Snook’s Bay Side

Key Largo, the first of the keys has alot to offer. Fishing, snorkeling, camping, hiking and bird watching in one of the keys many great Florida State Parks, John Pennekamp. In the evening the “Sunset Party at Snook’s Bayside is the place to be. Great food, fablous entertainment and a incredible sunset to excite the […]

St Augustine is Full of Fun This Weekend

        January 28, 2013 This Weekend is now This Week which means more great events for you to know about! Monday through Thursday: January  28 – 31 Nights of Lights – St. Augustine’s famed Nights of Lights illuminate the nation’s oldest city’s historic district with the gentle glow of more than three million tiny white lights, […]

A Winter Stop at Mount Rushmore

  When you have a National Parks Pass in hand… you just GOTTA use it! My co-pilot & I were traveling west on I-90 in South Dakota.  It was late afternoon, we had been on the road for a couple of days and Rapid City was only 60 more miles away.  Sometimes when we are […]

A True “Once Upon a Time” Valentine’s Day Event!

A True “Once Upon a Time” Valentine’s Day Event!   The King & Prince Resort is known as the most enticing, thrilling and romantic getaway a couple could ever possibly experience. And on February 11th, this stunning location is offering a chance to enjoy the Valentine’s Day of you dreams.  Surrounded by the sunset views, […]

Have Fun: Don’t forget your pants

  On the very first day of a new year, I like to do something ~memorable.  For several years I have participated in some sort of Polar Bear Plunge.  You know, jumping into icy cold water with other crazy souls to “refresh the spirit”. I had just arrived back in Montana two days earlier from […]

Vacation Or Adventure

A conversation with my oldest daughter sticks in my mind. We had been reminiscing about our South East.Asia trip earlier this year. She asked me if I had been expecting a vacation. My reply was, “With you…nothing is a Vacation” There was a delay… then I finished with “Just hanging out with you is an […]

A Tour That Will Leave a Lasting Imprint on Your Soul: The Biltmore Estate

Having heard fabulous raves about the Biltmore Estate, Sherry and I planned our next Road Trekin Adventure to include Asheville, North Carolina. We had the privilege to spend an entire day at the Biltmore Estate. The house was built by George Vanderbilt in1895 and portrays amazing craftsmanship, creativity, and ingenuity. Before talking more about the […]

Sarasota Chalk Festival Day One

Sarasota Chalk Festival, ‘Pavement Art through the Ages’, will trace the evolution of this ephemeral art-form from its thinly documented ancient roots to today’s diverse contemporary movements. local artists and artists from around the world will travel to Sarasota to transform South Pineapple Avenue in Burns Square into a walking performance art museum of art […]

Geological Paradise Makoshika State Park is Not a Bad Land After All

  Just outside of Glendive Montana, we saw a sign that read Makoshika State Park. Sounded like an interesting place to explore and a perfect time to take a stretch break. Turns out, Makoshika is the largest State Park in Montana with a land mass of 11,400 acres. A geological paradise filled with such diversity […]