2021: A Year In Review

That hazy time between Christmas and New Year’s is always an interesting time. There’s some sadness that the Christmas season has passed so quickly yet again. The Hallmark Christmas movies are coming to an end. It is no longer acceptable to have cookies for dinner. We have the hopeful idea that we will stay up …

Holiday Getaway to Boston

When the tide began to turn in a positive direction during the pandemic, we made a vow to say yes to as many adventures as possible. Bucket list destinations and events were going to be given priority because life is so unpredictable, and we cannot let opportunities pass us by. This brings us to the …

Final Day in Hawaii

There are a few places each of us feel they must see on vacation. This will vary from person to person. One may feel they have to see the Catacombs in Rome, while another insists the highlight is strolling along the Tiber River at sunset. We will even drag each other to our “must see” …

A Three-Hour Tour: Hawaii, Day 4

Most of the time we like to think of ourselves as seasoned travelers. Not experts by any means, but we are careful planners and know exactly what we are getting ourselves into. This is a story of our three-hour tour (I know you are signing along to Gilligan’s Island with us, so sit back and …

Pearl Harbor Memorial-Hawaii Day 3

For most Americans there are a few days that stand out in our history. Some stand out for reasons of celebration, such as Independence Day. Others stand out due to tragedy. One such day was December 7, 1941, the attack on Pearl Harbor. This is the day the United States was thrust into WWII and …

College Drop Off- Processing Change

This blog is going to sway from our normal topic of travel adventure and be a bit more personal. The writing is also going to come from just Jen this time as she delves into how she is processing change- putting it on paper. A Mother Knows As with most mothers out there, I can …

The Ranch- Hawaii Day 2

When setting your itinerary for any location, you want it to be multi-dimensional. You don’t just want to see Times Square in New York City; you want to sneak a moment away to the peace and quiet of Central Park and find that hole-in-the-wall bagel shop. Who only wants to gaze upon the Trevi Fountain …

Hawaii-Our First Post-Covid Travel

One thing the entire world can agree on is Covid brought a whole new level of appreciation for things we took for granted. For us, one of those things was travel. We love the ability to book a flight, purchase train tickets or get in our car to just about any destination without a second …

Making Your Travel Dream A Reality

As you may have guessed from previous posts, travel is a bit of a passion for us. Some may say obsession. We will go with passion. If we could hop on a jet plane to various points across the globe every week we would. While we have only scratched the surface of our desired destinations, …

Never Stop Planning

Like everyone else, we are ready to strap ourselves to the wing of a plane, just to get back to traveling. One thing we believe strongly in is to never stop planning. So, logically we thought we would make this blog about getting back on that plane, train or automobile. (I think Jen would get …

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