“Call of the Wild” aka…the great dog sled adventure

Imagine the thrill of being pulled by a team of 10 Alaskan huskies through snow covered trails as you sit back and feel the sound of whooooosh behind you. While once a way of carrying food, supplies and even U.S. mail across snow-covered terrain, dog sledding has become a popular recreational adventure. Depending on your… Read More

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Puerto Vallarta — where Mexico comes to life

If you’re looking for someplace warm to go for the holidays, Puerto Vallarta should be on the top of your list. Once a small fishing village on the shores of Banderas Bay, Puerto Vallarta has grown to a vibrant resort town, yet never forgetting its humble beginnings. From glorious beaches to gourmet dining to great… Read More

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Experience great adventures at Glacier National Park

Nestled just 23 miles from Glacier National Park, Whitefish, Montana is the kind of ski town where you’ll want to not only hang up your skis, but hang up your hat as well. A warm and welcoming community with the “can do” spirit of the early pioneers, Whitefish is a place with no pretenses or attitude. You can feel it the moment you walk into the Montana Coffee Traders and order a latte. It’s casual, laid back and friendly.

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Valley Forge — where history loves company

It’s really hard to get a feel for American history when you live in the Midwest. But a trip out east to the Philadelphia area will take you back in time and immerse yourself in America’s fight for independence. With its picturesque, rolling hills on 3,600-acres, Valley Forge National Park was the site where General… Read More

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Watch history come alive at Greenfield Village, Detroit

Imagine what living in America was like some one hundred years ago. Now try explaining to your kids that the Model T was just being invented, not all homes had telephones, let alone cell phones, and television was a mere idea on the drawing board. But just five hours from Chicago is a place lets… Read More

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