activities

Whether you're a sight-seer, thrill seeker or beach lounger, activities to satisfy bucket lists of all kinds.

Three Stories of Hidden or Lost Treasure
There are many unsolved mysteries of lost treasures, mines, and shipwrecks that leave the mind baffled and with an urge to get out and explore. Many people around the world set out and search for thes...
Erica Bowditcha month ago
Skinning 25 Short
I hurried to heave off my layers. It was not the most ideal situation considering that it was 18 below zero also known as 50 degrees below freezing. I was stripping down to just my thin long sleeve be...
Crysta Coburn2 months ago
How to Celebrate Michigan in the Winter
Michigan wears winter well. Our roads are among the worst in the nation, but dang is that snow pretty when it glistens in the sunlight. Snowmen, snow forts, snow angels, snow fights, snow and ice fest...
John Walker2 months ago
Doing More to Get Customers in the Door
Is the dirty sixth living up to its name, or is rainy street just getting too crowded? Are the bars with live music too loud or do you need a change of scenery for your late night shenanigans? Many pl...
Siena Dini3 months ago
The Most Festive Way to Start December 2018
Hi friends! I hope your December has begun with all the holiday classics like candy canes and snow! My December started out with a visit to my family’s favorite Christmas tree farm, that we’ve been vi...
Haley Grimm3 months ago
Critter Country Animal Farm
Nestled away in the small town of Smithton, Pennsylvania is a zoo that goes by the name of Critter Country Animal Farm. It is operated by a husband and wife who provide a safe haven for many animals o...
Christina Hendry4 months ago
Glacier National Park/Avalanche Lake: I Went for a Little Stroll in the Woods Yesterday
Let me start this out by saying that this is the first time in a long time that I have done any serious hikes with elevation. In fact, the last time that I did, I was maybe 5-years-old in Germany in t...
Ginny Dorsey4 months ago
Desolate Highway
This past weekend my wife and I went on an adventure to what we thought would be a sleepy small town in rural Oklahoma. We got in the car, turned on some tunes, and headed southwest about two hours ou...
Morganne Thayer4 months ago
Autumnal Paradise
Autumn is a time to reflect upon the quickly passing year, as the last few months draw in and come to a close, one by one. A time to reflect upon what we have done, what we still wish to do and how we...
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Sean Stout4 months ago
Top 5 Things to Do at Busch Gardens
I have been going to Busch Gardens Tampa for 5 years in a row and have seen the good, the bad, and the ugly of the park. So I felt I should share some of my knowledge of the park and pass it on to you...
Rich Monetti4 months ago
The Secret World of Espionage at Discovery Times Square Lets You Delve into the World of Intelligence
Spy: The Secret World of Espionage—it sounds like if I told you about this, I’d have to kill you. Not to worry, Discovery Times Square and the CIA have given me clearance. But the encrypted communiqué...
Vanessa Baltazar5 months ago
Reasons Why Disneyland Is Bullsh*t
Ahhh Disneyland. The happiest place on earth. Where kids and adults can see their favorite characters, watch amazing parades, and eat tasty food. But is it really worth it? I don't think so. Over the ...
John Walker5 months ago
Austin Museum Day 2018
This past Sunday was the annual Austin Museum Day event where many local museums around Austin were free and open to the public. Museum Day itself is an initiative started by the Smithsonian Magazine....
Shawntelle Moncy5 months ago
Best Places to Travel in the PNW
So many times, I’ve heard of people wanting to travel outside of the US, before exploring the wonders of this very country. I was once that person, but I have discovered that there is so much beauty s...
Steven Altman5 months ago
Do You Know Where Calgary Is?
When I travel, meeting people is inevitable. The conversation is usually broken up into little pieces to get to know each other and find some common ground. It is fun to hear where they are from, the ...
Lisa Briskey5 months ago
Log Cabin Village Museum and Texas Tulip
This museum was first opened to the public in 1966 after six log cabins dated from the mid 1800s were selected to be restored and moved to the place where it is today. This project called the Village,...
Electric Bikes Are Taking Over
Imagine you are in a new city sightseeing without a car like any typical tourist. You are walking in 90+ degrees and can no longer feel your feet. You still have a half mile to your destination and yo...