No need for a drab suitcase with cute luggage covers like these. I wanted a cheerful bright color for my winter trip to Alaska. The only suitcases in the size I needed (and could afford) were black, dark grey or black. That's not very bodacious and just wouldn't do. That's when I looked on Amazon … Continue reading Bodacious suitcase cover brightens up travel
Passengers with disabilities qualify for free assistance with the airlines and TSA. Here is what is available and how to ask.
Where is the best place to see photos of our travels? It's Instagram hands down. I combine these Instagram shots with journal notes to give you a better sense of place and time. The Instagram photos are also frequently geo-tagged for location. You can think of my feed as a travel based stream of consciousness. … Continue reading Follow us on Instagram
It's a disability, not a roadblock. I was feeling philosophical after leaving the Alpine Bakery. We drove up to check out Alyeska Resort. It was snowy and our rental car had problems making it so we turned around. This sign greeted us at the bottom of the hill. We could either go right or left. … Continue reading Musings from Turnigan Arm on the Gulf of Alaska
I'm taking a winter trip to Alaska in February. A last minute travel deal lowers the prices to a fraction of the cost of a summer trip. Despite the cold weather, Alaska can be just as exciting in winter as summer. Alaska Airlines offered a last minute trip that was too good to pass up. … Continue reading Winter trip to Alaska on last minute travel
Good news! We are starting a new series on our YouTube channel! The series is going to be called Travel Tuesday Trivia. Each week at 10:00 am Eastern (9:00 am Central) we'll be discussing places that I've been. There will be questions and shoutouts but a lot of information that will help make your trip … Continue reading Travel Tuesday Trivia and Tips
There is nothing like a holiday road trip to bring out the very best and worst of the season. There is plenty that can make a parent stressed out and overwhelmed. Kids that are on break have stored up energy to release. Lines for gas and lunch can be long. Restaurants can be crowded. There … Continue reading How to survive a holiday road trip with your sanity intact