I woke up early that first morning on the Riviera Maya, grabbed my camera, and headed out to explore the resort. My goal was to spot some wildlife before they hid for the rest of day to avoid crossing paths ...Read More
The largest spring on the St. John’s River, Blue Springs has played an important role throughout Florida history. A shipping stopping ground in the 1800s, today it’s a designated Manatee Refuge and family outdoor attraction. Blue Springs State Park covers ...Read More
If there’s one town that embodies all that Alaska has to offer, it’s Seward. Framed by the Kenai Mountains on one side and Resurrection Bay on the other, Seward is a picturesque base camp for all your Alaskan adventures. Whether ...Read More
I met an interesting couple on my last night working at the restaurant in Seward. They were one of the first ones to sit down and the last to leave, not because of my awesome serving skills, but because we had ...Read More
There are a ton of “natural” attractions to do in the Riviera Maya.
So why Xel-Ha?
It may not have colorful corals, but it’s a great place for your family and friends to practice their snorkeling skills, gives them comfort in seeing ...Read More
Christy and I took a long weekend at the end of June to visit Denali National Park. Denali National Park was opened in 1917 as Mt. McKinley Park. It encompasses both the north and south side of the Alaska Range ...Read More
Disney’s Wilderness Preserve is a little known place featuring natural Florida a few miles away from the bright colors and oversized fuzzy characters of the Disney World theme parks. Owned and managed by The Nature Conservancy, this 12,000 acre plot ...Read More