July 2012

18 Fun Things To Eat, Drink and Do Now in Anchorage, Alaska

July 31, 2012

Are you planning to visit Alaska?  There is a good chance that you’ll see the state’s largest city, Anchorage, if only for a brief stop from the airport.   Anchorage, Alaska is Mr. Jones’ birthplace and hometown.  When we visit Anchorage several times a year to see family and friends, we like to check out […]

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Comparing Cruising 100 Years Ago: The Titanic Exhibit at Kansas City’s Union Station

July 30, 2012

The fact that we are sailing on a cruise ship next week near the Bermuda Triangle did not dampen our interest or enthusiasm for visiting the Titanic Exhibition at Kansas City’s Union Station with our friend Michael. On April 10, 1912 the RMS Titanic – the world’s largest ship afloat – set sail from Southampton, England […]

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A Girl, A Guy and Their Travel Love Story

July 27, 2012

We were inspired to share this story as part of a STORY CRAFTING PRACTICUM Blog Hop championed by PR Pro Brigitte Lyons via her Unfettered Ink blog.      A small-town Midwestern girl, intent on building her career in advertising, gets on a plane with three suitcases. She’s 23. It’s late November. She’s headed to Rochester, New […]

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11 Out-of-the-Way Places Best Explored From a Cruise Ship

July 19, 2012

Many travelers write off a cruise vacation as “a boat trip to some Caribbean Islands.”  While we enjoy all kinds of travel, we find cruise ships a terrific way to explore some of the world’s most unique and out-of-the-way destinations. The world is full of interesting places that are too difficult to reach to warrant […]

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