You may be asking yourself how a post on going paperless fits on a travel blog. To that I would answer that one of the biggest advantages to going paperless is access to personal and financial documents on any computer or mobile device – anytime, anywhere.
Is it just me, or does this look more like an oven than a maternity ward incubator? Explosion Proof? Really?
We had a funny surprise for our Wedding Anniversary/St. Patrick’s Day – a huge traffic spike in our daily blog visitor count. In fact, it set a new record for us.
We’ve written extensively about the importance of downsizing, living small, and simplicity in our personal lives. And as might be expected, these ideas carry over into our lives as travelers.
The loud whine of the turbines and the deep, ominous whump-whump of the rotors were too much to ignore. Even with “Addicted to Love” cranked up on the car stereo, I could feel the thumping in my chest. I caught a glimpse between two hangers, peeled off the street, pulled up to a
When I saw it gliding quietly toward the runway, my first thought was “dragonfly.” The bulbous head, long thin tail, and gossamer wings, didn’t look like any plane I had seen before. And even though my bike
The historic riverfront in Savannah, Georgia once bustled with the movement of goods of all types. However, in those days, cotton was king, and it made a lot of people very wealthy. Today, the dock bustles with the movement of tourists of all types,