Empty Nesters

The nest is never completely empty, it seems.

Why You Should Experience a Weekend in Wonderful Whistler, Canada!

Why You Should Experience a Weekend in Wonderful Whistler, Canada!

Guest Post by Emma Grant Whatever the time of year, there’s always something interesting to do in Wonderful Whistler. During the winter, Canadians head to the slopes for skiing and snowboarding. The same ones come back again later in the year when the weather picks up for hiking, mountain biking, and relaxing. If you like […]

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Here is your Chance to see the exhibit “Dressing Downton” in St Augustine Florida! Free!

Here is your Chance to see the exhibit “Dressing Downton” in St Augustine Florida! Free!

Here is your chance to see the museum exhibit, “Dressing Downton” at the Lightner Museum when staying at the St Francis Inn or Casa de Suenos in St Augustine, Florida this holiday season! I have stayed at Casa de Suenos and toured St Augustine, and I can tell you it is a beautiful, historical city […]

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You Will Love the San Gabriel House Bed and Breakfast in Georgetown Texas!

You Will Love the San Gabriel House Bed and Breakfast in Georgetown Texas!

The end of September found me in Georgetown, Texas enjoying their annual Wine Festival. I had the most wonderful weekend, and part of the reason why is the San Gabriel House Bed and Breakfast at University and Olive, across from Southwestern University. San Gabriel House has a long history, it was built in 1908. There […]

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Digital Nomads Interviewed Me about Travel, Citizen Science, and my book ALL FISH FACES!

Digital Nomads Interviewed Me about Travel, Citizen Science, and my book ALL FISH FACES!

I had a great time with @RickySheety of Digital Nomads! They have several interviews with digital nomads and travelers, so be sure and check them out on YouTube!

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You Should Experience Amazing and Beautiful Georgetown, Texas!

You Should Experience Amazing and Beautiful Georgetown, Texas!

You should experience Georgetown! During 2017 I have been exploring and traveling in the Texas Hill Country. I recently paid a visit to Georgetown, Texas, 30 miles north of Austin, to experience the Georgetown Wine Festival, but I ended up experiencing so much more! Marcy, from the Visitor’s Center, took me on a wonderful tour […]

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How You can help save our Amazing Oceans!

How You can help save our Amazing Oceans!

How YOU can help our amazing oceans! Through all of my travels, especially those involving the ocean and diving, I have become more and more aware of the changing state of our oceans. The changes from 30 years ago to the present are painfully clear. Water temperatures are significantly warmer, coral reefs are bleaching and […]

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Have you ever gone Bat Shit Crazy in Austin? I Have!

Have you ever gone Bat Shit Crazy in Austin? I Have!

Bat Shit Crazy! Austin goes bat shit crazy at dusk on the Ann Richards Congress Avenue Bridge! Have you been to Austin to see the crazy bat show? You should check it out at BatCon! From March to November, Mexican fruit bats nest and live under the Ann Richards Congress Avenue Bridge in downtown Austin. […]

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You can Join in the 2017 Clean the Crow Clean Up on September 16!

You can Join in the 2017 Clean the Crow Clean Up on September 16!

  Join us at Clean the Crow on September 16, 2017 for a cleanup event from 8am-10am!  Keep Dallas Beautiful has partnered with the City of Dallas and we’re asking for your help. Come catch the litter flying in the breeze so Dallas can enjoy a clean park. Spend two hours to Keep Dallas Beautiful, […]

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Enjoy Amazing Views from Texas Hill Country

Enjoy Amazing Views from Texas Hill Country

Texas Hill Country is beautiful. I have made it my duty to explore all of it and report back to you! Enjoy these views from Texas Hill Country.

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What to Do and See in the Texas Hill Country…Don’t forget LBJ!

What to Do and See in the Texas Hill Country…Don’t forget LBJ!

No visit to the Texas Hill Country is complete without visiting the LBJ State Park and Historical Site. Lyndon Baines Johnson was the 36th President of the United States, serving from 1963 through 1969. He was the Vice President of John F Kennedy, and took over the presidency upon Kennedy’s death. Many, even most, baby […]

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