I grew up in Colorado and spent a childhood exploring the state. My favorite part of Colorado lies just across the Continental Divide from Denver – Grand Lake and the western slope of Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP). This is a perfect three-day road trip from Denver and is what people come from around the
The United States of America (USA) is the third largest country by geographic size on Earth. It is also our home. It is also the second most visited country in the world (based on international arrivals). From the small, quaint ski towns of New England to the sunny, tropical beaches of Hawaii, there’s 3.8 million square miles of amazing territory to see. The USA has more geographic variation than most other continents: there are mountains and deserts, and everything in between.
There’s a lot to love in the good ‘ole USA. We love exploring the wine regions and craft distilleries that booming across the country. The country may be a young one, but much of that history has been preserved and is easily explored. Long before new culinary traditions are explored elsewhere, they are pioneered here. And while the country is massive, it’s very easy to get around – making weekend getaways both convenient and affordable. Here are some of our favorite articles on things to do in the USA.
When people think of Colorado, they think of skiing – usually in Summit County at Breckenridge, Cooper Mountain, Keystone or similar resorts (Vail). Some folks may also be aware of Colorado’s amazing summertime beauty. There’s a whole lot to see in Colorado outside of Summit County. On this trip, we headed for Grand County. After
The Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, bills itself as “America’s Resort.” This grand old hotel, which is nestled in the Allegheny Mountains about 240 miles west of Washington, D.C., is one of the Historic Hotels of America. One of its many claims to fame is that 26 presidents have been hosted there.
Beekman mansion and farm – home of the Fabulous Beekman Boys – are our happy places. Especially during Harvest Fest.
For years, we have longed to go to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York. This is one of the 1,000 Places to See Before You Die and, as baseball fans, has been on our personal list for years. My wife grew up in a baseball family and it brought
Visiting the magical Field of Dreams location in Dyersville, Iowa.
San Diego is one of our favorite cities on the planet. This fun, relaxed city has amazing weather and an abundance of activities. We’re a little biased – Laura’s sister lives here and we go out frequently to visit, but we never tire of taking in the San Diego highlights!