Discovering Georgia's Golden Isles'

Discovering Georgia’s Golden Isles’

Nestled on the Georgia coast, midway between Savannah, GA, and Jacksonville, FL, lies four beautiful barrier islands known as Georgia’s Golden Isles’: St. Simons Island, Sea Island, Jekyll Island, Little St. Simons Island and the mainland city of Brunswick. Pristine stretches of marshland, punctuated by small islands known as hammocks, define the breathtaking landscape and create the appearance of a continuous stretch…

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Rhode Island Bike and Sail

Narragansett Bay Area Highlights

  Narragansett Bay Area Highlights – Narragansett Bay is a bay and estuary on the north side of Rhode Island Sound covering 147 mi², 120.5 mi² in Rhode Island. The Bay forms New England’s largest estuary, which functions as an expansive natural harbor and includes a small archipelago. With four of the state’s most popular…

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Hilton Head Island by Bike

Hilton Head Island’s 12 miles of hard-packed beach are remarkably bike-able, particularly at low tide, and are conveniently accessible from several locations. Rule number one—just as with biking anywhere else—is follow the flow of traffic. Cars have the right away in plantations. Ride on the bike paths as often as you can; they’re safe, well-marked…

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Robert Frost Interpretive Trail

One of Vermont’s Finest Treasures Located in the Green Mountain National Forest is one of our favorite Central Vermont Tour stops – the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail.   “There is nothing commercialized or exploitative about the use of Frost’s name here. In fact, the trail and picnic area are easily missed if you’re traveling in…

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Getting Wild in the Adirondacks

We are ready to get Wild in the Adirondacks! One of our new stops  this year on our New York’s Adirondack Adventure is a visit to the award-winning Wild Center, also known as the Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks. USA Today  terms it a “must see,” while the New York Times calls it “stunning”   The Wild…

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