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Destination Dallas: A Tasty Culinary Journey

When I travel, I love to visit museums, architectural edifices (Gaudi), and archeological sites such as Petra. But popular restaurants at a destination are not high on my list of must-try travel experiences.

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Spring Time In the Mountain State: West Virginia Wildflowers

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It's that time of year again here in West Virginia, the time when the flora starts to sprout new life and the forest floors explode with color. Spring Time!

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Spring in Washington, D.C.

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The National Cherry Blossom Festival started in Washington, D.C. this year from March 20. My friends and I were excited to enjoy the spirit of spring brought by the blossoming trees.

 

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Texas saddles up to lasso spring, with food and wine to boot

Forget the bluebonnets and the azaleas; I know spring has sprung in the Lone Star State when the first wine and food festivals begin. That’s when wine and food enthusiasts like me, keep their calendars handy.

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Good Things in Grand Rapids: Grand Rapids Popcorn

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Did you know that Grand Rapids, Michigan, is home to an amazing popcorn place? It's true! We've been enjoying Grand Rapids Popcorn for years and years (they started in 1944, but alas we've not been alive - or munching their popcorn - that long).

 

Surviving The Knife Edge

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Fulfilling my Dad’s birthday wish meant getting up at 4am to get in line to hike Maine’s Greatest Mountain, Mount Katahdin. Mount Katahdin is located in the heart of Maine in Baxter State Park, which was protected by Governor Percival Baxter in the 1930’s.

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