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Mariposa Ranch Texas Ranger Baked Eggs Recipe
For an authentic taste of the great state of Texas, follow the once dusty trail, traveled by the likes of Davy Crockett and Sam Houston, along the LaBahia Trail (FM 390), to the lovely Mariposa Ranch Bed & Breakfast.
National Treasure The Grand Canyon
Senior travelers will still feel a child-like sense of awe when beholding the majesty of this natural wonder of the world, our national treasure, the Grand Canyon. Guest author Janis Turk gives us a tour of the Grand Canyon.
The Sleeping Bear Birding Trail
With help from the internet, finding hot birding spots is getting easier. Traverse City, Michigan has a new Internet tool, the Sleeping Bear Birding Trail. A web-based road map to almost 40 local birding sites.
VIA - Riding the rails
Guest author Janet Collins travels Canada´s national passenger rail line which welcomes senior travelers with special fares and services.
San Antonio River Walk Doubles In Size
Recently revitalized, the new 1.3-mile Museum Reach, the new section stretches north along the San Antonio River, and connects the existing River Walk to the San Antonio Museum of Art and the 125-year old Pearl Brewery.
The Rare Jade Vine
A few years ago, while on a wonderful birding trip to Trinidad and Tobago, our group spent several days at the Asa Wright Nature Centre. We saw not only beautiful birds but rare and beautiful plants. One of the rarest was the exquisitely beautiful jade vine.
Butterfly House & Bug Zoo, Traverse City Michigan
The new Butterfly House and Bug Zoo opens its doors in the village of Wiliamsburg, just east of Traverse City. Exotic butterflies, bewildering bugs and interesting insects are all on display.
Guest author Janet Collins takes us way up high in the Calgary Tower. The Calgary Tower offers up the best view in the Canadian prairie city. Seniors get a break on the view from the top.
Cheyenne Frontier Days Free Events
If you’re out Wyoming way in mid July you may want to take time to slip on your cowboy boots and help whoop-it-up at Cheyenne Frontier Days. There's plenty to do that won’t cost you a dime.
Wildlife Photo Tips
Whether on vacation, out for the day at the zoo, or looking out your kitchen window, taking photos of wild animals can be fun and rewarding. Here's a few tips on making that photo come out better.
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