Travel Poster Collection Alaska

Working with The Crafts Mart, an online store, we are making a number of our travel photographs available as high quality prints. These prints are produced using fade resistant inks on museum grade archival, heavy weight paper. Available in different sizes these prints are perfect for framing and are great for decorating to show offContinue reading “Travel Poster Collection Alaska”

Travel Poster Collection Washington

Working with The Crafts Mart, an online store, we are making a number of our travel photographs available as high quality prints. These prints are produced using fade resistant inks on museum grade archival, heavy weight paper. Available in different sizes these prints are perfect for framing and are great for decorating to show offContinue reading “Travel Poster Collection Washington”

Travel Poster Collection Haleakala

Working with The Crafts Mart, an online store, we are making a number of our travel photographs available as high quality prints. These prints are produced using fade resistant inks on museum grade archival, heavy weight paper. Available in different sizes these prints are perfect for framing and are great for decorating to show offContinue reading “Travel Poster Collection Haleakala”

Port Of Call Key West, Florida

Spending A Great Cruise Day In Key West Florida Many Caribbean cruises include Key West, Florida as one of their ports of call. This tropical city is an American original that has cast its spell on a number of great people for more than a century. Ernest Hemingway, President Truman, Audubon, Calvin Klein, Truman Capote,Continue reading “Port Of Call Key West, Florida”

Getting Around Walt Disney World

Includes New Downloadable pdf Map Before you plan a trip to Walt Disney World it might be helpful to understand the transportation system options. The basic drive in and spend a day at a park is pretty straight forward. Get inside The World and follow the signs to the selected park. Pay about $20, parkContinue reading “Getting Around Walt Disney World”

A Train Ride In Georgia and Habitat For Humanity

Take a fantastic day excursion or plan a whole weekend, this train journey starts in Cordele, Georgia just west of Interstate 75. Ride in a 1949 vintage air-conditioned car, and explore a mix of romantic yesteryear and today’s new South. The SAM Shortline stops in a number of cute historic towns filled with history, attractions,Continue reading “A Train Ride In Georgia and Habitat For Humanity”

Help From The State Department

Extra Protection While Traveling In the words of Monty Python; “Nobody expected the Spanish Inquisition” but travel always has a certain element of risk. Unfortunately todays news is making that painfully clear. One of the most important things you need when natural disasters and civil unrest erupts in a country where you’re traveling is aContinue reading “Help From The State Department”

The Cruise Port Of New Orleans

The Big Easy, Bourbon Street, St. Louis Cathedral, Beignets are all associated with America’s most notorious city and it’s waiting for you to visit. NOLA The Big Easy To begin with New Orleans is a destination virtually in a class all by itself. The city and its famous French Quarter are celebrated for history butContinue reading “The Cruise Port Of New Orleans”

Seward Alaska A Port of Call

The Cruise Port of Seward Seward is an important port for Alaska cruises. It is significantly farther north than other Alaska cruise ports and for many cruises it’s a turn-around port, meaning the end of one cruise and the start of another. It’s biggest attraction is that it’s a departure city for the Alaska RailroadContinue reading “Seward Alaska A Port of Call”

The Port of Call Skagway, Alaska

Spending a Day in a Gold Rush Town Skagway is a very popular port of call for Alaska cruises. With a population that fluctuates between 700 and 2,000 from winter to summer it is easy to see what the economy is based on. While Skagway is small and isolated that doesn’t mean there isn’t anythingContinue reading “The Port of Call Skagway, Alaska”