Discover Galveston’s Majestic Tall Ships Video

Discover Galveston’s Majestic Tall Ships Video

Discover Galveston’s Majestic Tall Ships Video

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The Guadalupe River: Escape the Texas Heat

The Guadalupe River: Escape the Texas Heat

  A Cool Reprieve The Guadalupe River lovingly called “the Guad” by locals of the Lone Star state, winds and meanders its way through Texas Hill Country. It flows past carved out limestone cliffs and mounds of gnarled cypress roots looking like they are dipping their toes in the river as they reach for water. A favorite destination for locals and visitors alike who are trying to escape some of Texas’ sweltering hot summer humidity. Thousands will travel to this cool water mecca over the course of a summer for a day of kayaking, tubing or rafting.

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7 Foodie Gems of Shreveport

7 Foodie Gems of Shreveport

Shreveport has been a foodie mecca for diverse regional dishes since its founding in 1836. Shreveportites are infamous for putting their own unique spin on recipes that have been handed down or brought from other countries. This is but a small sampling of delectable morsels you can offer your palate when you visit Shreveport-Bossier City. 

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Marker Cellars Wine Pairing and Texas Wine History

Marker Cellars Wine Pairing and Texas Wine History

Sweet nectar from the high plains of Texas Alvord, Texas –  Marker Cellars in the Red River Valley hosted their first wine pairing and Texas wine history event. Texas Wine History I was invited to join a small group of Texas wine lovers to enjoy an evening sampling bold Texas flavor matched with pasta, dried fruit, nuts, assorted cheese, and cannolis. Mark Rogers, the owner of Marker Cellars, taught us some interesting tidbits about Texas wine history. Native American Indian tribes used wild Vitis rotundifolia, also known as muscadine grapes, in much of their diet. Muscadine grapes are packed with

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Natchitoches – Louisiana’s Best Kept Secret

Natchitoches – Louisiana’s Best Kept Secret

  Remnants of Natchitoches French Creole and Spanish roots are evident in its historical cotton plantations, and 19th-century landmark buildings. Natchitoches – A Road Trip To Louisiana’s Hidden Gem Natchitoches (pronounced nack-a-tish), settled in 1714 it is the oldest settlement in

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Huntsville - Alabama's Hidden Gem

Huntsville - Alabama's Hidden Gem

Huntsville, Alabama Diverse, unique, and eclectic. It is a land where you will find lush, rolling green hills

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Space Camp - Adventures for the young-at-heart

Space Camp - Adventures for the young-at-heart

Space Camp – An Empty Nest Journey 3, 2, 1, mark. Pilot, you are a go to start auxiliary

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Why Shreveport~Bossier City?

Why Shreveport~Bossier City?

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Tampa Has A Riverwalk?

Tampa Has A Riverwalk?

Did you know that Tampa, Florida has a boardwalk? I did not. What a pleasant and fun discovery that was.  The River Boardwalk

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Texas Renaissance Festival – a party for your eyes

Renaissance Festival – transport your self to another world and another time. Last year at the Texas Renaissance Festival we had such a good time! Of course, we had to visit the King’s Bar The parade is always fun to watch #renaissance #texas  

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Texoma Wine Trail

Texoma Wine Trail

What do you think of when you think of Texas? Most people will think of cowboys, cattle, and tumbleweeds. Yes, those are all found in Texas. Texas is also one of the first wine producing states.

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Zip lining with Slotzilla

Zip lining with Slotzilla

Would you jump out of a perfectly good airplane? Would you jump from a building that was structurally sound? Not even on fire or anything as

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Dallas Farmers Market

Dallas Farmers Market

Farmers Markets They have been around as long as farmers. What started as small roadside stands has blossomed and evolved into gatherings of various sizes. From small towns to

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Ashton’s B & B

Ashton’s B & B

New Orleans’ Esplanade Ridge Historic District was once the most prestigious Creole neighborhoods in the city. Now it boasts one of the largest and most impressive concentrations

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Flea Market Haven in Canton

Flea Market Haven in Canton

  Canton is a small town with a very popular tradition. Once a month, approximately 400,000 people descend on this quaint farming community of 3,500 for a single weekend to

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New Orleans Airboat Swamp Tour Video

New Orleans Airboat Swamp Tour Video

New Orleans Swamp Tour New Orleans offers a wide range of activities and tours. An airboat or swamp tour with Jean Lafitte Swamp Tours is the perfect beginning to an adventurous weekend in New Orleans.

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An Evening With Manta Rays Video

An Evening With Manta Rays Video

Moonlight Snorkeling with Manta Rays Manta rays have been a source of legends and myths for hundreds of years. Sailors at one time believed that they would attack and sink boats by grabbing the anchors to pull them

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Maui – A tropical Escape Video

Maui – A tropical Escape Video

Experience Maui Maui is a lush tropical island brimming with romance and adventure. It is the second largest island in the state of Hawaii. It is also called the Valley Isle because of the deep valleys weave between the Southern and Northern volcanoes and throughout the island.

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Nap time in Alaska Video

Alaska Nap Time With those long Alaska summer days you need to sleep when and where you can. Work a little, sleep a little.  Zzz… Teens, you gotta love ’em! Share your favorite teen story.

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Snorkeling with Fair Wind Cruise Video

Fair Wind Cruise We had a great time snorkeling with Fair Wind Cruise in Kona, Hawaii.  

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