• Retreat to Racing Town

    Elkhart Lake Beckons Holiday Travelers  written by JENNIFER COLOSIMO | photography courtesy of JENNIFER COLOSIMO; THE OSTHOFF RESORT; ROAD AMERICA December, for many of us in the South, means long shopping lines and hours manning a sugar-cookie-filled oven. For a small part of the population …

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  • Formidable Footprints

    Mountain Roads Point to Primland’s Plentiful Paradise written by CARL DANBURY | photos courtesy of PRIMLAND The traditional Virginia gentleman enjoys the outdoors. I should know, I went to high school with several and it was these memories of them that brought me to Primland. …

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  • Heavenly Views

    A Familiar, Fond Memory Found at North Carolina’s The Swag written by CARL DANBURY | photos courtesy of CARL DANBURY; THE SWAG COUNTRY INN THE CHORAL DIRECTOR GOT IT RIGHT when he chose “Nearer, My God, to Thee” on an otherwise typical Sunday in late …

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  • A Simpler Place and Time: Your Ticket to History in Motion

    written by MARTY STEINER | photography courtesy of TENNESSEE VALLEY RAILROAD; ST. MARYS EXPRESS; COASTAL HERITAGE SOCIETY; ATLANTA HISTORY CENTER; THE DWELL HOTEL; ST. MARYS CVB; QUENTIN BACON Gladys Knight and the Pips’ hit “Midnight Train to Georgia” won the Grammy in 1973, was inducted …

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  • Idaho’s Mojo: The Buzz on Boise

      written by HEATHER KW BROWN | photography courtesy of VISIT IDAHO; DOWNTOWN BOISE ASSOCIATION; KENDRA CONNALLY/ KENDRA-ELISE.COM; TANA PHOTOGRAPHY; THE CHOCOLAT BAR Pinpointing my exact whereabouts almost 20 years ago as I drove through Idaho’s scenic panhandle is suspect. What I can confirm is that …

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