Posts tagged Family Travel
EXPLORING THE POWER OF POSITIVE WORDS. A prolific writer, speaker, and voice of the twentieth century, Helen Keller overcame her difficulties in life to become an encouragement to others. I’ve selected a few quotes to encourage you today.
ATLANTA IS THE ORIGINAL HOME TO A PLETHORA OF DISCOVERIES. When my editor assigned this article for The Savvy Source for Parents my brain flooded with ideas. It was a difficult challenge since Atlanta has been the birthplace for unique items through time. On top of that I wanted tours and learning opportunities which would fit young kids. In the end I decided to feature a few standouts which More >
NIGHT NUMBER ONE, FOLLOWING THE INITIAL DAY OF OUR NATCHEZ TRACE JOURNEY, FOUND US IN A WINERY. Yes, a winery. The Amber Falls Winery & Cellars was just a few miles up the road from our stip at the Meriwether Lewis checkpoint. After checking into the Commodore Hotel in Linden, TN, we went back through Hoenwald, TN to the wine trail area of Hampshire for the Cajunfest event being held at Amber More >
A DREAM TRIP IN THE SOUTHEAST. For over two years, my husband has dreamed of cycling The Natchez Trace. All 444 miles from Nashville, Tennessee to Natchez, Mississippi. It looked like last summer would be the perfect time…until a new job came into our lives. So, we reorganized and planned the trip for 2012:
So this week all the training and planning have resulted in the following trip:
Day1: More >
MY LATEST ARTICLE ON THE SAVVY SOURCE WAS PUBLISHED TODAY. I’ve been waiting anxiously for this publishing date because I had some fun exploring the High and the possibilities for fun within it’s white walls. So often museums are considered a boring option for family fun…at least that’s how the first impression occurs. Don’t believe me? Try saying the words “amusement park”, “movies”, and More >