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Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel
Backpacker, gap-packer, or flashpacker

Things used to be so simple. Back in the day, we were backpackers. We carried all our stuff in a pack, on our backs. Period. Then life intervened. I grew up,...

Recently I wrote a travel article on the top ten waterfalls in the U.S. for the Uptake.com attractions blog. A few days later I received an email from Jesse Baier, who...

This week’s Blogging Boomer Carnival is at Don’t Gel Too Soon. There are some really terrific articles on tap this week, discussing subjects ranging from nostalgic remembrances of Buffalo nickels to...

“Don’t be such a dingbatter,” my grandmother used to say to my sisters and me. Another of her favorites was: “go to the store that’s katty-whompus from your house and get...

I’m thinking pancakes. It’s not my normal breakfast  – most days I just scarf down some fruit and a cup of coffee. But pancakes have been calling to me lately. Perhaps...

How to know when you've Overstayed Your Welcome

Last month, as I drove back home to Florida from my annual Christmas trip to Illinois, I stayed a few days with my dear friends, Tom and Patti. They live in...