Andele’s Dog House for authentic Mexican food

Authentic Mexican House Specialty Tacos El Carbon Andele's Dog House

Andele’s Dog House “In a region famous for their green chiles and pecan trees, authentic Mexican food has gone to the dogs in historic Old Mesilla, New Mexico. Andelé’s Dog House serves up Mexican hot dogs, chile con queso burgers, ice cold beer and even allows Fido inside the covered back […] Read more »

Slow Travel on the Natchez Trace Parkway

Sunken Trace on Natchez Trace Parkway

Slow travel is popular with babyboomers these days. Learn a little history about the Natchez Trace Parkway, get outdoors for some hiking, biking, and camping. See this babyboomer’s recommendation for travel in the South. History, and Hiking, and Hammocks, Oh My! “This 444-mile-long, narrow federal preserve is ideal for slow […] Read more »

Travel Trends in 2019 in US and World

Carizzo Plain Central California

Why do you travel? I travel to learn new cultures, consider new customs, see how people live their lives, connect with locals, try new foods and activities, challenge myself physically and mentally, to relax, and to be an ambassador. Where should you go? Wherever you want! Global tourism is flourishing. […] Read more »

Why I got naked in Paso Robles

River Oaks Spa Paso Robles

You will get into hot water when you get naked at the River Oaks Hot Springs spa. Shuffling down the quiet hall in my plush spa slippers and fluffy white robe, I heard the faint sound of bubbling water. The light aroma of sulfur and minerals drew me like a […] Read more »

Two billion years in the making

Big Morongo Canyon Preserve

It took two billion years to create the geological formations in the Morongo Valley in Southern California. Read all about it with the link below and at http://www.hbcoutdoors.com https://www.hbcoutdoors.com/blog/two-billion-years-in-the-making Read more »