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  • April Weekend In Bayswater by Steve Kerr 4/13/2015 10:32:37 AM
    The sun began to set over Bayswater on a Friday evening.It is a part of London that is always very close to my heart.An area that was once my patch in shades of bygone youth.The traffic as manic as ever soared over... more

  • A Little Gay Couple At A Big Canadian Border Crossing by Kage Alan 4/9/2015 3:59:13 AM
    It never occurred to me that I should be wary about mentioning I'm married to my husband when going across the border into Canada or the US, yet I am now.... more

  • A Short Lime Pepsi Cadbury Canadian Overnighter by Kage Alan 4/6/2015 6:34:30 AM
    Nothing says overnight trip like finding delicious Cadbury chocolate and Lime Pepsi in a local Canadian supermarket. Did I mention the Hilton shower, too?... more

  • Cherney Journeys by Scott Cherney 3/10/2015 6:53:48 PM
    I've been around the block a few times. And back.... more

  • A search for wonder in the natural world by Niki Collins-Queen 3/6/2015 4:48:26 PM
    Leigh Ann Henion's ground-breaking memoir “Phenomenal: A Hesitant Adventurer's Search for Wonder in the Natural World” is both validating and awe-inspiring. It is a must read for all women (and men) who find their healing, awe, sanity, strength and s... more

  • Have You Ever Been Hit in the Head by a Duck? by John Rayburn 3/1/2015 12:28:21 PM
    Chalk one up for my wife, Carol. It was back in a time we had decided to head out in a fifth-wheel trailer touring the nation looking for our country’s positive aspects. Before departure we figured we’d better find out as much about... more

  • Unique is the Proper Description by John Rayburn 1/21/2015 11:59:29 AM
    This time around I offer for your enlightenment an excerpt from my ebook, “We the People: A Good News Odyssey.” I hope you get a couple of chuckles. And, of course, don’t forget to check on the book available at Kindle and also AppleiPad, B... more

  • Safe tips to travel for Australians by Sofia Young 11/22/2014 9:16:01 PM
    Australians love to travel and, lets face it, we are good at it! Our adventurous spirit and friendliness mean we enjoy seeing the world and there are not too many corners of the globe you can visit without running into a few countrymen. However, bein... more

  • A Mural Five Stories Tall by John Rayburn 11/21/2014 6:18:10 AM
    After revisiting the Canadian Maritime provinces of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island we were headed toward the St. Lawrence Waterway as our means of reaching our planned excursion into the next province west. The Waterway makes it easy to... more

  • Forty Gallons of Sap to Make One Gallon of Syrup by John Rayburn 11/19/2014 7:43:56 AM
    This is the next to last of my travel stories with the final one to be posted Friday (11/21). Final editing and proofing has been completed and cover designed to convert the 48 chapters into an e-book. The title will be “TRAVEL: Making Day D... more

  • Smuggling Was Big-Time, Especially During Prohibition by John Rayburn 11/17/2014 5:57:00 AM
    A convenient location close to the Canadian border once made the San Juan Islands a prime location for smuggling. Goods of one kind or another could be bought, moved surreptitiously across the border and get some higher priced sales. For one... more

  • Deep Canyons, Towering Cliffs and Much More by John Rayburn 11/15/2014 6:55:51 AM
    Heading east out of Nevada toward extreme southwest Utah there’s only one way to go and that’s on I-15, which leads you right into St. George. That was the winter home for Mormon leader Brigham Young, whose ailments meant the harsh winters a... more

  • Any Description Requires Superlatives by John Rayburn 11/13/2014 6:36:38 AM
    It’s difficult trying to decide what to talk about first in any verbal or written discussion of Paris, France. We have been in many parts of France, including the capital although on one trip we had so many things to see and do elsewhere we d... more

  • New Residents First Called It Laclede's Village by John Rayburn 11/11/2014 5:31:25 AM
    It all came about because a Frenchman named Pierre Laclede decided in 1763 he had found a great spot for a trading post. It was in a heavily forested area on a high bluff overlooking the Mississippi River. All those trees had to be cleared f... more

  • Historical? Yes. Verifiable? Not Always. by John Rayburn 11/9/2014 4:55:40 AM
    More or less that’s a meaning of “legend,” and the United Kingdom is full of them. One example is in the Great Hall of Winchester Castle. Hanging on a wall there is what is supposed to be the table where King Arthur gathered with his Knights ... more

  • Massive Rockslides Caused Shutdown by John Rayburn 11/7/2014 4:05:11 AM
    As we stood out on the deck of the Niagara Falls Observation Tower we not only had a view of the American, Bridal Veil and Horseshoe Falls of Niagara but also a better close-up sense of the tremendous power. I’m not sure how they arrive a... more

  • The Best Viewing Place In the City by John Rayburn 11/5/2014 6:00:14 AM
    There’s a stretch of water that’s only a mile wide and three miles long. That doesn’t seem like much but it was enough to bring about one of the most famous architectural wonders in the United States. At one time the only way you ... more

  • Hanky-Panky Brought Big Changes by John Rayburn 11/3/2014 5:13:08 AM
    Once upon a time there was a small fishing and pearl-diving village that began to transform itself in the 1700s. Its first upward step found it becoming a port that was serving some places farther inland. San Blas had been getting th... more

  • It Has Been Called "The Cradle of Liberty" by John Rayburn 11/1/2014 5:20:23 AM
    The words “Boston” and “history” are virtually synonymous and that seems to be even more true with any additional visits. The city got its start in 1630 when some colonists from England moved in. These were Protestants from the 16... more

  • A Hummingbird Landed On My Shoulder by John Rayburn 10/30/2014 5:48:14 AM
    How about a zoo, botanical garden, natural history museum, aquarium and art gallery all rolled into one? That’s what you’ll find about 12 miles west of Tucson, Arizona in what was once mostly a natural desert area. It’s called the Arizona-Son... more

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