Pines by the Sea

Visitors can observe elephant seals lounging and jousting at the rookery in Piedras Blancas for free every day of the year.

by Donya Carlson
November 30, 2016

  Cambria, located midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, is an adventurer’s delight The community of Cambria, established 150 years ago, is a small seaside town on the central coast... Read more »

Vermont’s Capital Assets

by Kenneth W. Dahse
June 29, 2016

  America’s smallest state capital, Montpelier offers big-time fun with first-rate restaurants, museums, galleries, music and a historic statehouse that commands the city, all set against... Read more »

Shipwreck Shoreline

by Lisa Densmore Ballard
June 29, 2016

  A meander along the sweeping northwest coast of Lake Superior, the largest freshwater lake in the world, reveals hiking trails, a historic lighthouse and a folk school that preserves the... Read more »

California’s Enchanted Hill

by Peter Lewis
April 28, 2016

  A towering figure in American history, media magnate William Randolph Hearst built a mansion in the sky that was just as audacious as he was. Now a historical landmark, Hearst Castle recalls... Read more »

Texas Is for the Birds

by James Richardson
November 25, 2015

  The Rio Grande Valley attracts almost 500 species of our feathered friends as they nest, breed and migrate in this alluvial plain A great place to spend the winter is at one of the many... Read more »

Great American Haunts

by Kathy Berardi
September 30, 2015

  Five spine-tingling destinations to visit this Halloween season   Fall is the season to get out on the open road for a quick weekend getaway or a relaxed longer trip to enjoy the changing... Read more »

Montana’s Small Town With a Big History

by Jack Ballard
July 1, 2015

  Following in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark, the author rediscovers his roots in Three Forks, where the Madison, Gallatin and Jefferson rivers converge at the headwaters of the Missouri... Read more »

Alaska’s Switzerland

by Donna Ikenberry
March 31, 2015

  Surrounded by mountains rising above 13,000 feet, the scenic port of Valdez is an outdoor paradise for cycling along Prince William Sound, cruising past calving glaciers, kayaking among marine... Read more »

Tiptoe Through the Tulip Route

by Paula Loehr
March 2, 2015

  Every spring, Washington’s Skagit Valley is carpeted in color and celebrated with a monthlong festival Bring on the blossoms! During the entire month of April, the flower-growing Skagit... Read more »

Let There Be Light

by Janet and Stuart Wilson
March 2, 2015

  Explore the spectacular scenery and luminous history of 11 Washington lighthouses on a Puget Sound road trip   We think it was serendipity. A chance conversation a few years ago at... Read more »

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