For almost two decades I was a dedicated Delta customer, and why not I lived in Atlanta, GA, their home base. In 2016 I switched my airline choice from Delta to Southwest, I talked about it here. In the past 18 months, I may have flown a dozen flights onRead More →

  I’m all for keeping things “local”. I prefer local restaurants to franchises, farmers markets over the regional chains and typically I’ll grab a local cold one before some mass-produced brew. The advantage of traveling is you get plenty of chances to #DrinkLocal. Here’s a tip, if you let your friends know that you’ll have noRead More →

October, the smell of fall, as well as the smell of craziness, is in the air. This time of year the road warrior looks forward to the holidays and a less hectic travel schedule. Yet the nutjobs trudge forward full-force. Right out the gate, we’re hitting you where it hurts.Read More →

Recently two fellow road warriors and myself ended up in the same town one evening and as our conversations usually do, we ended up talking about food. Golden Rule BBQ Irondale, AL Felix’s Fish Camp Restaurant Spanish Fort, AL Sweet Potatoes Savannah, GA Dauphin’s Mobile, AL Wintzell’s Oyster House Mobile,Read More →

Ahhh, the SunPass, living in Florida you’re more than likely familiar with it. If not, the SunPass can actually make your Florida travel a bit easier when it comes to time and money. The transponder, once attached to the inside of your windshield, transmits a radio signal to sensors mountedRead More →

There are many ways to document travels and adventures. Some choose to journal, too time-consuming for me, some bring back shot glasses from their destinations and others, myself included, take pictures. In this digital age, it’s easy to share our travels, there’s SnapChat, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google Drive and onRead More →

Last Friday I was in the Newark Airport heading back to O-Town and as I was reading my complimentary hotel copy of USA Today I came across Tasting Asheville: From beer town to culinary capital. In full disclosure, I’m a sucker for anything Asheville, growing I spent summers rambling throughRead More →