*** SHOW NOTES *** Being recorded in the beautiful Hampton Inn, Thomasville, GA. Our last episode, The Evolution Of Business Travel, covered some of the basics and got us to this point. Today it’s the “Travel Trinity” planes, hotels and smartphones. Traveling by plane has truly become “Greyhound in
Our last Virginia update left us here…. three days and a few hundred miles into a freestyle road trip. At that time we had stopped at Luray Caverns… $28.00 per person, please exit through the gift shop. The true definition of a tourist trap. The tour was both entertaining and informative.
The Post I Probably Shouldn’t Write….. how’s that for clickbait? Over the last few days, many businesses are cutting ties with the NRA. In case you’ve been living in a vacuum, here’s the reason why. So why would a “travel-themed” blogger even care? Traditionally, I’m a fisherman (in addition to
Growing up, holidays and summers were filled with road trips. My Mom managed to occupy us with magnetic Scottie dogs, cassettes filled with Mac Davis and travel bingo cards. If Pinterest had been around in the 1970’s Mom would’ve kicked ass. Since I rarely have an original idea, this post comes courtesy
Resolutions, it’s the season; both House Calls and Running From Insanity gave us their respective takes earlier this month. Therefore, I’m here late January, a week after most of the resolutioners have abandoned their Couch to 5k program offering up some travel resolutions that you can pull off any time of the