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Rolling in Thyme & Dough
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Rolling in Thyme & Dough

After filming a couple of hiking segments for a television station in Austin, Texas, I decided to take the scenic route back to San Antonio taking TX Highway 290 to US-281.  It’s a lot less crowded that I-35, plus the scenery of rolling hills and ranches along the edge of the Texas Hill Country is … Continue reading

A Tranquil Retreat is Where to Stay in Taipei
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A Tranquil Retreat is Where to Stay in Taipei

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and stay in this tranquil retreat in the Beitou district, which is the northernmost district in Taipei. Beitou is known for its green spaces and hot springs. It’s also home to the Gaia Hotel. As soon as I walked into the Gaia Hotel, I melted into its … Continue reading

Sneak Peek into Outdoor Retailer Snow Show
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Sneak Peek into Outdoor Retailer Snow Show

Like others in the outdoor industry, I couldn’t wait to see the hottest new trends, game changing gear, and what’s cool at Outdoor Retailer. I’ll admit, it’s a bit overwhelming when you enter the Colorado Convention Center maxed out with gear from duffles to crampons to go gear food to a plethora of clothes and … Continue reading

3 Dining Experiences in Breckenridge You Have to Try
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3 Dining Experiences in Breckenridge You Have to Try

Historic Hearthstone Tucked away on South Ridge Street in Breckenridge, Colorado, is the Kaiser House. You could easily walk by this historic home decked out in Victoria period decor. It was a family home in the late 1800s and early 1900s. As you walk in from the cold, instantly see it’s a cozy, yet elegant … Continue reading

A Day in Colorado’s Quirkiest Town
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A Day in Colorado’s Quirkiest Town

Nederland, Colorado, has a plethora of outdoor adventure and a carousel of happiness. There’s more coffee shops in a two block radius in this small town than you’d find in five blocks in New York City. It’s quirky, offbeat, and well, just weird. It’s where you go if you want to really get off-the-grid. Remember … Continue reading