Fabulous Few Days in Flagstaff
3 Day Getaways

Fabulous Few Days in Flagstaff

In the world’s largest ponderosa pine forest is a town at the crossroads of outdoor adventure, culinary innovation and space exploration. This historic logging, cattle and railroad city has the Mother Road running through downtown. Sitting at 7,000 feet, Flagstaff is not blazing hot like most of Arizona in the summertime. Instead temperatures average in … Continue reading

Visiting Vancouver
3 Day Getaways

Visiting Vancouver

This bustling seaport is consistently named one of the best cities in the world.  It’s a favorite of foodies and a playground for outdoor enthusiasts.  It’s where the sea meets the sky in a stunning landscape of quaint bays flowing into the Pacific Ocean, temperate rainforests shaded by towering trees, and snow-capped mountains piercing the sky.  It’s where … Continue reading

Go Gear

The Scoop on my Travel Shoes

On my recent trip to San Antonio, Texas and Greenville, South Carolina I got stopped multiple times in the airport by folks asking me, “Who makes those shoes? They’re so cute.” As I’m wearing them on flight to Detroit, Michigan yesterday and today to start a road trip I figured I would share the scoop … Continue reading

The Coolest Place to Stay in Marfa
Hot Spots To Stay

The Coolest Place to Stay in Marfa

When I was deciding where to stay for a night in Marfa, Texas, I had a plethora of unique options. Somewhere between a tipi at El Cosmico and a room in the historic Hotel Paisano, I came across 105 Lincoln, unique private residence like suites in what once was the historic stables of the Presidio … Continue reading

Rolling in Thyme & Dough
Travel Tastes

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