First-time Yelper Jane just got back from a ski trip to Killington. The slopes were great but what about Maureen’s house and communication skills? LOL
Some people LOVE to travel. The sights, sounds, and feeling of newness. Others love the IDEA of travel, but not so much the logistics. They’re staying home.
An old man sits by the hearth, sharing his lessons from years traveling the world. The people he met, the flavors he tasted, the life he lived!
So many are anxious about air travel, but Josh has a different mindset. Flying, in a way, suspends time, giving you the chance to relax, disconnect, and just be.
Maybe there’s a glimmer of hope here. Maybe we’re more alike than we think. Maybe it’s just a matter of finding a place to sit and a strong cup of coffee.
As you stand beside your best friend on her big day, start dreaming about YOUR big day. Who cares about walking down the aisle when you can climb mountains?
Airport bars are where many folks wait between making connections. But sometimes those connections have nothing to do with flights.
When Dennis and his college buddies drove to a bowl game in Florida, they made a few stops. One gas station in Mississippi left them with an important lesson.
How do you measure the greatness of a vacation? Sure, there are memories, but how about compiling the stats? Josh gives us the rundown.