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Santa Fe, New Mexico

Greetings from Santa Fe

Savoring the Land of Enchantment Santa Fe is a favorite destination for our family, but we don’t always take time to explore the surrounding terrain when we are there, so recently my husband and I decided to venture outside New Mexico’s famous city. We flew into Albuquerque and instead of driving up Interstate 25 straight into…

Cruising Deep Ellum

Dallas’ famous neighborhood is more than a late-night out. For many of us DFW natives we have seen the eccentric neighborhood of Deep Ellum evolve from being the hotspot of the late ‘90s counter culture through a decade long downturn and now it designation as a food, art and music community that grows every year.…

Savoring Northern Spain - travel

Savoring Northern Spain

Savoring Northern Spain From the enormous Gothic Cathedral in Seville, to the magnificent Alhambra Palace in Granada, I didn’t think I could possibly love Spain more after exploring its southern regions on more than one occasion. That was until I recently returned to Madrid and headed north. We started our trip in San Sebastian, a beach…

Healthy Summertime Travels

Healthy Summertime Travels

Bad weather, lost luggage, and cancelled flights usually top the list of things that could spoil a summer vacation. However, there is another potential peril that could endanger any vacation that is often overlooked – a health problem. And unlike many other causes for concern, the potential for injury or illness is something that can…

vintage Texas Map

Travel: Who Put Texas on the Map

Who Put Texas on the Map? A new exhibit in Washington, Texas makes for a great family outing this spring break. The Star of the Republic Museum’s new exhibit “So Others Could Follow: Four Centuries of Maps that Define Texas” will open on Saturday, March 3, 2018, with 20 maps spanning three centuries from the…