Kids In The City – Expedia’s Useful Tips For Family Travel This Summer

I love planning. I don’t like random email pitches from PR or product companies. Today the two worlds collide. That’s because Expedia pitched me something I ACTUALLY CARE ABOUT AND WILL USE! It doesn’t happen often. It’s their Kids In The City program and you might be able Continue Reading →

The Semi Non-Unofficial Preparation Guide To Travel Blog Exchange (TBEX) 2011 In Vancouver, Canada

It’s almost here! By almost, I mean less than two months away. TBEX. An annual (and then some) gathering of travel bloggers, marketers, PR folks and other travel industry hooligans with the sole purpose of having a number of parties. No, I mean. It’s a time to bond, Continue Reading →

The Best Shower I’ve Ever Had

As Sean Connery once said, “There can be only one.”  Sure, he was talking about immortals battling through time to find out which of them would earn the prize of becoming mortal.  And then making a number of really bad spin-off movies. I’m talking about showers.  It’s been Continue Reading →

The Cozy, Welcoming Side Of Wenatchee

I’ve lived in the Puget Sound my entire life.  As thus, I have stereotypes of many places around the state of Washington.  Forks is wet.  Sequim is full of old people and sunshine.  Pullman is a college party town.  Wenatchee is hot, dry and industrial. It turns out Continue Reading →