At Te Puia in Rotorua, we experience the vibrant living land and the native peoples who call this place their home in New Zealand
I won’t forget our journey down New Zealand’s Forgotten World Highway. Also known as Highway 43, it is considered one of the most dangerous roads in New Zealand
Hiking in New Zealand is a life affirming event and we made sure we latched on to a life well lived with these easy jaunts in both the North and South islands.
Do I have suggestions for a 5-day trip to Michigan’s UP? Yes, I do! I love Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and pounced on every opportunity to promote it.
The New Zealand Heli-Hike on the Fox Glacier is awesome. Do it. You won’t regret. The safety meeting before the helicopter ride had a few shockers.
The 2019 Michigan Summer Beer Festival on July 26-27, in Ypsilanti, featured more than 150 Michigan breweries. We caught the fun in the pictures posted in our galleries and taped a few interviews where we asked if there was any exciting news they’d like to share.
A taste of Pure Michigan is exploring Benzie County. This quiet community in Northern Michigan offers unique and sweet things to do while you are UP North.
I’ve got five reasons why the White Island tour of New Zealand’s most active volcano should be on your itinerary! It wasn’t initially on my 20-day New Zealand itinerary, I’m so glad I added it.
The whimsy and wonder of the Shire comes to life during our visit to the Hobbiton Movie Set during our New Zealand vacation.
Iron Fish Distillery hosted their 3rd Annual Hats and Horses Event on May 4th. They won first place in my books as the best Kentucky Derby Party. The odds were good since it was my first Kentucky Derby Party. I think it would be a safe bet that it won’t be my last.
We’ve got answers to your New Zealand trip questions. Like how long was the fight? Which side of the road do you drive? What did you eat? What did you see?
Our journey to Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands included a surprise visit to an odd museum before landing on the edge of Kinlochleven.
We wrecked the rental car in Stirling during our Scotland adventure and ended up with a delightful evening sharing scotch with family and new friends.
Our chant, “Open, Open, Open” kept time with the sleet hitting the windshield while we waited in the car for the for Lake Ann Brewing Company to open. Our chant worked! Not only did the doors open but we got a very special treat.
Mother Nature tried to rain on our parade, so we made the best of it by seeking fine Michigan beers in the Leelanau peninsula.
The Iron Fish Distillery Tours are a bargain at $10 a person. Not only do you get a history lesson, a demonstration of their soil-to-spirit process, and a guided tasting of their fine spirits but also a motivational experience.