Travel

My travel and speaking schedule for 2020

It’s that time of year! I’ve been sorting through speaking invitations and comparing event schedules to my personal plans. I now have a rough idea of where I’ll be in 2020 — and when. (As I finalize details, I’ll update this post to reflect any changes.) This year, I’ll be traveling much less than last.…

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Hidden Costs Of Renting An RV

I camped with friends and family for four days attending an outdoor music festival. We rented a camper from an RV dealership to pull behind a truck for what seemed like a reasonable price.  However, there are costs incurred when camping with an RV you may not realize at first. Hidden Costs RV relates expenses…

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Surving Hellish Temps While you Travel

Last week Headlines screamed Hell is Coming” based on Western Europe’s unprecedented heat wave.  When Temperatures surge upward, heat exhaustion events multiply.  We love to travel, but going to a new region may leave you unprepared for the extreme weather.  In an age when young athletes have collapsed and even died from heat exhaustion, the…

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The 75th Anniversary of D-Day

It may still be morning for parts of the Western Hemisphere, but in Normandy France, it is late afternoon on the 75th celebration of D-day.  Following renditions songs, stories, and a moment of silence, world leaders pay respects to the veterans of World War II and the Battle of Normandy.  What a great day to…

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Longest pedestrian Bridge in US Opens

Did you know the longest Pedestrian bridge in the united States opened in Gatlinburg today?  Skybridge boasts spectacular views of the Tennessee smoky mountains, which can be seen all around you as you cross the bridge, but also through the bridge in the middle section which is transparent.  This Bridge is not for the faint…

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