Traverse City, Michigan bills itself as the “Cherry Capital of the World.” With 75% of the world’s tart cherries, used for pies, pastries and jams, produced in the area, they have good reason to make such a claim. Read on for a great Quick 'n' Cherry Chicken recipe.
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, located an easy 90 mile drive northeast of Las Vegas, is a 23,000 acre gem of clear springs which harbor a surprising wealth of Southwestern bird life and endemic pupfish among the barren surroundings of alkaline desert.
Traverse City, Michigan welcomes visitors to a marvelous, Midwest playground. In the heart of the Traverse City area is one of Michigan’s premier resort destinations, the Grand Traverse Resort & Spa. Executive Chef Ted Cizma shares a recipe for Tiramisu. 2019 Cherry Festival is June 29th - July 6th
Never had a gooey delicious Canadian butter tart, well you’re missing out. If you love pecan pie then you’d probably enjoy these delectable flaky little tart shells filled with butter, syrup, sugar and eggs, and baked to perfection in the oven. Read on for a recipe.
The Evergreen Club is a membership only club for those 50 and older. A $75.00 annual membership fee will save you hundreds on your first trip. Members have access to hundreds of B & B homestay locations across the country for overnight lodging, with breakfast, for about $15.00 a night.
Deep in the heart of bluebonnet country, tucked into the beautiful foothills of the Texas Hill Country, you’ll find the lovely Murski Homestead B & B. With gardening season ahead here's a great recipe to try.
Just a few years ago viewers of ABC’s “Good Morning America” voted Michigan’s Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore the “Most Beautiful Place in America,” edging out such better-known spots as the Grand Tetons, Sedona, Newport, Cape Cod, Aspen, Ashville and Hawaii’s Lanikai Beach.
Taunia Elick’s love of moving, and restoring old homes destined for destruction has helped her turn her passion for saving old homes into some of the most authentic, lovely and historic, lodging found in the Texas foothills.
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