Shenandoah and Monticello, Virginia

The Appalachian Mountains are not short of beautiful vistas, and the same is true of Shenandoah National Park. Fall brings a special glow to the mountains and a sunny day makes for a perfect drive along Skyline Drive. Nearby, the University of Virginia and Monticello, both institutions associated with Thomas Jefferson, are worth a visit.

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Make Love, Not War – Woodstock, New York

Just as true today as it was in the the 60s, we need more love and less violence…. Last fall, I got the chance to take a step back in time and visit the famed Woodstock music festival site in Bethel Woods, New York. Not only was this a must-take music fan trip, but a great history lesson.

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A Boo-tiful Reunion in Massachusetts

Mid-October, our RV trip brought us to Massachusetts, where we visited one of my besties from college and took a quick trip across the water to Martha’s Vineyard.

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