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Meet Frances Drost

Frances Drost – 2019 BNT Tour Preview Featured Entertainer Byline: Karen Leslie “I understand that music is a powerful, God-given tool which touches people and I greatly enjoy using my gifts to minister to listening hearts.” “Frances Drost is a concert artist and inspirational speaker who began her own company, “Musical Creations” as a way […]

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Cheyenne Frontier Days Western Celebration Still “Wow’s”

Cheyenne Frontier Days Byline: Karen Leslie Where else can you watch the “Daddy of ‘em All” rodeo and choose from over 100,000 free flapjacks? Cheyenne Frontier Days, the U.S.’s most renowned rodeo, is filled with challenging, breath-stuck-in-your-throat true grit competitions where over 1,800 cowboys and cowgirls and 2,000 “animal athletes” show the rest of us […]

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The Hills Are Alive With Music – Visit the Trapp Family Lodge

Byline: Karen Leslie A Trip Down the von Trapp Family Lane The Sound of Music, based on the true story of Maria von Trapp, happens to be one of my favorite movies with its memorable lines: “High on a hill was a lonely goat herd…” “How do you solve a problem like Maria? How do […]

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Visit New England Lighthouses

Byline: Karen Leslie Lighthouses are both beacons of warning and welcome. We’ve a long history of exploring the waters by boat. At some point, we must make our way back to the land. Lighthouses are set upon a mound of rocks, a high point on land along the coastline, on flat sandy shores, a harbor […]

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Beautiful field of red and variegated tulips.

Tulip Time Festivals in America

Byline: Karen Leslie Travelers still obsess over the tulip with its colorful cup-shaped, six star-petals, flocking annually to tulip festivals in Holland, Michigan, Pella, Iowa, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In May 2018, BNT will travel to “The Tulip Festival” on the “Tractors and Tulips” tour in Pella, Iowa. Along the way, the coach bus will […]

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Returning to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone

Last fall, I traveled to Wyoming after a fifteen year absence. As I deplaned in Jackson Hole, I was delighted again to descend the rolling steps onto the tarmac. Distracted by the thought of returning to this Western town and fighting an icy wind, I forgot to look up. When I rounded the nose of the plane, I stopped still in my tracks.They greeted me in panorama: those Grand Tetons.  I stepped aside to allow the other travelers inside, hesitant to hurry the moment. I’d come here to be outside, to write, to be still, so I stood for a moment to honor the mountains with silence. They returned the gesture by…

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When Visiting Hawaii, You Should Know A Few Things

When Visiting Hawaii, Bring Your Aloha Spirit… In Hawaii, “Aloha” means “hello” and “goodbye,” right? Not exactly. Often mistaken as a greeting, calling out “aloha” is a blessing of sorts, meaning “Love, Peace, and Compassion.” Its literal meaning is “the presence of breath” or “breath of life,” and signifies a way of living in harmony. In […]

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The Ark Encounter

According to the Bible, Noah, his family, and every animal species inhabited 300 cubits of Ark, with a width at 50 cubits and height at 30 cubits. So, what exactly is a cubit?

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