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Living the Tour Director Life—With Patti Olson

              “Patti has more energy than I ever had.  She loves to travel (especially Alaska where she used to live). She is always excited to help people have the best vacation possible.” ~Bob Neff, Jr. Where’s your hometown? I was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, but I left […]

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33 Verses for the Traveler—When Faith Leaves Footsteps

I trust these meditation and scripture readings will speak to you and help start your day on the right foot. Always be grateful for strength for the day knowing that God is working behind the scenes in a thousand different ways for your good and His glory.  Remember to refresh the spirit of those around […]

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Slow Down, Time, and Give Me Some Slow Travel

When is enough enough? I’m talking about travel, by the way. We travel away from the comfort of our homes for a change of scenery, a different pace of life, a new perspective. We explore, discover new places, refresh our minds, or maybe even, return to a familiar place where we feel “at home.” How […]

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Oak Alley Plantation: If These Old Oaks Could Talk…

Which came first, the house or the oak trees? That’s a persistent question at Oak Alley Plantation in Vacherie, Louisiana. Built in the early 1800s and listed as a Designated National Land Mark, this sprawling four square Greek Revival antebellum mansion sits along the winding west bank of the Mississippi River. The answer, according to the Oak […]

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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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