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Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Set to Alter Florida Keys

Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Set to Alter Florida Keys

A potential spring release of genetically modified mosquitos (GMMs) may alter the ecosystems and environment of the Florida Keys. It concerns me as a local, but you may also want to know as a visiting tourist too. The more I travel, the more I learn to love and appreciate our planet. The many miracles of […]

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Three Adventures I Want to Experience Right Now

The lack of recent travel coupled with the dim prospect of future exotic adventures can depress or discourage any avid traveler. And as I review the 20 adventures on my list for the 2020s, not much as changed on my wish list, but it certainly looks like many of such adventures will need to wait. […]

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What is it Like Attending a NFL Game in 2020?

What is it Like Attending a NFL Game in 2020?

I decided to attend the Miami Dolphins game this past weekend, a week 4 matchup in the 2020 NFL season. Admittedly, my interest is high because Russel Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks came to town – if you don’t know I am a fan of the now 4-0 Seahawks.  However, this is not a referendum […]

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the 6th Annual Bucket List Dedication

the 6th Annual Bucket List Dedication

It may a little late into 2019 when discussing a new year’s bucket list dedication, but with a mission with to keep the memory of one of our friends, Anita Mac, alive and the opportunity to continue to raise awareness on what took her away from us, there is never a bad time. And well, […]

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the 5th Annual Bucket List Dedication Post

the 5th Annual Bucket List Dedication Post

For the fifth time, I am collaborating with my friends on a bucket list travel post and although I don’t have an “official” bucket list, there are plenty of travel adventures and destinations I plan to visit and appreciate in my lifetime. And now each year I list one, an item that is on my […]

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10 First Impressions, 8 Travel Tips from 7 hours in Santiago de Cuba

10 First Impressions, 8 Travel Tips from 7 hours in Santiago de Cuba

Let’s play word association. Ready, “Cuba” Ok, what came to mind? Now how about if I said “Santiago de Cuba?”  Wait, where?  I suspect many of you thought of rum, cigars, coffee, classic cars and Castro when playing word association. But when I said Santiago de Cuba? Do you even know the name of a […]

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The 2017 #Bucketlist Dedication Post

The 2017 #Bucketlist Dedication Post

For the fourth time, I am collaborating with my friends on a #bucketlist travel post and although I don’t have an official bucket list, there are plenty of travel experiences and destinations I plan to appreciate in my lifetime. And now each year I list one, an item that is on my mind and list […]

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No Longer An Unfathomable Sunset at Sea

No Longer An Unfathomable Sunset at Sea

Can you fathom a different type of sunset at sea? Well, can you? Where do your thoughts take you?  Maybe to new, gigantic cruise ship sunset? How about to a sailboat sunset from the Greek Islands? Maybe it drifted to a special formula or method developed to witness the allusive green flash sunset at sea? […]

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