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  • Would you sell your home to live the life of a modern day nomad?

    Many people dream of downsizing and taking to the road in retirement, but having the guts to do it is quite another matter.  Meet Paul Kortman, founder of nomadtogether.com, a community of location independent families. He and his wife and four children are "homeless" and loving every minute of it.  Hear his story and how boomers can take a page from his book and live a simplified yet rich and fulfilling life through perpetual travel and cultural experiences.

  • The Hermitage – Nashville, TN

    Traveling east from Nashville, a dozen or so easy miles, the Hermitage manor lies hidden down a long cedar-lined drive. We’ve seen the highway signs for this historic site and heard tales of its splendor, but I never understood the true import of the place until recently.

  • Pioneer Playhouse – Danville, Kentucky

    This is our summer for short regional trips. And we’ve found some delightful places quite close to home that are worthy of a visit.

  • John C. Campbell Folk School: Brasstown, NC

    For the past 90 years the John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, NC has been teaching the lost art of folk crafts in the picturesque mountains of western North Carolina. If you can make it by hand, you can make it here!

  • Show Fever!

    The producers of RV and Boat Shows are clever. Very clever indeed. They schedule the big consumer shows in the dead of winter when us outdoorsy types are deep in throes of cabin fever, itching to play in the sunshine with our motor toys.

  • I Love Lucy – Jamestown, NY

    We recently spent the day in Jamestown, NY - the hometown of Lucille Ball. Our visit happened to be on Lucy’s birthday weekend, which is also the date for the annual Lucille Ball Comedy Festival.

  • Panama City Beach, Florida

    Ready to escape the winter blues? A visit to Florida’s Panhandle is worth the trip!

  • Fallingwater: Mill Run, Pennsylvania

    Our membership to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy was a great excuse for a road trip to Mill Run, Pennsylvania to see the famous Frank Lloyd Wright home, Fallingwater.

  • Lake George, New York

    There’s nothing better than spending some time in the Adirondack Mountains at the height of the summer season!

  • Jellystone Park Camp-Resort at Mammoth Cave

    Its Memorial Day weekend and we’ve traveled a couple of notches south to vacation near Mammoth Cave National Park in Cave City, KY. The national park offers only primitive campsites (which means no electric service) so we are staying a few miles down the road at an RV resort. In this part of the country, the term “RV Resort” is loosely applied and commonly means a giant family playground with lots of places to plug in a trailer.

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