Travel Tip of the Day: Travel Resources for Northeast Blizzard

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Travel Resources for Northeast Blizzard According to the National Weather Service, later today and tomorrow a major nor’easter is expected to bring heavy snow and blizzard conditions to the Northeast. That means if you’re traveling from any of the airports between Washington DC and Maine, then chances are your flight will be, or already has […]

What Sandy Took: A Personal View

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As the East Coast begins to take stock of the damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy, pictures or flooded cities and destroyed beach communities are pervasive. Some things that people have taken for granted for decades will never be the same: The New York subway system, the coastline in Atlantic city, and the iconic sea-side neighborhood […]

A Bredesen Outdoor Adventure by Highroad Cam

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Trails, woods, and nature have inspired many a human soul throughout our history…and will continue to do so.  In “Woods…lovely dark and deep” written by Frost, or in Emerson’s description of the universe as “composed of nature and the soul,” or in Thoreau’s “Walden” which embraces the simple living in natural surroundings, we are told […]