2018 Travel Schedule

  • Fredericksburg, TX | April 2-6


    Experience the bluebonnets, Indian paintbrushes, and red poppies with a spring visit to the Texas Hill Country in Fredericksburg! This authentic Texas-German community, just an hour’s drive northwest of San Antonio, is renowned for its upscale boutiques and art galleries, burgeoning wine industry, upscale lodging, lush wildflower landscape, world-class museums, and Hill Country cuisine.

  • Chattanooga, TN | April 30-May4


    Situated at the southeastern edge of Tennessee, Chattanooga derives the first part of its name from Muskogean word cvto /chắtȯ/, the latter part, nuga, is a regional suffix meaning dwelling. Chattanooga, with its scenic backdrop of Lookout Mountain (link here) and Walden’s Ridge (link here).  But, over the next two decades a concentrated revitalization effort occurred throughout Chattanooga, leading to districts like Bluff View Art District (link here) and the Riverfront District becoming prime locations to see just how much the city has changed its image from the once decadent to a vibrant cultivation for all native Chattanoogans and travelers alike to see.

    Attractions such as the Tennessee Aquarium (link here), a major waterfront initiative to spur neighborhood development, and the historic Walnut Street Bridge (link here) which was used during the running portion of the Ironman World Championships (link here) in 2017, are must see whenever visiting Chattanooga.

    Outdoor activities have grown over the past decade: Chattanooga Segway & Bike Tours (link here) having guided tours of downtown Chattanooga, hiking the Little Cedar Mountain Trail (link here), and Canoe Kayak Chattanooga (link here) providing kayaking on the Tennessee River, with all these showcasing the beautiful lush greens of the Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians.

    Some cultural dining offers include Acropolis (link here), a Mediterranean styled cuisine fused with southern classics like shrimp and grits, and Black Inn Café (link here) offering seasonal upscale southern cuisine right in the Bluff View Art District.

    If history is your interest then the site of the Battle of Chickamauga (link here), which:

    ” …sealed the fate of the Confederacy.” – Confederate Lt. General D.H. Hill

    Is more than enough exposure to the tumultuous time of the Civil War for Chattanooga and the whole of southeastern Tennessee.

    The Terminal Station (link here) at the Chattanooga Choo Choo is a classic Chattanooga relaxing retreat for all visitors of southeastern Tennessee.

  • Door County, WI | June 24-28


    This is perhaps the most splendid time of year to experience Door County – you’ll find over 300 miles of shoreline jetting out into Lake Michigan and Green Bay dotted by charming communities with big personalities (picture…Egg Harbor, Sister Bay, Fish Creek). Enjoy epic sunsets glowing through your camera lens and a Midwestern friendliness reminiscent of days gone by. Here’s a glance at the itinerary:
  • Kayak along limestone bluffs and through protected estuaries
  • Hike through Whitefish Dunes State Park and bike the Sunset Trail
  • Step back in time as you visit one of the county’s 11 lighthouses
  • Tour the peninsula by trolley and learn about the area’s maritime history
  • Sample locally made cheese, wines, beer, and spirits
  • Peruse art galleries then create some art of your own

Additional destinations will be added as they’re scheduled.


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