10 Tips for a Stress-Free Road Trip with Kids
The family road trip. For many it's a means to an end, a necessary evil you must endure for the reward of a great family vacation. But it doesn't have to be that way. With over a decade of road trip experience, I've learned a few things - from keeping a change of clothes within easy access when traveling with an infant to how to settle the "she's looking out my window!" bickering that comes from too many hours of confinement.
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November 29, 2016
As the holidays approach, a sense of excitement begins to vibrate through the air. Decorations are pulled from storage with joyous anticipation of an evening spent trimming the tree while family-friendly movies play on the television. Whimsical displays fill the stores, and the sounds of Christmas songs carry in the still, cool air. Celebrations abound across the US to welcome the holiday season, but these five cities take holidays with kids to a new level of wonderment and magic.
October 17, 2016
One does not arrive in Lubbock, Texas by sheer happenstance. Located on the Southern end of the Great Plains and just below the Texas Panhandle, Lubbock isn't along any direct routes to major cities or destinations. In other words, if you're coming to Lubbock, Texas, you have a reason for being here. Make the most of that visit with a side-trip to a couple of Lubbock's unique museums.
July 13, 2016
Here's a fact that may surprise you: the residents of Fort Wayne, Indiana, pay more per capita for their library than residents of large cities like New York or Boston. What would become the Allen County Library was begun by the Fort Wayne Woman's Reading Club in 1895. I'm sure they never imagined their project, designed to put books in the hands of everyone, would draw people from across the US and Canada as they searched for their family history.
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