This week Gaylene talks about BRANSON, Missouri and interviews guest, Lynn Berry, Communications Director for Branson CVB. Mindie discusses to KAYAKING TRAILS ON on the Delmarva Peninsula - flatwater kayaking and also a little bit about STONINGTON, MAINE, the largest archipelago on the North American East Coast.
This week Gaylene talks about Canon Beach, Manzanita and Yachats on the Oregon Coast. Mindie talks about Assateague National Seashore in Maryland and Virginia, the Trimper Carousel in Ocean City, Maryland. This week's guest is travel writer, Janna Graber who talks about her two new travel anthologies, "Chance Encounters" and "Adventures of a Lifetime." Also reviews on ... Eagle Creek Packing Cubes, and neck wallets.
Photo of Cannon Beach By Postdlf, CC-BY-SA-3.0 Wikimedia commons
Minde talks about the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Delaware and Virginia (also known as Delmarva Peninsula) and talks kayaking, mansions, dining, beaches, historic towns and 73 museums. Gaylene tells about the annual Nebraska Junkjaunt that covers 300 miles of registered vendors selling all kinds of great used wares along Nebraskas most beautiful scenic byways. Guest, Cheryl Lewis, who is Town Manager of Oxford, Maryland tells about the unique opportunities for visitors to her historic Eastern Shore town.
Gaylene talks about Rocky Mountain National Park's 100th birthday, Mindie talks about camping in Maine's remote north woods in a small town called Seboomook on the north shore of Moosehead Lake. Gaylene tells about the Sisters on the Fly travel group and Mindie gives some unusual tips for using selfie-sticks. Both Mindie and Gaylene review three books that compelled them to travel - Susan Branch's A Fine Romance, Frances Mayes' Under the Tuscan Sun and Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat, Pray, Love.