April 2012

By Amiee White Beazley With all of the hype surrounding the island of Mustique – its prince and princesses and celebrity visitors – I was afraid I was being set up for disappointment. Far from it. The West Indies island is as close to the definition of paradise one can

By Everett Potter Day One: Delicious Death and Agatha Christie When the phrase “Delicious Death” is mentioned by one of the docents at Greenway (above), Agatha Christie’s summer home in Devon, it has nothing to do with Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot solving a murder. Here in the sprawling mansion

In 1978, a reporter for the Coos County Democrat named Kim Nilsen had a zany idea, to create a long distance hiking trail through remote Coos County. About the size of Rhode Island, Coos County sits at the northernmost tip of New Hampshire, connecting the White Mountains with Quebec. One

The Wayfarers and Everett Potter’s Travel Report Team up for  The Wayfarers War Horse Giveaway   We’re thrilled to be giving away The Wayfarers War Horse Giveaway, a Weeklong Castle Stay with The Wayfarers. On this walk with the legendary English walking company, you’ll get to explore Devon, England at