August 2014

In less than two months, the  Adventure Travel World Summit 2014 kicks off in Killarney, Ireland. The country has exploded with adventure travel opportunities and one of the best of the newer companies is Vagabond Ireland, which offers a great way to get out and sea kayak, hike, bike and

  Nothing inspires foodie passion quite like pizza, one of the world’s most popular yet varied dishes. But because different people have different tastes and emphatic preferences in crusts, cheeses, toppings, shapes and even cooking fuel sources, there can be no such thing as the “best pizza.” But pizzerias are

Story & Photos by Monique Burns For years, I longed to see Scotland.  As a child, I lived for those moments when my sister and I put away our paper dolls and jacks, and my mother drew us into a close warm circle to regale us with tales of her

By Shari Hartford There’s a sleepy little town in Vermont called Shelburne. Located six hours from New York City, two hours from Montreal, seven miles south of Burlington and on the shores of Lake Champlain, Shelburne has much to offer and yet has managed to stay off much of the

  “Towards you, towards you, pull it towards you,” my father yells to my mom, referring to the tiller that sits on her lap. We’re aboard my dad’s 22-foot Catalina, sailing at a good 10-knot clip across the cobalt waters of Lake George on our way back to his dock.

  By Christopher Solomon   In Argentina, a country lousy with world-class trout rivers, the Rio Limay may be the most remarkable. It’s been called the most mysterious. Much of the 240-mile river is very good fishing. But the stretch known as the Limay Medio (the Middle Limay), with its