March 2022

Words & pictures by Deborah Loeb Bohren Canada’s Nova Scotia was a mystical place to me growing up. My parents often spoke of Peggy’s Cove and a hand colored photograph taken by my dad of a local fisherman hung proudly in our living room. It took me more decades than

By Everett Potter There’s a new luxury van on the market called the Jayco Terrain 19Y that is likely to give some serious competition to the current crop of vehicles created to pair rugged adventure with creature comforts. Jayco is owned by Thor Industries, which also owns Airstream. It’s been

By Everett Potter Three new hotels are about to debut in the Scottish capital city of Edinburgh, raising the stakes for luxury in a town that has no shortage of inventive places to stay. Gleneagles Townhouse, 100 Princes Street and W Edinburgh are raising the luxury level in the Scottish

By Everett Potter New York City’s cultural diversity is at the heart of the new season of Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi, a four-time Emmy Award-winning travel dance series. In the new series, Mallozzi, a professional dancer, and trained musician, explores the recovery of New York’s culturally diverse communities and

Now is the time to begin planning a summer getaway to Maine. Hoteliers across the state are already reporting earlier bookings this year, especially for the prime months of July and August. Whether you’re into visiting the fabled coastline, exploring the Western lakes and mountains, or spending time in the

By Everett Potter A stay in a classic seaside vacation cottage has long been part of a summer trip to Maine. Now there’s a revamped version of those old time cottage colonies called Salt Cottages that dispenses with knotty pine and dark interiors and instead brings a high design and a

By Everett Potter What’s the best way to explore Ireland, which is once again open to travelers? For those with a sense of adventure, seeing the country by bike or on foot with a specialized small group tour company is the way to go. St. Patrick’s Day is a timely

   Summertime in Provincetown will be here before you know it. Whether you’re coming solo, with your friends, or your true love,  start planning you getway early. Hotels are already beginning to fill up and people are booking longer stays. To welcome everybody, Provincetown’s hotels, restaurants and shops are opening

By Brian E. Clark Like a lot of small business owners, Harley Sitner was greatly concerned about his company’s survival in the early days of the pandemic.  But for Seattle-based Peace Vans – which rents VW buses and Mercedes vans for road trips in the Northwest – the Covid headwinds