Adventure

By Everett Potter If you’ve been daydreaming about a road trip in a RV this summer, you’re not alone. I recently tackled the subject in an article for Forbes article called Will 2020 Be The Year of RV Travel? The conclusion, I believe, is a resounding “yes.” RV’s offer a self-contained

  Story and photos by Julie Snyder  “Keep an eye out for Bigfoot,” said my husband, Joe, as Van Go rolled through the lush old-growth forest in Mount Rainier National Park. We spent three days exploring southwestern Washington’s Sasquatch Country, but the fabled large, hairy creature played hard to get.   At least the living version. Shortly after exiting Interstate 5 at Woodland in favor of

  By Julie Snyder So what’s a couple to do when their thirtieth-anniversary travel adventure—a Transatlantic cruise on the Queen Mary 2 and two weeks in Italy—is derailed by a global pandemic? Buy a camper, of course. If we couldn’t comfortably travel to distant destinations, then we’d explore close to

by Everett Potter This is not only the summer of domestic travel and the summer of the road trip. It’s also shaping up to be the summer to visit America’s national parks, according to Xanterra Travel Collection and Aramark, two companies that operate facilities in some of the parks Lodges,

Photos by Deborah Loeb Bohren                       Deborah Loeb Bohren is a fine art and travel photographer. Photography has been Deb’s passion since her father put a camera in her hand when she was only five years old. Today she combines that

By Everett Potter In the tumultuous world of American outdoor retailers, it’s refreshing to report on a family business success story. Orvis, the oldest mail-order business in the country and a trusted source for fly fishing gear, travel goods, and sportswear today announced that a third-generation family member, Simon Perkins,

By Everett Potter As the travel world slowly emerges from quarantine, adventure travel companies are getting creative as they lure travelers back.  Getting outdoors and staying outdoors is what these companies are focusing on for the sake of social distancing. The focus is on trips based in North America. With

By Larry Olmsted The National Park Service (NPS) is slowly reopening parks nationwide, but at least in the short term, some concessions and facilities will remain closed and it won’t exactly be business as usual. At this time, you should check any park’s individual website for details of what is

By Larry Olmsted Forget about crowds or spring breakers. Even when travel returns to “normal” after the current pandemic, there will be an emphasis on low-density destinations, the great outdoors, and close-knit time with friends and family, and this kind of trip addresses all of those. “This is the Caribbean

By Everett Potter In the midst of incessant coronavirus coverage, it’s easy to forget other, pressing concerns in the world at large. Global warming is certainly one. Wildlife conservation is another. So it seems timely indeed that British wildlife photographer Graeme Green has stepped forward with a new initiative called