Aging Geriatric, Will Travel?

By Morgan Rogers

Don’t let her small, withered frame fool you, Dee is the baddest 85 year old to walk this planet. Her petit face is framed by short white hair, and her bright, restless green eyes scrutinize the faces of those hanging on to her every word. If you didn’t know any better you would think she was a woman at least two decades younger than she is – especially if you scanned through her recent passport pages.

Not Your Average… Festive Season in New York City

By Morgan Rogers

New York City has long been a festive favorite for visitors around the world – and it’s easy to see why. From the twinkling lights of Rockefeller Center, to the high flying kicks of the Rockettes, there are plenty of classic holiday experiences in the Big Apple. But what if you’re tired of visiting (often…

Bouldering With Babies?

By Morgan Rogers

Nearly every weekend throughout my teenage years you could find me on one of the amazing hikes near my tiny hometown that’s nestled in a discreet fold of the Blue Ridge Mountains. But above all, there was one that was my absolute favorite. Only safe to scramble up on a sunny, dry day, the Devil’s…

Mamas Do Let Your Babies Grow Up to be Cowboys

By Morgan Rogers

Waylon Jennings might be the Godfather of country music, but he certainly missed the mark by advising everyone not to let their children grow up to be one of the greatest hallmarks of Americana: the notorious cowboy. America is known for a couple things: our capitalistic overindulgence, having the best hamburgers in the world (fight…