Visit Washington’s Best Kept Secret this Spring

By Estrella Quiroz

Forty minutes beyond Seattle’s space needle (hidden between Washington and Vancouver)  lies one of America’s best kept secrets. The San Juan islands (not to be confused with the salsa loving San Juan of Puerto Rico) are most beautiful during the season of rebirth as flowers and natural wildlife make their comeback ready to make a…

Paws Up’s Newest Adult Only Playground!

By Estrella Quiroz

Welcome to The Green O, a sophisticated and intimate woodland hideaway resort in Montana designed for an adults only luxury adventure. Opening August 2020. Where adventure meets serenity Hidden under a canopy of sky-high pines in Montana lies the newest adults-only, luxury modern retreat open all year long. Unlike anything else in this world, The…

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.

Storybook Summers in the Southwest

By Estrella Quiroz

We’ve heard countless stories where heroes venture off into a journey filled with thrilling action and wild encounters across the unknown. But now the time has come to turn fantasy into reality with your own summer saga! Escape the mundane city night skies and explore our favorite national parks in the southwest where storybook moments are endless….

Sailing the Sinking Islands of San Blas

By Estrella Quiroz

Peaceful moments, picture perfect sunsets and stories waiting to be written can be found on the sinking islands of San Blas. So sail the seas, snorkel the reefs, chase stingrays, or simply lay at your leisure as millions of stars illuminate the night sky. We promise the fresh caught seafood will make up for the lack of cell phone service. But trust us, the islands won’t be waiting for long.