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Prince Edward Island “Canada’s Food Island”

Prince Edward Island Golden beaches, towering sand dunes, jagged red cliffs, vibrant fishing harbors, and rolling green farms make Prince Edward Island a photographer’s (and foodie’s) paradise. Rich in potatoes, blueberries, beef, and pork; abounding in lobster, mussels, and oysters; and brimming with passionately creative chefs, it’s only natural that...
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Lake Guntersville

Marshall County, Alabama Northern Alabama has been keeping a delightful secret at the southern end of the of the Appalachian Mountain’s foothills. It has been said that time spent at the lake restores the soul.   Rest assure that with 69,000 acres of smooth water, Lake Guntersville has more than enough...
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Yosemite Winter Hush

By Barbara L. Steinberg Yosemite National Park  In winter, a hush and holy stillness settles over Yosemite National Park. It is, by any standard, a most magical and enchanting time to visit. On peaceful walks, you can easily imagine John Muir’s first sighting of these granite domes and thundering waterfalls....
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Retreat to Northwest Montana’s city in the mountains.

Kalispell, Montana By Lori Warden  Among snow-capped mountains, two ski areas, miles of cross-country ski trails, and picturesque skating ponds, my family and I found our favorite winter retreat and I rediscovered Kalispell — a charming city in the mountains. I had made the trip to Northwest Montana in my...
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Hendersonville North Carolina

Hendersonville North Carolina Plan an escape that is merry and bright for the whole family… As the fall harvest season ends and the weather turns cooler, the fun heats up in the Hendersonville area. Hendersonville is located in the scenic beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and boasts mild weather...
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Quebec Canada

Quebec, Canada By Kathy Witt  “One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” -Travel memoirist Henry Miller Each year Quebec throws an enormous party with its Winter Carnival, one of the largest in the world. Headlined by the International Snow Sculpture Competition, this tradition-rich festival,...
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Louisiana

Louisiana Lafayette has the Cajun & Creole flavors you crave, along with the freshest in Louisiana Gulf seafood. New generations of chefs are putting an inventive spin on time-honored recipes using the freshest local ingredients, making it an incredible place to eat. Whether your table is set with a white...
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Milwaukee Wisconsin

Milwaukee Wisconsin Food has long contributed to the overall experience of a vacation, but now, more than ever, food has become the reason for travel. Culinary tourism has cities competing to provide the best, most local, and most unique food options to define one’s vacation. Although known for its fish...
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Greenbrier Valley West Virginia

Greenbrier Valley West Virginia Long before English settlers claimed the Greenbrier Valley, it was largely uninhabited by anything but flora and fauna. In the early 1700’s, western migration had not extended much beyond Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. The budding town of Lewisburg was little more than a western outpost along the...
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Greater Morgantown West Virginia

Greater Morgantown West Virginia Greater Morgantown is a foodies paradise, whether you’re a serious connoisseur or a chef yourself. Countless customs, traditions, and recipes passed down over generations are a vibrant part of the area’s daily life and make “Mountaineer Country” an epicenter of Appalachian culture. The region was an...
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