Families, it seems, think camping can be the antidote they seek — and a way to get out of town safely, according to a new COVID-19 edition of the North American Camping Report, sponsored by Kampgrounds of America.
What’s a family to do? If families get away at all, they are likely to drive and stay closer to home, suggests Roger Dow, president and CEO of the U.S. Travel Association
We’re talking about the havoc the COVID-19 Pandemic has wreaked on in lives. That includes, of course, any travel plans we might have had for this summer.
I’ve met moms and daughters traveling together around the world — on cruise ships and at spa resorts, all-inclusive Mexican resorts and adventure resorts, on food tours and at cooking classes, touring exotic cities, on hiking and ski trips, often when I was traveling with one or both of my daughters.
A Q&A with Dr. David Schonfeld, expert on children's mental health issues, on coping with fear and disappointment during the pandemic
Happy Mother’s Day! If there ever was a time to thank moms for all they do it’s this year, as we celebrate the strangest Mother’s Day ever
Isn’t this the best possible gift for the young ones! Grandparents today are healthy, active and available. Combining their stories and their unconditional love with the young children’s curiosity connects the kids with their past and their roots
As we head into summer and as states slowly reopen during the pandemic, that is the question every family is asking. Is it safe to go on vacation, or even a short road trip?
Nearly a year later, stuck at home, trips canceled in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, I smile thinking about that stellar day and the rest of last summer’s trip to Alaska
They called the area the Great Sand Wastes, but even those who believed in the project could never have imagined what Golden Gate Park would become