The pandemic has changed our lives -- and our travel plans. But this fall, we want to focus on what we can do. Our annual guide has 20 ideas for a 2020 fall getaway
Because of COVID, plus the desire to get outside safely with your own bathroom and kitchen, many Americans are turning to RVing
This fall, with many schools, starting with remote learning and parents working from home, there is an unprecedented opportunity for a family road trip
We experienced the mask issue firsthand on our 2,850-mile road trip from Colorado to Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, social distancing as much as possible
Eileen has been interviewed frequently on the morning news of Fox31 Denver and Colorado2 News regarding travel during the pandemic this summer.
The big difference this pandemic summer: Families wearing masks when they are near other people or inside shops. Clerks and restaurant servers are wearing masks too.
Certainly, there is a lot to feel anxious about this summer whether you are at home or traveling with spikes in COVID-19 cases in many states. Locals in Wyoming, like elsewhere, say they are nervous seeing so many out of state license plates
So far this summer, the east side of the park remains closed due to heavy winter snows—we could only go as far as Avalanche, where we went hiking to Avalanche Lake, about a two miles each way with a gradual gain of about 500 feet in elevation.
Long distance car transportation is usually expensive (averaging more than $1000 per trip!) and may also take several weeks to schedule and transport. Here is a new alternative.
If you haven’t had a chance to unplug and get the kids outdoors this summer…the time is now!