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Articles in April Blackburn, Mandy Cowley, Kirsten Raby, Turn the Page, Get Out of Town, May Guides and Amelia Laprairie

Santa Fe, New Mexico

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Originally founded in 1610 as the capital of Nuevo Mexico, Santa Fe, which means ‘holy faith’ in Spanish, lies in the foothills of Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The city holds the distinction of being the oldest state capital in the country. You’ll nev... Read full article

Vista Verde Ranch in Steamboat Springs, Colorado

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This lovely piece of heaven on Earth started out as a hay and cattle operation during the early 20th century, and was dubbed “Vista Verde” in the 1930s by the owner’s sister, a Spanish teacher from Grand Junction. The property became a dedicated dude... Read full article

Plymouth, Massachusetts

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Arkansas State Parks

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Travel: The Park at OWA

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My family and I were recently invited to Foley, AL to visit The Park at OWA for the weekend. We decided to take advantage of the fun weekend getaway, especially since it’s only a 3.5 hour drive from Baton Rouge, LA. ... Read full article



Beaumont, Texas

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The great state of Texas has a huge round-up of top-notch towns where you’ll experience a stampede of different activities to fill your day. Set your sights during this trip on Southeast Texas and head to Beaumont, located 85 miles east of Houston on... Read full article

New Orleans, Louisiana

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LEGOLAND

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Everything is awesome at LEGOLAND, and now your LEGO lovers will get to really experience what being a part of LEGO world is all about. This one-of-a-kind resort offers great accommodations and quick access to the LEGOLAND theme park.... Read full article

Moms Can, Too

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Pageants don’t just have to be for tweens and teens, moms can do them, too! And no one knows that better than Brittany Lorio, the Executive Director of the Pelican Organization and the 2019 Teen, Ms., and Mrs. Pelican State Pageant.... Read full article

Louisville, Kentucky

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Most people know Louisville as the home of the Kentucky Derby, but there’s a lot more to this city of 750,000 residents than the yearly Run for the Roses. Founded in 1798 and named for King Louis XVI of France, the Derby City has the world’s largest ... Read full article

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