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Pull Over Post Cards – 2017 The Year In Review

2017 is quickly winding to an end and it's this time of year I'm reminded of a cheer we did at a cheerleading camp in high school (Yes, I was a cheerleader!). The leader would shout out, Attitude check! and we'd all reply, GREAT! As 2017 comes to a close, I've so much for which I'm grateful. Reflecting on the trips and the friendships I've enjoyed, so many…
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Things To Do in Huntsville, Alabama and Why I’m a Raving Fan

I traveled to Huntsville, Alabama to attend the TBEX North America Conference. Being my first major travel blogger convention, I journeyed there intending to meet fellow travel bloggers, learn as much as possible to optimize my site and make it beautiful, and maybe, just maybe, squeeze in a little sight-seeing along the way. I had no idea upon my arrival as I stood to wait for the hotel…
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Ivy Green – Home to America’s “First Lady of Courage” Helen Keller

“Wasn't she purdy?” Helen Keller Okay, maybe she said “pretty” but the docent’s Alabama drawl and obvious affection for Helen Keller was unmistakable. As I studied the portrait of the home's famous resident I was captivated by the story of the woman lovingly called America's First lady of Courage. Ivy Green in Tuscumbia, AlabamaIvy Green in Tuscumbia, Alabama is the family home of Helen…
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Five favorite travel discoveries of 2012

2012 was a pretty exciting year. I'd been a local travel writer for a while, but finally decided to branch out and write for myself. This opened an entirely new world of adventure and gives me new perspective when I travel. As I stated on my “about” page, “I may not make it to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa this year, but I'll still travel.” With a…
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Christmas shopping in the land of lost luggage

  Unclaimed Baggage Center in Scottsboro, Alabama The Unclaimed Baggage Center in Scottsboro, Alabama is where items left behind on planes, at airports or lost in transit go to find new homes.  It's also a Christmas shopping wonderland. I have to say this is the most unusual place I've ever gone Christmas shopping but since I was driving through Alabama it was a no-brainer.…
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