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  • The Last Best Place

    After a six and a half hour drive from Jackson, through Idaho and into western Montana, we were happy to arrive at The Resort at Paws Up in Greenough. Passing through the magnificent gates with the words,...

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  • We Found the Bison!

    The next day, after an amazing breakfast consisting of homemade quiche with asiago, spinach, kale, mushroom and onion all locally sourced, we headed out early to drive to a spot that Bob told us we might be...

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  • Peace and Solitude at the Bentwood Inn

    Eager to start our first full day in Grand Teton National Park, we headed to Jenny Lake and took a short 5 minute boat trip across the lake to get to the Hidden Falls and Inspiration Point...

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  • Is Jackson Hole the Last of the Old West?

    Although we were sad to leave Park City after having such a short time there, I was excited to get to Jackson Hole and see the magnificent Grant Teton mountain range. Wyoming and Montana are two places...

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  • Luxury At One of the Best Ski Resorts in the Country

    After three amazing days in Moab, it was time to head to Park City. Another stunning drive through mountain ranges – I think I’m going to spend most of this trip just gaping at everything. While I’m...

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  • Find Your Dream Inn in Moab

    Moab is a cool, little southwestern town populated with locals and tourists looking for their next outdoor adventure. Moab doesn’t offer quite the amount of dining options and shopping that Sedona does, but I actually found it...

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  • Is Moab the Next Best Thing to Sedona?

    “I may have found the next best thing to Sedona,” is what I thought the moment I drove into Moab, Utah. For those of you who know me well and my love affair with Sedona, you know...

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  • Denver to Vail: Experience Antlers at Vail…Your Home Away From Home

    I awoke to a beautiful, sunny 80 degree day in Denver, picked up our Nissan X-terra which will be our traveling vehicle for the next two months and headed into LoDo – for those of you not...

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  • Eat, Sleep, Play, Thrive…in the Western US – 60 Days of Finding the Best Farm-to-Table Restaurants, Ecofriendly Hotels and Outdoor Adventure

    And we’re off! 60 days on a whirlwind tour of the western US’ best luxury, ecofriendly properties and farm-to-table restaurants. As many of you know, my other passion aside from educating people on natural health alternatives, is...

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  • Outdoor Adventure, Gourmet Meals and Romantic Ecofriendly Inns in Down East Maine

    When thinking of which states in our country would be the most environmentally friendly, there are certainly a few which immediately come to mind, Maine being one of them. But did you know just how important ecofriendly...

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  • Wentworth by the Sea…The Last of the Grand Dame Hotels

    What is that quaint, little portside town with the glistening steeples and lovely, historic homes and architecture? This is a question I would ask myself so many times as we crossed the Piscataqua River on our way...

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  • A Quintessential New England Ecofriendly Resort: The Nonantum Resort

    Quintessential New England… that was my first thought as I drove through the picturesque, winding, maple and oak tree-lined roads into Kennebunkport. Passing by quaint little shops, luxurious hotels and charming inns, enticing restaurants and the coolest...

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  • Luxury Comes Naturally at the Inn by the Sea in Maine

    With a tagline like “Luxury comes Naturally,” you can be sure I was looking forward to my stay at the Inn by the Sea in Crescent Beach, Maine. So often when we hear the terms “ecofriendly” or...

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