Monthly Archives: September 2014

Gateway To The West

The Cardinals are headed to the play offs, and on Monday, October 6th they’ll return to St. Louis to finish off the Dodgers. You can’t take your dog to the play off games, but for those of you wondering if … Continue reading

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The City Beautiful

In 1990, I was a Walt Disney World College Program participant. At that time, I was in Orlando without a car and living on Disney property in Lake Buena Vista as a college intern. I mostly just went to work, … Continue reading

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Surf’s Up

Believe it or not prior to February 2014, I’d only been paddling a couple of times. Yes, I know it’s ridiculous that I was born and raised in Arkansas, lived in the Ozarks for 25 years, and not done more … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Coast

A week in this area of the country can really change your perspective. From swampland to sandy beaches and hometown hole in the wall bars to historic district shopping, there’s no reason this coast should be ‘forgotten.’ And for the … Continue reading

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The Hill

Welcome to The Hill. You won’t see it on signs, but you’ll see it on t-shirts, and hear it referenced. The Hill is home to the University of Arkansas and the (not so) mighty Razorbacks. The Hill is Fayetteville, Arkansas. … Continue reading

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