Squaw Valley, home of the 1960 Winter Olympics, is no more. Its new name is Palisades Tahoe, and it newly incorporates the adjoining ski/snowboard resort, which is no longer known as Alpine Meadows. The name change is the latest in a wave of rebranding of names which insult our Native American tribes, including renaming major sports teams.
Some of the best reasons to visit national parks are the chance to spot wildlife, including bison, elk, bear, moose, wolves, eagles, trumpeter swans and more. Plus, of course, hundreds of species of birds. With more than 400 national parks and preserves in the National Parks System, there’s plenty of opportunity.
The magical destination of Tahiti re-opened to international tourism on May 1, 2021. Here’s why you should put Tahiti on your bucket list, especially it’s most famous island, Bora Bora. It sparkles with its diverse marine life, rugged mountain landscapes thick with colorful flowers and deep green trees, and luxurious glass-floored bungalows that seem to float over pristine turquoise lagoons.
Coronavirus, political turmoil, blizzards and snowstorms that shut down airports in winter, hurricanes that shut down airports in summer and fall, computer outages, an injury or family emergency that prevents you from taking the trip you paid for. These are just some of the reasons to have travel insurance. There are many more. Travel insurance
The automobile was born on August 26, 1885. That is the day Gottlieb Daimler filed a patent for his ‘riding car’, the world’s first vehicle with an internal combustion engine. The world would never be the same, and 135 years later, engineers and designers are still tinkering with the size, power and performance of the
In celebration of the signing the Great American Outdoors Act, admission to national parks and public lands is FREE on August 5, 2020. In addition, August 4th is being designated as the “Great American Outdoors Day.” In future years, every August 4 will be a free entrance day to celebrate the signing of this landmark
The iconic Ford Bronco is returning after a quarter-century, as a part of Ford’s all-new outdoor lifestyle brand of 4×4 adventure SUVs. And it’s being introduced on national TV on July 13, across multiple networks, channels and streaming services. It’s the first time ever prime-time product reveal for Ford, and maybe for any automotive company.