Experiencing Havana and Trinidad With My Mother By Kate Hartshorne Time has a way of slipping by unnoticed. For me, it wasn’t until my mom and I talked about our various travels that I realized that she and I had never spent even one night alone just the two of us, away from home. I […]
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Honeymoon in Vinales Cuba: Exploring beauty and romance in a crumbling Paradise By Kate Hartshorne People do many different things for their honeymoons. The possibilities are endless if you have some creativity, a few bucks, and the desire to do something interesting. My husband Jon and I both know that while lying around at an […]
A Family Road Trip to Great Smoky Park in Eastern Tennessee By Kate Hartshorne This summer we took the longest road trip I’ve taken in many years, certainly since my motherhood journey began. We began with a long drive down to Florida from our home in Massachusetts, to drop my kids off with their dad […]
The Wilburton Inn, Manchester, Vermont A family of innkeepers extend a cozy welcome to all By Kate Hartshorne “In this age of social media, innkeeping is a rare and intimate experience” says Melissa Levis, one of the four sibling owners and operators of the Wilburton Inn, a converted mansion turned hotel in the heart of […]
Family Fishing in NH: Casting Our Lines in the Mount Washington Valley By Kate Hartshorne Fishing has never been high on my list of priorities when I travel. In fact, I have never really understood the appeal of standing by and waiting for hours, casting and recasting, awaiting the perfect fish. My husband, on the […]
Family Adventures in Puerto Rico By Kate Hartshorne Senior Writer I am sad to say that I had to return from Puerto Rico two days ago, leaving one of the best vacations I’ve had in a long time. We had eight glorious days in this tropical paradise, each day trumping the previous with the array […]
Block Island: A Tiny, Charming and Delightful Summer Destination By Kate Hartshorne I just got back from a three-day jaunt over to Block Island, a three by seven-mile stretch of paradise just 12 miles off the coast of Rhode Island. Block Island was deemed by the Nature Conservancy as “one of the twelve last great […]
Kate Hartshorne and her family visit New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Valley and enjoy a cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee and many other attractions.
Kate Hartshorne takes a cruise from New Jersey to Bermuda with her kids, avoiding the hassles of schlepping luggage through airports and passing through airport security.
Experiencing Wellfleet in Early Spring By Kathryn Abbott and Kate Hartshorne Busy working mothers don’t often get the chance to find relaxation close to home. So when the opportunity struck for this mother, daughter, and three-month-old granddaughter to take a three-day vacation in early April, our options were limited. Where could two moms go to […]
By Kate Hartshorne Nestled into seven miles of white sandy beach, Old Orchard Beach, Maine, and its surrounding community is the perfect place for a family vacation. This long strip of heaven is ideal for swimming, sandcastles, or digging for clams. Having frequented this part of Maine often with my parents when I was a […]