How a Travel Writer Coped During Corona Time By Kurt Jacobson When I hit the trail to Denver in March, there were already concerns about the pandemic. My wife and I planned to travel to Colorado to join my brother and sister for my stepmom’s memorial in Loveland. Being a practical travel writer, I decided […]
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When Guinness Open Gate Brewery came to Baltimore, beer drinkers had a reason to cheer. Guinness Open Gate created over 200 good jobs and a beer palace as well.
By Kurt Jacobson Those who speed by Dover, Delaware on their way to the beaches lose out. Within the town of Dover and surrounding Kent County are several reasons to stop and explore. I had made that blunder on three previous occasions zipping past Dover. When I took the time to investigate, I found a […]
By Kurt Jacobson Leaving Seattle’s airport behind, my wife and I set off on a road trip through the Yakima Valley, Walla Walla, and back to see what’s new in the Northwest. I had lived in Washington during the 1980s and hadn’t driven our proposed route in years. I yearned to see what had changed. […]
By Kurt Jacobson Not far from Homer Alaska hides Ridgewood Wilderness Lodge near Kachemak Bay State Park, Alaska’s first state park. This sprawling outdoor paradise includes Kachemak Bay Wilderness Park, and at nearly 400,000 acres combined, offers untold adventures in the wild. With no roads to speak of, the only sensible way into the park […]