Batter up! It’s Time for Real Baseball — Minor League Style By Beth D’Addono When was the last time you felt warm and fuzzy about baseball at a major league ballpark? Between high ticket prices, overpriced hot dogs and too many players who act like spoiled misbehaved brats, it’s easy to be disenchanted with the […]
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By Shelley Seale Shadow had a boyfriend, and she clearly missed him. I had felt a little guilty pulling her away from him as we set off down the trail; she kept turning her head back to look for him. Now we had stopped halfway through the ride to rest, and take in the incredible […]
Climbing 3,000 meter Bella Tolla in Val D’Anniviers, Switzerland with Kids By Steven Bochenek Two distressed women were hollering frantically, waving their arms in a T, the universal sign of distress. Though 500 meters away, their voices carried clearly up the cwm: “EEehh!” Were they yelling aide, the French for help? Neil and I left […]
Kate Hartshorne and her family visit New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Valley and enjoy a cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee and many other attractions.
By Stephen Hartshorne GoNOMAD Associate Editor What makes the perfect family vacation? It depends on the family, of course — the ages of the kids and the kind of activities they like. Relaxation is important, but so is exploration and discovery. And what if kids and parents have different interests? Finding the Overlap In her […]
A Family Amazon Trip to Peru’s Manu National Park By Michael Space ‘Whump! Thwack, thwack, thwack, thwack!’ I was half undressed in the tiny bathroom when I heard the crash onto the shower stall floor. A long black tail whipped furiously from beneath the shower curtain. The snake was big. “Oh, crap,” I whispered. I […]
By Tim Leffel What is lying just down the road from where you live? What unexplored places are just a few gallons of gas away but you’ve never set foot in them? For me, the main one has been Huntsville, Alabama, a nearby enigma on my personal map. It’s my daughter’s spring break, though, and […]
Portovenere, by the Ligurian Sea, a Perfect Family Destination By Alexandra Regan “I love Italy!” announced our nine-year-old son on our first full day in Portovenere. Although he was the first to say it, we were all charmed by this seaside village on the Ligurian Coast. It had been rainy off and on all morning, […]