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Aloha from the lush tropical islands of Hawaii! Hawaii is the only U.S. state that I have ever traveled to that feels nothing like I am in the United States. The second you land on the islands, you immediately feel transported to a faraway tropical sanctuary filled with fresh fruit growing everywhere, people welcoming you [...]

West Virginia


Full of winding mountain roads and history that dates back to the 19thcentury, West Virginia is a great Appalachian Mountain state. It is one of the most natural scenic states in the United States covered in trees, mountains, and valleys. Countless state parks and trails call to the nature-lover and hiking expert. Some parks offer [...]



Mountains, mountains, and more mountains; Virginia inhabits the remarkable and stunningly preserved Shenandoah National Park. Known for its famous Skyline Drive that runs through the park, this 105-mile road takes you through the Appalachian Mountains with some of the most jaw dropping views and freshest mountain air you will ever breathe. The pull-off signs guide [...]

North Carolina


From the beaches to the mountains, North Carolina is filled with nature of all types and has plenty of adventures for every traveler. Home to the Great Smoky Mountains, there is spectacular hiking, rafting, and fishing around this well-known mountain range. Asheville, North Carolina is a cool eclectic city in the middle of it all. [...]

South Carolina


South Carolina is the state of options; Myrtle Beach for families, Charleston for classic southern history, Hilton Head for golfing, and everything else in between. South Carolina has a more historical feel in general because there were so many major historical events that took place there such as English settlers colonizing in South Carolina and [...]



Florida is the only state that I have been to so many of its cities and loved every single one of them. The Keys, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Bradenton, Jacksonville, Orlando, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Amelia Island, Destin, Long Boat Key; I’ve adored them all and keep going back as much as I can. Does that [...]



Hills, wetlands, and farms occupy most of Illinois, but who cares about all that when they have CHICAGO! Known as the “Windy City,” Chicago is one of my favorite cities for many reasons; incredible food, plenty of things to do, and of course the shopping. The Skydeck at Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), lunch at [...]



Known for its “Twin Cities,” Minnesota is home to Minneapolis and St. Paul. Minneapolis is a hub for a lot of tradeshows, connecting flights, and company headquarters. This city also offers great food and plenty of lakes and parks. One of the most popular parks in Minneapolis is the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, which is known [...]



Sweet, Sweet Georgia peaches calling my name. The true Southern hospitality attitude, big Georgia pine trees, pecan pie made from a recipe that has been handed down through 3 generations, sweet tea with more sugar than there is tea, and the warm Georgia sun. Those are just some of the things I think of when [...]

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