ShareWe have another great adventure in the books. In mid-April I led a group of ladies throughout Louisville, Kentucky for a weekend of seeing the highlights around town. Bourbon tasting, tours of the Kentucky Derby and Louisville Slugger museums, candy and chocolate shops, derby hat shopping and wonderful meals. Every trip is exhausting and exhilarating
ShareAfter losing a loved one, it can be hard to find the time, money and initiative to travel. Local author Brenda Lee Sieglitz will provide sample itineraries and contact information for various travel organizations. Space is limited. To register, call (717) 391-2413 or (800) 924-7610 by September 11. For more information, click here.
ShareCurrent Solo Travel Trends and Statistics 51% of our survey respondents stated that they would be traveling solo on their next vacation. 80% of solo travelers come from Germany, followed by the UK at 69% and then Canada at 67%* 17% will try solo travel for the 1st time and 15% will try adventure travel
Share2017 is a year of new changes. Big changes. My career life looks entirely different. 2015 was the year I was still working full time at the PA travel guide and promoting my book through workshops. 2016 was the year I kicked off Widow Voyages while working full time for the PA Travel Guide and
ShareI still remember the impact that flooding in North Carolina had on me the summer before my senior year of high school. I spent a week in NC with my youth group helping to rebuild a church following a flood. We stayed at a local school and battled the summer humidity. They took us on