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Camping Connection – A New England Experience Where?

By Bill Steiden
A rocky-shored island with granite cliffs and gravelly beaches in a northern clime, surrounded by sailboat-studded blue waters; a summer resort set in a Victorian village, accessible by ferry and steeped in history.
Martha’s Vineyard, right?

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Old Saybrook and the Connecticut River

By Cindy Murphy-Tofig
History is everywhere in Connecticut. The southern New England state is home to the nation’s oldest public art museum – the Wadsworth Atheneum, in Hartford – as well as a university that’s a good bit older…

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St. John, USVI

Paradise With Its Own National Park
Story and photos by Stacey Dougherty
It was mid-afternoon and we were sitting on the open upper deck of the Red Hook ferry on St. Thomas. As we waited to get under way…

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The Sea Islands of Beaufort County, S.C.

The Hunting Island Lighthouse, South Carolina’s only lighthouse open to the public.

History, Wildlife, Beaches and More
Story and photos by Stacey Dougherty
When standing on the observation platform of the Hunting Island State Park Lighthouse it’s obvious why…

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Staying in Belize…

…in a small, romantic and affordable hotel nestled off the coast of Central America.
Story and photos by Stacey Dougherty

Nothing quite beats getting away from it all when that means jetting off to a remote island in the…

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