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Travelogue: Hawaiian Islands

Our experiences traveling throughout the Hawaiian Islands were unforgettable….
Here are just a few snippets, as we investigate and pet some seahorses in Kona on “the Big Island,” go cliff diving and plant -ouching in Maui, go Ziplining and “Jurassic Park-ing” in Kauai, and most incredibly, take part in the Hawaii Floating Lantern Ceremony of Oahu.

Enjoy your life, it’s not a dress rehearsal!

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Travelogue: The Left Coast

In this episode, we visit some interesting places along the 101 HWY of Washington State.
Beginning in the town of Westport, we see the Pacific Coast’s “Tallest Lighthouse,” built in the late 1800’s. A volunteer lighthouse keeper and his wife show us around the Gray’s Harbor Lighthouse, and explain the advances in Lighthouse technology over the last hundred years.
Next, we scoot on up to the town of Sequim, WA and see the “Olympic Game Farm.” CARnage ensues.
Finally, I stop off in one of the most 70’s-90’s Nostalgia capitals of the entire planet, Don Sucher’s “Star Wars Store” in Aberdeen. He tells me about the time that Princess Leia gave him a tattoo… Sure, why not?

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Travelogue 025: Florida

Come on and check out a side of Florida that you’ve never heard of before.. It’ll be a gas!

In this episode, we visit some Manatees living in their wild, natural habitat near Crystal River Springs! They sure do love to play and Wrassle! Also, we poke around Seaside, which is the town that doubled as the backdrop for “Seahaven” in “The Truman Show.” Then, it’s on to McGuire’s Irish Pub in Destin, for a look at $1.8 Million worth of one dollar bills! After… Well, just hang around and see!

Get out and “Explore MORE in Twenty-One Four”!

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Travelogue Iceland: Part 1


From the world of “The Travelogue,” I graciously present to you another offering apart from my own travels. This time around, some wild American adventurers named John and Laura Frazier take us on their journey through Iceland in this THREE PART mini-series…
It was put together in a very familiar style to my other Travelogue episodes… I wonder why?!