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Sunsets, beaches, towers, mountains…where would you like to go?

No matter how old we get…most of us LOVE travel. And if for some reason we can’t travel much anymore, we enjoy hearing travel stories and seeing pictures.

Do you have a travel story to tell? Do you know a great place for seniors to travel to?

Where was your best vacation and why? We want to know!

Watch for future articles with travel suggestions for seniors and more!

Winter to us means Find someplace warm! It can get very cold and uncomfortable in New York in the winter, something we’ve especially noticed as we grow older. To compensate, we, like the birds, head south for a few...
Baby Boomers are defying all stereotypes and turning out to be a fairly tech savvy, globe trotting generation. Entering the age of retirement, and as a generation that has worked hard for their savings, Boomers now want to enjoy...
Sicily

Holidaying In Sicily

We went to Sicily for Christmas and New Year’s one year and traveled about for two weeks—and we were surprised and pleased at what we found. As seniors, I’m not fond of hills or difficult places to walk, and...
There are more baby boomers and elderly traveling now than ever before. Just as the baby boomers redefined everything else in their lifetimes, they’re redefining retirement. Whether you want to drive across the States in an RV, take a...
My love of animals and passion for travel came together in perfect harmony...             While volunteering at the Toronto Zoo I happened to hear about Animal Experience International (AEI). This Canadian organization's sole purpose is animal conservation efforts around the world through...
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I'm not one to sit still, unless I'm working and/or typing a blog post.  I move and explore new places whenever I have an opportunity, so my functional limitations related to walking, standing, driving and focusing did have an...
Hawaii

Hawaii Dreams

Haru Sato loved two things: His wife, Miko, and Hawaii.             Haru was a devoted caregiver to his wife, Miko Sato. Miko had suffered a debilitating stroke that rendered her wheelchair-bound and unable to feed herself. Haru and Miko were from...
Grandparents are very fortunate to have a rewarding, unique relationship with their grandchildren. This comes through the years from all the special moments that are shared. More and more, they experience bonding that can last for a lifetime! Each...
A picnic is one way for members of the family to get together during the summer. If elderly members are attending, keep in mind that there may be special considerations. A picnic in your own yard would make things...
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