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Biscayne Bay

Biscayne Bay is a spectacular body of water, it's bright blue-green waves extending from the shores of Miami down to the northernmost Florida Keys. The bay covers approximately 428 square miles. It is a shallow estuary, the largest in southeast Florida, and contiguous with Florida Bay and the Everglades. Port Miami, Florida's second largest port… Continue reading Biscayne Bay

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At Home in Homestead

Homestead, Florida is a remarkable place. I wrote about my dad's 1992 visit to Homestead following Hurricane Andrew, the third time the city had been decimated by hurricanes. As this resilient city has since recovered following Andrew 28 years ago, my visits have been very different. Homestead is home to the Homestead Air Reserve Base,… Continue reading At Home in Homestead

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Flagstaff Area National Monuments

Over our nearly twenty years of travel as a family, Flagstaff, Arizona has become a place we frequent, either as a stop on our road tripping adventures or as a vacation of its own. Located along Interstate 40 and U.S. 89, Flagstaff is in relatively close proximity to two national parks. The South Rim of… Continue reading Flagstaff Area National Monuments

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Flying Dry on Southwest Airlines

Southwest planes at Ft. Lauderdale's Gate B UPDATE: So I have some good news and some sad news. The sad news is that as of September 23, 2020, there is still no boozy beverage service on Southwest Airlines. I haven't been able to find whether Southwest will extend the expiration dates on 2020 drink coupons… Continue reading Flying Dry on Southwest Airlines