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5 Best Places to View Fall Colors in Kid-Friendly Georgia

Here are the five best places to view fall colors in kid-friendly Georgia. It’s that time of year again, when Mother Nature puts on her best show. The mount

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Let it Fall: Fall Foliage with Kids

Photo by: Bigstock/evgeny atamanenko Looking to catch this season’s fall foliage gems? Come September and October, the leaves peak for just a few weeks and then are gone in a whisper. Trekaroo has the inside scoop on where to find these deep fall colors and where to go with the kids. Explore the Best Places to See Fall Foliage […]

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Spectacular New England Fall Foliage Drives

Photo by: Bigstock/rblekicki Without a doubt, autumn is the best time to visit New England and relish in the splendor that is provided by the fall foliage. Folks from around the country and the world visit our fair states to get outside and catch a glimpse of the painted countryside. They come to hike the forest, visit farm […]

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Epic Southwest National Parks Road Trip with Kids

Spring is a beautiful season in America’s Southwest. The cactus bloom — yellow, fiery red, and deep purplish burgundy. The temperatures stay moderate, ranging from a cool 55 degrees in the highest elevations of New Mexico and topping out around 90 degrees Fahrenheit in Tucson and Phoenix. It’s possible to walk among southern Arizona’s towering […]

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Gear Review: Tenba Messenger Bag for Photography, Cameras, and Parents

Does your camera just float around in a bag when you travel with your kids? Or do you simply leave that bulky DSLR at home? I know so many moms who have fantastic cameras that take the most amazing photos- but they rarely bring them on daily adventures with kids. Either the camera is too […]

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A Thanksgiving Visit to Plimoth Plantation with Kids

Photo Courtesy of BigStock/the1et Decades ago my great aunt traced my family’s lineage back to the Billington family who sailed across the Atlantic on the Mayflower in 1620. As a child I treasured my great aunt’s visits because she’d tell my sister and I the stories of these American ancestors. As I completed family heritage […]

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