The Flying Wallendas, a different kind of frequent flier

Some people fly to collect miles, others need to fly for business and yet others jet across the country to meet friends and family. Lynn Rosen and Steve Giordano both will travel at the drop of a hat, but they always try to discover something out of the ordinary. This...

5 really good reasons for taking a red-eye flight

Some travelers loathe what they consider the most wretched choice of flights — the red-eye. Others claim these flights are the only way to travel. I used to think red-eyes would be like spending time in Purgatory. It’s the middle of the night, you’re...

Baby bald eagle cam, in the nest, real time

British Columbia, Canada, has long been in the forefront of preservation of bald eagles. Right now (April/May/June 2009) an amazing webcam is capturing the unfolding progress of baby eaglets as they grow are nurtured and raised. Enjoy the exceptional show. Remember...

Snowbasin, Utah—Budget skiing in Taj Mahal surroundings

Want the posh experience of Deer-Valley-luxury on a more realistic budget? Think Snowbasin. For a $63 lift ticket, you won’t get a ski valet who carries your gear from your car, but you will find 2,650 acres of varied terrain, a vertical drop of nearly 3,000 feet,...

Swedish massage at Canada’s Sun Peaks Resort

The only thing sweeter than skiing on sugar-like snow all day with an old-fashioned sundae of good friends, colleagues and your sweetheart, is topping it off with a whipped cream visit to the Sun Peaks Spa. Everyone knows that too much sugar (even if it is the snowy...