2020 is a brand new year "with no mistakes in it yet", as Anne of Green Gables would say. So why not start planning your next trip? Whether it's a solo adventure, family vacation or couple's getaway, I have a list of handy gadgets and accessories to make travel a breeze!
One of my favorite reasons to road trip is the discovery of local restaurants and unique eateries. Before I hit the road, I pull up Yelp to find places to eat along the way that aren't chain restaurants.
The road trip route can be more important than the destination for a drive across the Treasure State. Jumping off the interstate can turn into a full day of discovering new parks, landmarks, and eateries.
The security lines. No place to put your carry-on luggage. Bathroom the size of a cereal box. Crying babies and body odor. MOST of those things won't be an issue when you avoid the airport all together and make the drive part of the experience.
If I were stuck in traffic and my phone told me it had a plan to get me out, I might throw a Hail Mary and go for it no matter how weird it seemed (hey..at least we're moving, right?) - but it's a good reminder that you can't just blindly follow the advice of technology (even Google g…
Most airlines tell you to arrive at the airport 2 hours prior to departure and for many airports, that is sound advice. As for our airport here in Billings, I had gotten a little spoiled - showing up only 45 minutes before departure and still spending 30 minutes of that waiting at the gate.