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  • College Football Game Day

    College Football Game Day

    Here’s a behind the scenes look at our college football game day adventures in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Be sure and watch the out-takes at the end of the video:)

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  • VIDEO: Tailgating Tips

    VIDEO: Tailgating Tips

    Tailgating is one of our favorite fall activities. There’s something about meandering through large enthusiastic crowds with the smell of charcoal, lighter fluid, and grilled meats permeating the air that guarantees a good time. Even if you’re not particularly a fan of football, the experience is worthy of any bucket list.

    We met some incredible people, tasted some amazing food, and picked up some great tailgating tips before a college football game at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.

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  • Memories of Montana Photo Album #PictureMontana

    Memories of Montana Photo Album #PictureMontana

    Here is an album of some of our favorite photos from our #PictureMontana adventure. We have fond memories of Missoula’s urban scene; of being unplugged at the Flathead Lake Lodge, exploring the undiscovered in the town of whitefish and in Glacier National Park, and an unforgettable journey across the countryside.

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  • Chicago on $40 a Day #ShareForever #ad

    Chicago on $40 a Day #ShareForever #ad

    It’s no secret that Chicago is one of my favorite cities in the United States. The city is so layered with history, architecture, sports, shopping, art, museums, parks, and food that I never get tired of visiting. So when IHG Rewards Club offered to sponsor me on a trip to Chicago to help promote their #ShareForever promotion, I was like – Duh! Heck yeah I’ll do it! (Besides, the promotion is a great deal – […]

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  • Unforgettable Montana: The Road to Paradise #PictureMontana

    Unforgettable Montana: The Road to Paradise #PictureMontana

    Exploring the majesty and majesty of Montana

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  • Road Trip to Waco, Texas and Magnolia Market

    Road Trip to Waco, Texas and Magnolia Market

    My wife, Denise and I are huge fans of HGTV’s Fixer Upper. The show features a couple, Chip and Joanna Gaines, from Waco, Texas who specialize in turning problem homes into showcase homes – inside and out. The couple own Magnolia Market, which is frequently featured in the show as the go to place for finding decor for the fixer upper homes.  When we went to visit our oldest daughter, Sherri, and her husband in […]

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  • Photo Album of Memphis, Tennessee

    Photo Album of Memphis, Tennessee

    Here’s a photo album of some of our favorite photos from Memphis, Tennessee. Memphis is rich in history and is known as the birthplace of rock ’n roll, home of the blues, and quite possibly the BBQ capital of the universe.

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  • Tuscaloosa, Alabama devastated by Tornado 5 Years Ago

    Tuscaloosa, Alabama devastated by Tornado 5 Years Ago

    A few years ago we were in Tuscaloosa, Alabama taping segments for Midlife Road Trip. A few months months later, the town was rocked to its very core when it was pummeled by a powerful tornado. The photos below…

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  • Maui Photo Album

    Maui Photo Album

    Here’s a photo album featuring some of our favorite photos from our bucket list adventure in the tropical paradise of Maui, Hawaii. Our experiences included a helicopter ride, outrigger canoeing, paddle boarding, hiking along lava trails, learning to make poke, road tripping on the famous Road to Hana, and watching mesmerizing sunrises and sunsets.

    Special thanks to…

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  • My Atlanta – Hot Spots Worth Seein’

    My Atlanta – Hot Spots Worth Seein’

    Hotlanta – capitol of the peach state, land of Coca-Cola and home of the Braves. But I’ll let you in on a local secret – despite sweltering summer temps and hair raising humidity, we natives don’t really call it that. No, to us it’s just Atlanta. Or the ATL. Or A-town. Depends on who I’m speaking to and how much rap I’ve listened to that day.

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