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Waterproof Case fits All iPhones

DryCase is the best universal accessory I have found to simply and quickly waterproof any version of iPhone.  I’ve been searching for awhile to find a waterproof or water-resistant option for shooting pictures and videos with my iPhone.  DryCase not…

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Snowmass Swings Both Ways

Snowmass may have world class skiing in winter, but I’m convinced that summer is the best time of year to visit this Aspen neighbor. As we explored the Roaring Fork River and hiked into the mountains, this town showed itself…

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Connecting Face First

I ate water. I don’t like to admit my failures, but there you go- I got the hard part out of the way first. I guess I should step back and say that I was fighting for bragging rights and…

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The Mayberry of the Mountains

Aspen. Look outside your window and imagine every color you see to not only be more vibrant but more diverse and subtle. Imagine the air is so clear that a tree is not simply green, but every color in the…

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Better Pictures and Video with xShot

Simply put, the Pocket xShot is a must have iPhone attachment for anyone either dabbling in or professionally working with iPhone video and photography.  I don’t say this lightly and I’m not embellishing my response to using this product.  I…

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Hookey and Happy Endings, #TBEX Day 2

With only three and a half days in Vancouver, we had to pick and choose what we were going to be able to do, and today we sacrificed part of what brought us to the city in the first place….

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LA to PV : Puerto Vallarta Day 1

Jade’s parents found this amazing deal with Apple Vacations, and after months of waiting we are finally headed to our first all-inclusive resort. Honestly, the type of people headed down to PV with us, were a little interesting (the best…

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Loveless Cafe: A Nashville Food Tradition

Loveless Cafe is just outside of Nashville and right next to the historic Natchez Trace.  Originally only a 75 seat restaurant, this place still serves up home cookin’ and southern hospitality in its renovated building that is now surrounded by…

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On the Go: “Share A Bill” iPhone App Review

Sharing a bill or splitting up money is always hard when traveling in a group. Heck, it can be difficult just going out to dinner with a large group! Who paid for what, who owes who how much- sorting it all…

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RTW Day 35 – A time to Plant, A time to Reap

Nearly the end of the trip, only one more day, and so we are headed back to London to catch our flight. Since Cinque Terre is on the West Coast, we didn’t see much of a sunrise, but it still…

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RTW Day 34 – Vacation Speed

After walking through all five of the towns that make up Cinque Terre yesterday, today we explored the town in which we are staying. Riomaggiore is the most Southern of the Cinque Terre towns and is right on the ocean….

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RTW Day 33 – Italy by Land

Hiking the entire length of Cinque Terre is not exactly what we thought it would be. As the hills took us up and away from the seashore, flip-flops seemed like less of a good idea for the hike.

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RTW Day 30 – Cool Blue Water

On the last day in Iceland, we stop by the Blue Lagoon on our way to the airport. The Blue Lagoon is a spa set around a blue mineral water pool that is unique in the world for it’s chemical…

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RTW Day 29 – Reykjavik

Our planned snorkeling trip was canceled so we spend the day exploring Iceland’s capital and largest city Reykjavik. From the hot pools, to the museum, and back to the sea shore, we saw all the Reykjavik had to offer.

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