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a weekend in southern Vermont

words + photo by Karen J. Covey

There’s something quite magical about Vermont, especially in the fall. The changing colors of the leaves, the cool, crisp air—it’s a place unlike any other. Of course I may be partial because I grew up there, but every time I return, I still feel the same way—like it’s a place I want to stay for awhile.

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5 dog-friendly vacation spots to visit this summer

words by Caylin Harris | photo by Jennifer Johnson

When you’re planning a family getaway shouldn’t that include the whole family? And yes, your four-legged friends absolutely count as family members. Unfortunately, not every destination is as pet-friendly, but don’t be discouraged. While it might not be feasible to fly your pup to Europe, if you’re road tripping to any of these cities this summer your dog will have just as much fun as you will. Here are a few pet-friendly cities worth the trip.

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5 iconic beach hotels to add to your bucket list

words by Caylin Harris | photo courtesy of Castle Hill Inn

Looking for an even better beach vacation? These gorgeous hotels and resorts not only have all the amenities you could ever want, but also sit on the shores of some of the most beautiful beaches in the country. Here are a few of our favorites that you’ll want to add to your vacation bucket list pronto.

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The 5 best boardwalks In the U.S.

The first boardwalk in the country was built in 1870 in Atlantic City, New Jersey as a solution for keeping sand out of the ritzy resort hotels and the Camden & Atlantic’s railroad cars. What once was a practical solution for sand management has become an iconic summer vacation destination with fun for the whole family. To this day, nothing says summer in the U.S.A. like strolling along a boardwalk and eating a funnel cake, just feet from luscious sand and the enchanting ocean surf. Here is our roundup of the five best boardwalks to visit this year. 

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