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Finding a Snowbird Roost

Second in a series on snowbird travel. Click here for part 1. So you’ve made the decision to head south for winter to bask in the sun while the rest of the continent freezes. Now comes the hard part: selecting your balmy snowbird roost. Fortunately, choice is in rich supply, and for those who like
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Prepping For Snowbird Season

Winter is a time for boots, snow shovels, and icy roads… unless you’re a snowbird who RVs to the Sun Belt. Snowbirds are typically retired seniors who have the desire and financial ability to be away from home for extended periods of time. The entire history of the human race is largely a search for
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Destination Gems in Lafayette, Louisiana

We recently spent a few days exploring Lafayette, Louisiana. We parked for four nights at Poche’s, just east of town. While this was not our first stop-over in Lafayette, it was our first time to find destinations to explore! These are some of our favorite discoveries: Vermilionville Living History Park.  Much like Williamsburg, with its
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Where The Snowbirds Fly

by David & Ritsuko Robinson Every autumn, instinct drives millions of birds south to wait out the winter. Think Mother Nature has the right idea? Something more than instinct drives a different bird south to escape the cold—“snowbirds”, who pull up stakes and flee the snow, sleet, rain and cold up north to winter in
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