Adventures

Travel and big events becoming ‘more normal’

Jul 13th, 2021 | By
Travel and big events becoming ‘more normal’

COVID mitigation measures on travel and other activities will continue after the full reopening of Washington’s economy, which was scheduled to open June 30 or earlier. Industries may return to usual operations at that time, but guidance for wearing face masks will remain. Also, there will be capacity restrictions at venues for large indoor events.
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RV nirvana awaits, with reservations

Jun 30th, 2021 | By
RV nirvana awaits, with reservations

RV campgrounds near Mount Rainier are expected to be busy places this summer. By early June, reservations were starting to go fast. Visitrainier.com recommends booking by mid-week for the best availability. And during the summer, making reservations as far ahead as possible is strongly advised. Here are a few campground options: Ashford RV Camping At
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Sailing worldwide helped captain unlug, discover

May 26th, 2021 | By
Sailing worldwide helped captain unlug, discover

Traveling can open our eyes and minds to new cultures and experiences, and for licensed captain Gill Terry Causey, traveling by sailboat has also guided him toward profound personal discoveries through the self-realization and introspection that seafaring can inspire. Sailing “is the most rewarding and fulfilling way to travel, and these experiences have been both
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TSA checkpoints could get a technology turbo boost

May 4th, 2021 | By
TSA checkpoints could get a technology turbo boost

The threat of COVID-19 is another layer of unpleasantness for air travelers. Many already were stressed by airport security—the long lines, worrying about what may trigger a re-check, emptying pockets and removing shoes, belts and coats. Such a hassle. The good news is that the airport security experience could improve over the next few years.
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