Senior Adventures

Traveling in Cuba reminds us of our choices

May 3rd, 2017 | By
Traveling in Cuba reminds us of our choices

It is incredible just how blessed we are to have been born in the United States.  Indeed, there are problems and conflicts, but we have the ability to work around them. We are free to make our choices, to have a job whereby we can support our family, to have a comfortable home and plenty
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Social Security benefits go with you when you’re abroad

Apr 4th, 2017 | By

Social Security has you covered, even outside our nation’s borders. They’re with you through life’s journey, even if you’re traveling outside the United States. Many people who travel or live outside the country receive some kind of Social Security benefit, including retired and disabled workers, as well as spouses, widows, widowers, and children. If you’re
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SAM, the ocean coast and cruises

Feb 27th, 2017 | By
SAM, the ocean coast and cruises

What a winter! All that snow followed by all that rain and cold weather just makes me want to leave town and do something fun. There aren’t always those options, however, so we need to look elsewhere.  In February, we took advantage of the First Thursday free admission to museums in Seattle and wandered around
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Eagles and a glorious day on Skagit River help beat winter blues

Jan 31st, 2017 | By
Eagles and a glorious day on Skagit River help beat winter blues

What a winter. Will it ever end and the sun shine for more than one day at a time? We haven’t let that bother us, however. In early January, we made an excursion north to the town of Concrete for the annual Eagle Festival. We spent the night in a wonderful large house at the
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