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Here are the top ten articles for the Senior Travel Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Mariposa Ranch Texas Ranger Baked Eggs Recipe
For an authentic taste of the great state of Texas, follow the once dusty trail, traveled by the likes of Davy Crockett and Sam Houston, along the LaBahia Trail (FM 390), to the lovely Mariposa Ranch Bed & Breakfast.
2. National Treasure The Grand Canyon
Senior travelers will still feel a child-like sense of awe when beholding the majesty of this natural wonder of the world, our national treasure, the Grand Canyon. Guest author Janis Turk gives us a tour of the Grand Canyon.
3. The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, located in Michigan's beautiful eastern Upper Peninsula, is considered one of the best small museums in America.
4. The Sleeping Bear Birding Trail
With help from the internet, finding hot birding spots is getting easier. Traverse City, Michigan has a new Internet tool, the Sleeping Bear Birding Trail. A web-based road map to almost 40 local birding sites.
5. BC Ferries - Free Fares for Seniors
BC Ferries has great mid-week fares for seniors. In fact, seniors travel for free Mon to Thurs. What a great reason to travel!
6. America The Beautiful Senior Pass Only $10.00
If you’re 62 or over, a U. S. citizen, or permanent resident, the America the Beautiful – National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass is a super bargain at just $10.00 and is good for life. This is one of the best deals around.
7. The Rare Jade Vine
A few years ago, while on a wonderful birding trip to Trinidad and Tobago, our group spent several days at the Asa Wright Nature Centre. We saw not only beautiful birds but rare and beautiful plants. One of the rarest was the exquisitely beautiful jade vine.
8. VIA - Riding the rails
Guest author Janet Collins travels Canada´s national passenger rail line which welcomes senior travelers with special fares and services.
9. Cherry Blossom Time in Traverse City
Traverse City, Michigan bills itself as the “Cherry Capital of the World.” With 75% of the world’s tart cherries, used for pies, pastries and jams, produced in the area, they have good reason to make such a claim. Read on for a great Quick 'n' Cherry Chicken recipe.
10. The Sea Turtles of St. George Island Florida
Each year along the beaches of St. George Island, in Franklin County, endangered female loggerhead sea turtles, and an occasional leatherback, are driven by their natural instinct to return home again, to lay their cache of 80-100 eggs and start the next generation.
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