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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. Maple Syrup Season and Maple Pie Recipe
Maple syrup season is a welcome sign of spring in colder climates. Plan a fun day out, or a maple weekend getaway, to visit a sugarhouse or sugarbush to See, and Taste, what "sugaring" or "sugarmaking" is all about. Included is a decadent recipe for Maple Cream Pie.
2. Egg Art In Egg Harbor Wisconsin
It’s time to color, hide, hunt, and roll those Easter eggs. The Dovetail Gallery/Studio & Egg Art Museum, in the charming and quaint village of Egg Harbor, Wisconsin, is the perfect place to view and enjoy the wonders of the egg. Don't miss the May 17th-20th, 2018, Girlfriends Great EGGscape.
3. Chocolate Festival in Grand Traverse Michigan
If one of your weaknesses is chocolate you’ll find a great chocolate tour in the Grand Traverse area of Michigan. The ninth annual Traverse City Chocolate Festival takes place on April 15th. 2018. Read on for a decadent chocolate mousse recipe.
4. Petrified Wood & Art Gallery, Ogallala, Nebraska
If in western Nebraska, don't miss The Petrified Wood & Art Gallery in Ogallala. Twin brothers, Harvey and Howard Kenfield, have dedicated decades to collecting Indian artifacts, gemstones, fossils, and petrified wood. They create beautiful art from petrified wood and gemstones.
5. Unbelievably Good Deals for Seniors
Still a favorite, "Unbelievably Good Deals and Great Adventures That You Absolutely Can’t Get Unless You’re Over 50," includes amazing bargains on airfares, hotels, car rentals, public transportation, vacations designed for you and your grandkids, tennis camps, golf vacations, ski clubs, and more.
6. Jay Lee Inn B & B Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
I had never enjoyed an authentic English Tea experience until I visited the Jay Lee Inn in the quaint, and welcoming village of Elkhart Lake, in Wisconsin. Sitting in a classy old Victorian home, sipping fine teas, eating scrumptious food, and enjoying fine company, what a treat.
7. 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.
8. BC Ferries - Free Fares for Seniors
Guest author Janet Collins tells us about BC Ferries great mid-week fares for seniors. In fact, seniors travel for free Mon to Thurs. What a great reason to travel!
9. White Gull Inn Cherry Coffeecake Recipe
Known as “Cherryland USA,” Door County is one of the country’s leading producers of Montmorency cherries. Here's a favorite recipe that showcases this fabulous fruit from the historic White Gull Inn in Fish Creek.
10. Grebel - A Western Nebraska Pastry Favorite
Western Nebraska is filled with a wealth of rich history. A half-million pioneers followed the Oregon, California, and Mormon trails west. Some were of German Russian descent. A favorite recipe, a lightly fried and sugared, donut-like pastry called Grebel is a recipe they brought to the new world.
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