Top Ten seniortravel Articles

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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. Ontario Moose Encounter
On a recent trip to Ontario I had a rather close encounter with a young bull moose.

2. The Canadian Butter Tart
Never had a gooey delicious Canadian butter tart, well you’re missing out. If you love pecan pie then you’d probably enjoy these delectable flaky little tart shells filled with butter, syrup, sugar and eggs, and baked to perfection in the oven. Read on for a recipe.

3. Cruise to Alaska
I always thought that cruising was a travel option designed for older travelers. When the calendar informed me that I was nearing the status of a senior, I decided it was time to try the seafaring form of travel for myself. Guest author Janet Collins gives us an Alaskan cruise report.

4. Lillian Farms Easy Apple Dumplings
Driving the Bluebonnet Trail along the back roads and winding your way through the big Texas landscape is an awe-inspiring experience. Situated in the center of it all is the Lillian Farms Country Estate.

5. Blue Ridge Parkway Celebrates 83 Years
In 2018 the Blue Ridge Parkway celebrates 83 years of scenic glory for the millions of visitors that have traveled its winding road. Now considered a national treasure, more than 850 million visitors have enjoyed the Blue Ridge, since the Parkway began counting in 1939.

6. Door County Coffee and Tea Company
If you love to explore coffee shops and cafe's, that have their own specialty brews, you'll enjoy a visit to the Door County Coffee and Tea Company. It's also one of Door County's favorite "soup stops." Here are three delicious soup recipes that are customer favorites. Freshly baked bread too!

7. 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.

8. Protect Your Identity And Your Valuables
Helpful tips on ways to protect your identity, and other valuables, when you travel.

9. VIA - Riding the rails
Guest author Janet Collins travels Canada´s national passenger rail line which welcomes senior travelers with special fares and services.

10. Cheyenne Frontier Days Free Events
If you’re out Wyoming way in mid July you may want to take time to slip on your cowboy boots and help whoop-it-up at Cheyenne Frontier Days. There's plenty to do that won’t cost you a dime.



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