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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. 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.
2. 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.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. Cherry Recipes from Michigan
Two more great recipes from Michigan cherry growers: Cherry Cashew Cookies, Yummy!! and Cherry Angel Dessert, Ohh La La!
6. Fishing Ohio's Steelhead Alley
Looking for a steelhead stronghold to cast your line, Ohio's Steelhead Alley in Lake County is a great place to start. Steelhead Alley runs along the south shore of Lake Erie from Vermillion, Ohio, through Pennsylvania and up into New York to Buffalo.
7. Marvelous Marietta On The Ohio
From its red brick streets, tree lined avenues with grand Victorian homes, to its rich history, quaint shopping, and scenic river setting; Marietta emanates the unassuming appeal of small town America.
8. 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.
9. 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.
10. Honolulu, Hawaii History and Culture
When it comes to sun and surf, few destinations can compete with Honolulu. It’s also a great place to explore Hawaii’s art, culture, and history. Guest author Janet Collins suggests some things to see and do that have senior-friendly pricing.
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