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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. Ohio’s Amish Country
Ohio is home to the world’s largest Amish community. A visit to Ohio’s Amish Country allows you to slow down to a horse-n-buggy pace, learn more about the Amish heritage and, enjoy and experience, the region famous for its friendliness, food, and fine craftsmanship.

2. Michigan's Harbor Country
Southwest Michigan is a beautiful rolling tapestry of farmland, orchards, and vineyards, scattered amongst quaint, friendly little towns situated along the shores of Lake Michigan.

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. 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.

5. Buffalo Outdoor Center An Ozark Wilderness Resort
The Buffalo Outdoor Center, a top-notch full service wilderness resort, sits amid the beauty of Arkansas's Buffalo National River, our country's first designated national river.

6. Protect Yourself
When traveling, you are a stranger in a strange land, so it´s especially important to follow these tips for personal safety. Guest author Eve Carr gives us tips on protecting ourselves and our belongings when traveling.

7. The Bluebonnets of Washington County Texas
Each spring about mid March through May, East Texas becomes a wildflower lovers dream come true. Lovely little towns such as Brenham, Chappell Hill, Independence, Bellville, and Burton, in Washington County, become the backdrop for a spectacular show of flower power.

8. 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!

9. Rest, Relax, and Rejuvenate in Eureka Springs
Eureka Springs is a vibrant little Victorian hide-away that's a great place to visit.

10. 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 14th -17th, 2015, Girlfriends Great EGGscape.



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