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Hazel M. Freeman

Located in Wheeling, West Virginia is the 1,700-acre Oglebay Resort and Conference Center. Once the summer estate of Cleveland, Ohio industrialist, Earl W. Oglebay, it's since been transformed into a world-class, four-season resort. Oglebay hosts an annual holiday light show that's spectacular.

Hazel M. Freeman

The Evergreen Club is a membership only club for those 50 and older. A $75.00 annual membership fee will save you hundreds on your first trip. Members have access to hundreds of B & B homestay locations across the country for overnight lodging, with breakfast, for about $15.00 a night.

Hazel M. Freeman

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.

Hazel M. Freeman

With spectacular vistas, jagged mountain peaks, sand dunes, gorgeous wildflowers, and fascinating history; Death Valley National Park is a must-see place on your list of vacation destinations.

Hazel M. Freeman

Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, located an easy 90 mile drive northeast of Las Vegas, is a 23,000 acre gem of clear springs which harbor a surprising wealth of Southwestern bird life and endemic pupfish among the barren surroundings of alkaline desert.

Hazel M. Freeman

Cabbage Key is a popular day trip spot for visitors to boat over, have lunch, enjoy the afternoon and return to the mainland. For those interested in more than staying just a few hours, the Inn has several types of lovely overnight lodging for guests from which to choose

Hazel M. Freeman

Looking for some old Florida charm? Look no further than Cabbage Key. Accessible only by boat, this little piece of tropical paradise will dish up a southern size helping. Take a day trip for lunch, sip on a Cabbage Creeper at the Dollar Bill Bar, or stay a couple nights in a cottage by the water.