The Best Spring Tulip Trips in Skagit Valley: When is the best time to go?

Now is a great time to make a plan to come visit the Skagit Valley. See and experience the amazing and colorful fields of tulips. Don't wait too long because tulip blooms doesn't last long. Tulip gardens are open  to the public  for about a month.    What is a Tulip? Tulips are a type of flower that are native to the Netherlands. They come in many colors and sizes, with some tulips reaching up to 18 inches tall. Tulips were first introduced to the United States in 1806 by a Dutchman named Peter Coenraad Weyenbergh. He was sent by the Dutch government as an ambassador to help build trade relations with the U.S. The tulip is a symbol of love and beauty, but also represents rebirth and hope, which is why they are often given at funerals. How to Prepare for a Spring Trip to Skagit County for Tulips? Travelling to Skagit County in the springtime has many benefits. The weather is perfect, the flowers are blooming, and there are plenty of places to explore. Here are some tips on what

The Complete Guide to Traveling after illness

  Introduction: How to prepare for a trip after experiencing sickness and tips for travel safety. In this article, we will be discussing what to do before, during and after your trip if you have been sick. We will also provide you with some tips for traveling safety. The first step is to make sure that your doctor is aware of your travel plans and has given the green light for you to fly. This will hopefully prevent any unnecessary delays or cancellations of your flight. You should also check with the airline about their policies on flying while sick as there may be a number of restrictions in place that could affect your travel plans. It's a good idea to pack a few extra items in case there is an unexpected delay or cancellation of the flight. You never know when this might happen so it's best to prepare for it ahead of time! Packing Essentials for a Safe and Comfortable Trip After Being Sick When you have been sick and are about to go on a trip, you need to pack some essentia

How to Keep on Traveling for Another Year

  1. Take a few minutes for help with your finances to reap the benefits of traveling living life on the road.  One of the best things about living in a motorhome is that you can live anywhere. You don't need to worry about rent, mortgage, or utility bills. Living in a motorhome can also help you save money on your taxes. You don't have to pay property tax, which is usually based on the value of your home. And if you're retired, you may be able to deduct some of your expenses from your income tax return. There are many benefits to living in a motorhome and not just for retirees or those without children. 2. Find ways to be more efficient with your time, which means cutting out things that are just taking up space. We can be more efficient with our time by cutting out things that are just taking up space. We can focus on what matters to us and what we want to do in life. The first step is to figure out how much time you spend on each activity in a week. Then, you can start l

Our Interesting Travel Journey during Covid-19 from Alaska through Canada

Please enjoy my photographs  It has been a year since we started our life on the road. Our travel journey begun when we left our home in Fairbanks, Alaska and driving on Alaska (Alcan) Highway through Canada to Washington State.   Our drive through Canada was indeed interesting and wonderful but crossing the border was difficult and the drive was very long. Total miles driven from Fairbanks, Alaska through Canada to Birch Bay Washington was 2150 miles.  Contents below are: Our 1st Day Travel Journey  - drove 288 miles  Our first night rest stop  - on the side of Alaska highway just before the US Border Our 2nd Day Travel Journey - drove 409 miles Entering Canada Border  - Travel Restrictions and Covid-19 The Roads - Yukon Territory - Larger than Life Kluane Lake - Beautiful Rest Area Our 2nd night rest stop - Yukon Motel and RV Park Teslin, Yukon Territory Our 3rd Day Travel Journey - drove 363 miles Continental Divide - nice gravel rest area Our 3rd night rest stop - Toad River

Chena Hot Springs Resort Exciting Winter Fun in Fairbanks, Alaska

It has been a while since the last time I visited Chena Hot Springs Resort. It was winter when I went there with my family and friends, we had a great time. We went and spent a lot of time in the outdoor rock pool. It was so relaxing being in the natural hot springs water.  It was believed that the Hot Springs water has a healing water. I would not know the difference though because I only go there once in a blue moon. Well, maybe not once in a blue moon but just for me the resort is a little bit pricey.  Nonetheless, it's a good break and a good winter drive out of town. It's fun and exciting  being in the pool, feeling cold and hot at the same time.  I see a tree How to get there?  Chena Hot Spring Resort is about 60 miles away from town or about 75 minutes drive from the city of Fairbanks. From Airport Way take Steese highway then about 4.7 miles take the exit to Chena Hot Springs Road. Big sign right on the side of the highway.   Just drive down that road,  at the end of it



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