Parks & Travel Magazine - Feb/Mar 2018

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Camano Island, Washington: Where Past Meets Present

CAMANO ISLAND, WASHINGTON: WHERE PAST MEETS PRESENT By Hilarie Larson   Nestled in the curve of neighboring Whidbey Island, separated by the shimmering Saratoga Sea, Camano Island is a laid-back

Plein Air Painting

PLEIN AIR PAINTING By Victoria Chick, contemporary figurative artist and early 19th & 20th century print collector Oil paint in tubes, portable easels, and the invention of the railroad – the

Classical Pianist Hunter Noack in Haleakala National Park

CLASSICAL PIANIST HUNTER NOACK IN HALEAKALA NATIONAL PARK Hunter Noack, an acclaimed young pianist, known for his expressive performances of Liszt and other demanding pieces of the classical and moder

Harassment in the Tourism and Hospitality Industries

HARASSMENT IN THE TOURISM & HOSPITALITY INDUSTRIES By Ward Heinrichs Esq., San Diego Employment Attorney   We have seen in the News a recent spate of sensational sexual harassment cases in th

It’s All About Authenticity in the “Original” Las Vegas!

IT’S ALL ABOUT AUTHENTICITY IN THE “ORIGINAL” LAS VEGAS! by Debbie Stone It’s Vegas, baby! But, if you’re looking for cheesy Elvis impersonators, glitzy shows or swanky casinos lining the s
Hippos at Lake Kariba

Epic Zimbabwe Road Trip!

EPIC ZIMBABWE ROAD TRIP By Elizabeth Willoughby Signs of life have been sparse during these two hours of driving in northwestern Zimbabwe. Here and there a dirt path with no obvious destination slink

Time to Address “The Elephant in the Room”

TIME TO ADDRESS ‘THE ANIMAL IN THE ROOM’ Wildlife conservation expert Adam M. Roberts “The Compassionate Conservationist” discusses travel and animal welfare, and how a new tourism consultancy
Exeter Oranges Mural

Locals Insider: Exeter, California

LOCALS INSIDER: EXETER, CALIFORNIA What it’s like to Live, Work and Play in “The Citrus Capital” Listen to the Big Blend Radio Locals Insider on Exeter, featuring Sandy Blankenship – Execu