Van Halen Concert Staples Center June 9, 2012

Ever since I heard the amazing guitar technique in the solo, “Eruption”, off Van Halen I, I have been an avid Van Halen fan and have studied Eddie Van Halen’s guitar technique for many years. At the time Van Halen took off, Guitar Heroes were Joe Perry of Aerosmith, Jimmy Page of Led Zepplin, and … Continued

Visit Pearl Harbor

Recently my article about our visit to Pearl Harbor posted on the site, JohnnyJet.com. Thank you to Johnny Jet for sharing my post! It starts like this: My father was born on December 11, 1941 while my grandfather had already joined the military. For my whole life I have heard how my father was born … Continued

On the Road to Ojai, Ruach Nashim 2012

We asked Dina Bernat-Kunin to share about her recent trip to gorgeous Ojai, California for a powerful and fun Women’s retreat.   The road to Ojai is very familiar to me. I call it freedom road. I usually avoid being the driver because I just hate driving. Being the passenger allows me to relish the relief … Continued

The Temple of Isis at Philae

By Halle Eavelyn Experiencing dawn at the Temple of Isis at Philae should be a part of everyone’s holidays in Egypt. However, usually only people going for spiritual travel will get to have this incredible opportunity. We take a bus from our cruise ship, arriving in the pitch black at the ticket booth, and then … Continued

LegoLand: A One Day Vacation – Worth Every Minute

  Lori Tessel shares how a vacation does not have to be to a destination far away to be memorable and important. Traveling with your family and creating precious memories is what children will remember. Inspire your child, inspire yourself, go somewhere that feeds your passions! This weekend, my husband and I took our kids … Continued

Choose Yourself!

In today’s stressed out world where many people live on deadlines and balance their finances paycheck to paycheck, it can seem challenging to stop and take care of your own self. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross has said, “There is no need to go to India or anywhere else to find peace. You will find that deep place … Continued

Solar Eclipse Kaleidoscope style

Our inveterate travel friend, Shauna Hoffman, recently captured the solar eclipse through the trees next to her house which created a kaleidoscope of reflections. We hope she will continue to share her ideas, travels and videos with us on our site! As we waited wondering how we could see the eclipse through a pinhole reflection, … Continued

Lisa on the Radio with The Learning Curve

The Learning Curve  What is Integrated Learning? Why Are American Students Behind Other Nations in Science Education, and What can Be Done About it? Lisa Niver Rajna is an honest-to-goodness science teacher working in the trenches at K-6. Lisa’s success is evident in the following: One of her students WON an international award with OXFAM … Continued

Passion Island – Cozumel, Mexico

Carla Skog lives in Texas but is a native of Edmonton Alberta, Canada. She has spent time in the Caribbean, Ireland, Philippines and Singapore. In the future, Carla hopes to visit new and exciting destinations. She offered to share one of her favorite destinations here with us: I am surprised how easily I fell in … Continued

The California coastline just outside of Big Sur

Experience Monterey and give back to the community

                  When I think of Monterey, I get romantic visions of driving up Hwy 1 from Los Angeles and watching the ocean views roll past my window.  I strongly believe that anyone who lives in California should drive up the coast from San Diego to Northern California … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel