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We like to take a day trip to historic St. Augustine and walk around the old villages and shops. Have lunch there and stop for dinner in Flagler Beach on the ocean. It's a fun day and close to home.
Mine is to the beach. Hampton Beach here in NH, i try to go to the quieter section and sit by the water to refresh the mind and energy. Water has been a bit cold so no i refrained from jumping in.
Hi Roy -- wherever I am, my favorite trip of the day is going home.
I have several of them. Even going to the front range. Ouray is closer and has hot springs and a vapor cave. There's Grand Mesa for fishing. Oh so many choices.
Sorry, don't do day trips anymore.
Roy, heading to the beach in Gulf Shores ALA.
Estes Park, as it is a gorgeous small mountain town.
Good question. I guess here it would be to the eastern shore
To Michigan across Lake Michigan in the area of South Haven. Roy, we enjoy sunrises here, they get fantastic sunsets because it is across the lake, 60 minutes as the crow flies, about 150 by car.
National Seashore or San Antonio Outlet Malls.
Chicago offers so many things but I yhink I like to go to the Art Institute and can go anywhere from there. Ravinia. Chicago Botanic gardens are close seconds
I Like to go to "The Look-Out" up on the Rim. The Views of the Rim Country and the Mountains from up there is breathtaking! It is about 25 miles Northeast of Payson. It's a little drive, but for the getaway the results are worth it! Great question, Roy.
The Santa Barbara Wine Country is. It is a 45 minute trip through the San Marcos Pass, good wines, good food, and fun shopping...It is a complete change from our lifestyle here, and it is hotter in the summer and colder in the winter, (they get frost). A
The Hamptons for sure. Long Island's playground for many rich and famous...
Helen Ga. It is a cute Baverian town with german beer and Christmas town.
40 miles to the crystal clear spring feed waters of the Wikki Watchee river for a magical canoe ride.
But then there's the Dali just 15 miles in the other direction.
Today, it would be the magical ride.
The National Tropical Botanical Garden at Limahulu on our north shore (Kauai). It's a journey back in time to the early Hawaiian settlers, their taro farming and small but sustainable valley communities.
Many different local attractions.