Welcome to Travel Browsing!

Welcome to my travel writing blog! Here I plan on writing about big adventures and small hideaways, cheesy-but-super-fun touristy destinations and hidden treasures from all over the world as well as from my beautiful home base here in the Fort Smith/Western Arkansas area. (FYI, the photo of the bluffs at the top of the blog is from Mount Magazine here in Arkansas. It’s a breathtakingly gorgeous area I’ll be writing about in more detail soon.)

A little about me:  I am a full-time medical/health and travel writer. And although I spend A LOT of time traveling for medical conferences and conventions, I always manage to eek out at least a little time for exploring. So in addition to writing about these adventures, I’ll also pass along various travel, packing, and airport tips I’ve learned over the years — and new ones I discover from travel experts. Oh, and I’m always on the look-out for great new travel gadgets and/or the very best rollercoasters and thrill rides. So please let me know about your discoveries so I can share with everyone!

My plan for the blog (right now) is to post at least once a week about the Arkansas area, once a week about in-the-news topics or tips, and the rest of the time about grabbing fun at every opportunity. Ready for some adventures? Let’s go!

Just cruising on down the Danube in Austria

Just cruising on down the Danube in Austria

Updated: May 26, 2013 — 8:26 pm

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  1. I knew Arkansas has some rare beauty but I had no idea Fort Smith had such rich and fun history. The True Grit-sters were a hoot and who has two thumbs and wants to see where Elvis got his GI cut…this gal. I’ll definitely be checking your blog periodically, especially when I head your direction for my annual TableRock lake vacation.

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