It was the summer of 1981. I was going into my junior year of high school when one event changed the course of my life forever.
I grew up in Edgemere, Maryland, just outside of Baltimore. Edgemere was a relatively quiet town, a suburb with rows of homes and plenty of … CONTINUE READING
Why Seniors Are Flocking to Home-Sharing
The freedom of retirement certainly comes with its perks, but challenges of post-work living exist as well. Chief among them, for most elderly folks, are fears of social isolation and financial insolvency, as having coworkers and a regular income are not as common in retirement … CONTINUE READING
Exploring the River of No Return
There's more to Idaho than potatoes. Sitting square in the center of the Gem State is one of the largest contiguous areas of protected wilderness in the U.S. While the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area may not roll off the tongue as easy as Yellowstone or Yosemite, this 2 million-acre swath of mountains, gorges, and alpine lakes offers something for outdoor enthusiasts of all stripes … CONTINUE READING