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    Story by Milli Thornton. Photos Copyright © Brian Williams. Selah Restaurant is located in an old bank building at 130 S Bridge Street, downtown Struthers, Ohio. It’s a hometown restaurant with big city flair! Designed rooms, original photography, brass teller cages, a walk-in vault, full bakery onsite, and an open-air feel make you forget you’re […]

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  • 02/19/13--21:08: Goodbye, Ohio
  • Story by Milli Thornton. Photos Copyright © Milli Thornton & Brian Williams. Feature photo: Sunset, Berlin Lake, Ohio This time tomorrow the Penske truck will be sitting in our driveway while the movers load our goods and chattel. By afternoon we’ll be heading off for New Mexico by road, driving the van ourselves. This post […]

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    By guest blogger Nicole Mullins. Photos Copyright © Nicole Mullins. TUESDAY, MARCH 12 was a very physical day. I was already sore when I awoke, thanks to all of the wonderful amenities for physical activity at the Voyager RV Resort in Tucson, Arizona. As an exercise physiologist based in Ohio, it’s like a Western heaven […]

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    Story by staff writer Teresa Davis. Photos Copyright © Teresa Davis. ST. ELMO in Colorado is designated a ghost town, but it is also inhabited. There are some modern vacation homes in the surrounding area. It also lives up to its reputation as being one of Colorado’s best preserved ghost towns. Things have changed some […]

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  • 04/03/14--23:11: Strolling Through Savannah
  • Story by staff writer Ann McElfresh. Photos Copyright © Ann McElfresh. MY SISTERS AND I recently visited Savannah, Georgia and with my trusty camera stuck to my face, I recorded our walks. It was opportune timing that I was taking a photography class during my time in this photogenic city. Savannah is steeped in haunts […]

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  • 05/02/14--01:11: The Anti-Vegas Vacation
  • I (sort of) remember visiting Las Vegas as a college student. The glitz and glamour was all too welcoming for a kid who wasn’t even old enough to rent a car. When you’re full of energy and youthful exuberance, what better place to be? Years later I returned to Sin City but things were different. […]

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    By staff writer Cathie Nichols. Photos Copyright © Cathie Nichols. LIVING IN A tourist destination is not always a good thing. In fact, it sometimes borders on being a major inconvenience. For example, during the summer, my family and I do not go to the beach. We live about three miles from the white, sandy […]

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    Story by staff writer Lisa A. White. Photos Copyright © Lisa A. White. ALABAMA IS NOT well-known for its beaches. If you look at the state’s map, you quickly realize that somehow Florida scooted to the west and took what could have been a lot of Alabama coastline. Depending on how it is calculated (do […]

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    Story by Andrew Bailey. Image courtesy John Sullivan, Wikimedia Commons. Las Vegas has grown up from being merely an adult playground to terrific venues for any family to visit regardless of the age of their children. Casinos have evolved into entertainment complexes providing many options, including activities that appeal to families. Given the large number […]

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    By staff writer Cathie Nichols. Photos Copyright © Cathie Nichols. Spending a few hours at the Birch Aquarium in La Jolla, Southern California is as soothing as it is beautiful—unless you bring your three small daughters like I used to do, and then it’s just an elementary school-level lesson in counting. There’s one, there’s two, […]

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    Story by Milli Thornton. Photos Copyright © Milli Thornton. ~ . ~ . ~ . ~ . ~ First published five Christmases ago, this story is being republished by popular demand. The Village Pantry still holds open house every year, and this year it was again held on December 3. ~ . ~ . ~ […]

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    Text & photos © Catherine Nichols There’s no better time than now to start fleshing out your summer plans. Sure, it may be the middle of winter and you may be freezing in your parka and mittens, but there are benefits to planning early. If you make your reservations now, you’ll likely find numerous places […]

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    Text & photos © Catherine Nichols With leaf earrings dangling from my ears, I got in my car and drove three miles to one of the best kept secrets of San Diego. Even though I live so close to San Diego Botanic Garden in Encinitas, California, I rarely visit. I decided to go this year […]

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    Text & photos © Catherine Nichols Vacationing in San Diego, California is a dream for many people, and I know how lucky I am to be here. During my 30+ years in San Diego I’ve appreciated the climate, the endless assortment of outdoor activities, and the natural beauty that surrounds me every day. Rarely is […]

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    Story by Crystal Gabrielle. Photos Copyright © Crystal Gabrielle. AS PART OF MY ongoing house-sitting adventures, I’m house sitting right now in Tucson, Arizona. My work is portable (writing coach) so I bring it with me on house-sitting jobs. I was planning to have an adventurous summer but got bogged down in work instead. I […]

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    Story by Crystal Gabrielle. Photo courtesy Web of Life Labyrinth Tucson. THIS IS PART 2 of my Tucson labyrinth adventure. After walking a labyrinth for the first time ever in Rio Vista Park, I wanted to experience the full moon labyrinth walk I’d seen on Facebook. The Facebook page (Web of Life Labyrinth Tucson) announced […]

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    Story by Crystal Gabrielle. Photo Copyright © Crystal Gabrielle. Driving through the village of Oracle, Arizona on my way to visit Oracle State Park (a dark skies park), I noticed this arresting sign at the local library: The books are bored. Come in and give them a tickle. How could anyone resist such an appeal? […]

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    Text by Estrella Azul. Photos Copyright © Matt Bell & Mark McDermott HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS around the world vary, and we at Milliver’s Travels have an extensive collection of diverse Christmas stories from previous years. This year we’re featuring Christmas Southwest style, with a cheery Christmas cactus tree from Chandler, Arizona and a classic Deer Horn […]

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    By staff writer Cathie Nichols. Photos Copyright © Cathie Nichols. Spending a few hours at the Birch Aquarium in La Jolla, Southern California is as soothing as it is beautiful—unless you bring your three small daughters like I used to do, and then it’s just an elementary school-level lesson in counting. There’s one, there’s two, […]

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    Story by Milli Thornton. Photos Copyright © Milli Thornton. ~ . ~ . ~ . ~ . ~ First published five Christmases ago, this story is being republished by popular demand. The Village Pantry still holds open house every year, and this year it was again held on December 3. ~ . ~ . ~ […]

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