Jay Lloyd’s Getaway
With Olympic fever heating up, a weekend getaway to the local ski slopes can fuel your own alpine fantasies.
There are two more weekends for model train buffs to enjoy an amazing railroad display at a Chester County open house.
If there’s a big winter getaway in your future but big-time snow is in the forecast, here’s a way to do it with no problems.
If you like the idea of snow-filled getaways in scenic mountain settings but aren’t in the mood for skiing, how about some unique alternatives?
How about a carefree cruise where you and a couple of your best friends pick your own itinerary, choose your own port stops, and stay or go as the mood strikes you?
It’s the age of the Mountain Cam!
What’s that, you say? A “ditty bag?”
It was a start to one of the earliest seasons in recent memory. As a cold snap set in, Big Boulder opened its terrain parks before Thanksgiving and other Pocono resorts weren’t far behind.
After I’ve seen the Rockefeller Center tree and the ice skaters, and the Fifth Avenue crowds become unbearable, I hop the “F” train to Brooklyn.
There’s a reason that Pennsylvania has been tagged as “banana belt skiing” country.
If your old travel photos and movies are gathering dust in the bottom of a closet somewhere, you can now revive the fun of viewing them — even if you no longer have the correct projector.
“ROMEO” is Retired Old Men Eating Out, and informal groups are springing up all over the country.
One year after Hurricane Sandy, the annual arts and crafts festival, plus the brilliant fall weather, is luring many of the regulars back to Cape May.
African plains and an Arctic ice floe are part of a forested oasis not far from the concrete canyons of Manhattan.
Take a drive to the Monday sale at Perkiomenville, off Route 29, and Friday and Saturday sales at Zerns in Gilbertsville.