What better way to throw cares to the wind than rolling down the window, stepping on the gas and heading off on a cross-country road trip? East, west, north, south—the direction matters little; it’s the thirst for adventure that counts. Satisfaction is found not just in big-city destinations like New …keep reading
Driving the Alaska Highway—also known as the Alcan—isn’t your average American road trip. You won’t find diners and motels along the 1,387 miles of subarctic wilderness. But you will find astounding vistas that encompass snow-covered glaciers and roadside attractions like eagles, bears, caribou, moose and bison against a backdrop of …keep reading
As classic cars have started gaining worldwide recognition, attendance at auto events has grown in the past five years, says Steve Linden, president of Specialized Vintage Vehicle Services, a vintage car consultancy. Events run the gamut from quaint neighborhood gatherings at local railroad stations to week-long extravaganzas …keep reading
This year, the National Park Service (NPS) celebrates its first centennial.
But did you know that when President Woodrow Wilson signed legislation to officially establish the NPS, there were already 21 federally protected parks in the United States?
Preserving America’s natural resources, geological wonders …keep reading
With its majestic mountains, world-class coffee shops and stunning architecture, Seattle is a traveler’s dream. GEICO recently opened an office just outside the Emerald City, which prompted us to get to know the city—and all of its splendors—better.
Rain? Not So Much
Seattle is famous—and sometimes …keep reading