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Dealing With Covid-19 Through Santa Fe and Colorado Springs

Recently, in June 2020, my wife and I ventured on our first real trip in months. Our June trip to Paris had been cancelled, so we decided to take a road trip from The Woodlands, Texas to visit our son in Colorado Springs.

Historic Royal Gorge Bridge over the Arkansas River in Colorado, USAThe historic Royal Gorge Bridge over the Arkansas River in Colorado, USA 
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The Mysteries of the Miraculous Staircase at the Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe

Three mysteries surround the Miraculous Staircase at the Loretto Chapel in Santa Fe: who built it, the engineering behind its construction, and the materials used.

Stained Glass Windows  Stained Glass Windows and Crosses in the Loretto Chapel © Janie Pace

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Traveling Through the Eye of the COVID-19 Storm

The Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020 has changed our lives this year, and all indicators show that we are not clear of the dangers yet. My tale is a personal one as we were very close to Ground Zero when it hit the airwaves at the beginning of the year. What started as a few cases in Wuhan, China quickly spread to other parts of Asia. The media picked up on it, and the rumors started flying.

02-03-2020 Airline billboard showing cancelled and no status due to pandemic

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5 Things I Can't Travel Without

We are pleased to share member byline content created by our food, wine and travel writers. To publish in our magazine or this blog category, we require original content that meets IFWTWA goals and professional standards. The following article, by member Liz Orient, originally appeared on The Traveling Editor — All Rights Reserved. 


Open suitcase with camera, notebook, hat & other essentials

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