While You’re in Japan . . . Check Out Tama Hills!

Only 45-minute’s drive from Yokota AB and downtown Tokyo, the USAF-run Tama Hills is a relaxing, green and welcome recreation area complete with rolling hills, and thick forests set gently in the middle of Tokyo’s vast concrete jungle. It is divided into two main areas: the golf course and the recreation area. According to the […]

The Gardners Discover Japan

We’ve had the good fortune of traveling with Jerry and Mary Edsen last year, and so we eagerly looked forward to another adventure. Both are retired Air Force, so they know the ropes of Space-A travel. They also possess those two characteristics that are absolutely required – patience and flexibility. We had planned this trip […]

The Wares Cruise the Gulf Coast

Feb. 9, 2010: We left home in Mississippi to visit friends from Pipestone, MN. They were staying in timeshares in Weston, a western Ft. Lauderdale suburb. We first met our friends when they stayed with us in 2004. We are all members of the Affordable Travel Club (ATC) (www.affordabletravelclub.net). Let me explain this travel club. […]

Marv & Carole Feldman Take on Peru

Editors note: This is part one of a three part series on their visit to Peru. Some 14+ years ago, we made our first trip to Andean Peru, visiting Lake Titicaca, Cusco and Machu Picchu – a fantastic trip in itself. But the Shining Path and Tupac Amaru were terrorizing and kidnapping foreigners in other […]

Stan & Dee Ink Storm the Rockies

Wednesday, July 6, 2011 – Dee and I left home at 1500 to drive to Tampa in hopes of getting a flight early the next day to Colorado Springs, CO. We were going there to visit our daughter, Sharon. We spent the night at a La Quinta on Gandy Blvd , as there was no […]

The Many Adventures of MSG Walter & Shanna Spicer of Taylorsville, Utah

Friday, Nov. 4, 2011: We left Hill AFB,UT, about 1600 on a C-17 cargo plane, flying military Space-Available Travel heading for McChord AFB near Tacoma, WA. As we were walking toward the aircraft to board, Shanna was amazed at what she saw. We entered by walking up the rear ramp, built to carry Abram tanks […]