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Five Romantic Getaways in Tennessee

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For those in search of a romantic getaway, the Tennessee River Valley has rounded up list of popular boutique hotels, bed and breakfasts and resorts overflowing with charm and offering the finest in southern hospitality. The Commodore Hotel and Café, Linden, Tenn. A boutique hotel in the picturesque town of Linden, The Commodore Hotel offers […]


Packing Tips for Shoes and Boots

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When it comes to packing for travel, shoes and boots can pose the biggest challenges. Whether it’s your most comfortable boots for hiking or maybe your shoes for a night on the town, how can you pack these bulky items in the most efficient possible way? Streamline Your Selections When you’re packing, as far as […]


Testimonial: Member Has Diabetic Foot Emergency, Flown to Home Hospital Within 24 Hours

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While on a caravan trip to the Newmar Rally in Syracuse, NY last September, I started having problems with my foot. A friend suggested I go to Urgent Care. When the doctor saw me, he immediately said: “Mr. Lown, if we don’t do something now, you’re going to lose either your toe or your foot. […]


Testimonial: Member Has Motorcycle Accident in AZ; RV and Bike Returned to Canada

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We were in Kearney, AZ, when I stopped my motorcycle abruptly, it fell over and landed on my left thigh. I ended up with a huge hematoma and was admitted to the Banner Desert Medical Center in Mesa. As it turned out, I required three surgeries and 8 days of total bed rest. Meanwhile, the […]


Testimonial: Member Has Heart Attack in Mazatlán, Flown Home to NH

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Ray and Joella Paquette were enjoying their ex-pat life in Mazatlán, Mexico, when Ray suffered a heart attack in November 2019. He was taken to the Sharp Hospital Mazatlán, where the doctors determined he needed cardiac surgery. They successfully implanted three stents in Ray’s heart, but unfortunately in the ICU he began to exhibit signs […]


Are You Ready to Travel?

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John Latimer, our VP of Travel, has been around the travel block a time or two. His best advice? Remember that this, too, shall pass. Your answer is probably a big no. However, there will come a time when you will be ready. It could be within the next six months or the next eighteen […]