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As an adventure traveler, I look for activities that are not the standard, but truly exceptional and perhaps off the beaten path, challenging, or a tad bit wacky. This fall, I took my maiden voyage through the Greek Isles of Mykonos and Santorini with stops in historical Athens and Olympia’s port, Katakolon. Although I found.

Life’s Too Short to Drink Bad Wine

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I’m a wine lover and well-traveled. I’ve ventured to Mendoza, Argentina (shown above) to sample the best of Malbec, across the pond to Spain to imbibe the lovely Rioja, over to Oporto, Portugal for a good tawny port, and up to the Finger Lakes in New York for world renowned Rieslings. Along with my wine.
Earlier this season, I took my yearly pilgrimage back to my hometown in Western Wisconsin to see friends and family. It’s always a welcoming feeling to see the lush, rolling hills, witness the gorgeous limestone bluffs, and of course partake in what Wisconsin is famous for: cheese, beer, brats, and of course the green and.