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Singer Mikah Meyer Visits SA as Part of National Park Roadtrip

Singer Mikah Meyer Visits SA as Part of National Park Roadtrip

Professional countertenor Mikah Meyer is on a quest to become the youngest person to visit all 411 parks in the National Park System during a single trip. The Nebraska native is currently in San Antonio marking his 129th stop visiting the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. “The main motivation is just truly living to

Out at Sea: Gay & Lesbian Cruises Pull Out All the Stops

Out at Sea: Gay & Lesbian Cruises Pull Out All the Stops

Where are all the non-gendered LGBTQ cruises? Lost at sea? A recent web search returned mostly male-only and female-only results; in fact, most LGBTQ cruises that depart from the U.S. are male-specific. “Olivia is the biggest as far as lesbian cruises go,” says Patti Wylie, a representative for Now Voyager Travel, a company in the

Reconnect with Nature in an Armadillo Teardrop

Reconnect with Nature in an Armadillo Teardrop

The weather outside is perfect, and Emily Pease is sitting in a fold-out chair in Guadalupe State Park with a water bottle in hand. Behind her is a brightly colored teardrop camper trailer she recently finished setting up. Emily is well aware of the benefits the great outdoors offers camping enthusiasts. For her, camping isn’t

Clothing-Optional Retreat Opens Near Former President Bush’s Ranch

Clothing-Optional Retreat Opens Near Former President Bush’s Ranch

A gay married couple has opened a clothing-optional retreat for gay and bisexual men about a mile-and-a-half from former President George W. Bush’s ranch in Crawford, Texas. After an initial investment of $1 million, The Homestead at 3218 held its grand opening on May 20 at Mark Mattlage and Rob Snowden’s 200-acre ranch just outside

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