The rim-to-rim Grand Canyon hike has been described as one of the best day hikes in the world. However, even if you’re able to do it in a day, it’s better to take your time and enjoy the experience. While Continue Reading
The romantic sentiment that comes with castles didn’t get left behind as early settlers traveled to the Wild West. The open land, pink sunsets, beautiful land formations and free spirit invited the opportunity for dreams to come true. Just as medieval Continue Reading
To celebrate winter, Durango Mountain Resort and Backcountry Experience are hosting Winterfest — a festival full of winter fun! Winterfest is your chance to try out ice climbing, dog sledding, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing and more on Sat., Jan. 14 and Continue Reading
California’s Napa Valley is consistently atop annual travel award lists as one of the best food and wine destinations in the world. This small patch of land produces world-renowned wines. It has also attracted some of the world’s best chefs Continue Reading
American baby boomer travelers with European wunderlust in their hearts are finally seeing some good news on the financial front. For years, the strength of the Euro has kept a great many Americans on this side of the pond. However, Continue Reading
Santa Barbara, California has easily won its way into our hearts as one of our favorite destinations. We recently returned from our second visit and thought an update to our Santa Barbara Top Ten List was in order. Santa Barbara Continue Reading
Bio: The Roaming Boomers is a luxury travel blog spotlighting experience, adventure, learning and exploration. David and Carol Porter, Michigan natives who retired to Scottsdale, started the project in 2008 after the market collapse took away almost half of the savings they’d carefully put together to be able to retire at age 50.
The couple combined their years of entrepreneurship with a love of travel and set off to see if they could build success. The Roaming Boomers do occasionally accept free lodging, food and other gifts, but disclose that in their posts. They hope to build an audience of Baby Boomers who join them vicariously on their adventures. But they also hope to instill their love of travel so that the coming bubble of 79 million Boomers will join them.