Winter travel can mean your favorite snowy destination with ski lodges in the mountains, northern lights, and international holiday décor, or it can mean a…
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Freezing cold air outside ❄ of your home + heating 🔥 inside could = ice dams! These form when melted snow drips down your roof and re-freezes when it reaches the colder eaves lower down. Ice dams may cause some damage to the roof by loosening shingles, rotting the wood or tearing off gutters. Learn more & how to show your home some love to prevent ice dams.
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Is your car road-trip ready for year-end holiday travel? 97.4 million Americans will take a road trip for the holiday.
Festive things to do in New York City at Christmas Time. If you travel to New York in December, here is a holiday guide for everything Christmas in NYC. It's the most wonderful time of the year in this city, so plan a trip to enjoy all the season has to offer!
Make time for a carriage ride through town with Santa and Mrs. Claus at AAA Four Diamond The St. Regis Aspen in Colorado. - AAA Inspector #599
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At first glance, the Neskowin Ghost Forest, some 15 miles north of Lincoln City, Oregon, looks like the eerie remnants of an old pier. In fact, the beachfront spectacle at Neskowin Beach State Recreation Site is made of a couple dozen barnacle-coated Sitka spruce tree stumps from a decimated 2,000-year-old forest. The best time to get the full effect is during the winter, when tides are at their lowest, and particularly following a storm. Photo credit: Race Jones/Outlive Creative