Cruising the Great Lakes

Some of my favorite times, though, were spent on deck, sipping coffee in the morning or a gin-and-tonic in the afternoon as we sailed Lakes Huron and Erie, then passed through the Thousand Islands archipelago at the mouth of the St. Lawrence. … More Cruising the Great Lakes

Terri Colby discusses Cecil the lion and big-game hunting on WTTW

http://chicagotonight.wttw.com/2015/08/03/tracking-big-game-tourism-travel-writers-perspective I was interviewed by WTTW anchor Phil Ponce on Monday (Aug. 3, 2015) about big-game hunting in Africa and the outrage over the killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe. Many Americans don’t realize that big-game hunting is legal in much of Africa. However, it seems clear that Cecil’s hunting wasn’t conducted in a … More Terri Colby discusses Cecil the lion and big-game hunting on WTTW

Check out Ugobags for affordable, custom suitcase

I hate waiting for my bags to come around on the luggage carousel at the airport. Even when I have a bright red piece, or have attached a flashy ribbon or tag to a black suitcase, there always seems to be another piece that looks a bit like mine. With this suitcase, I don’t think I’ll be doing any double takes. … More Check out Ugobags for affordable, custom suitcase

Chopin and Warsaw

If you’ve been to Warsaw, no doubt you’ve noticed the adoration that still swirls around composer Frederic Chopin. Now, there’s news that his heart, kept in a Warsaw church, has been exhumbed and examined. Take a look at the story here.