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Economy, gas prices didn't hamper summer travel in Arkansas, officials say (Arkansas News Bureau)
By Jason Wiest Arkansas News Bureau LITTLE ROCK - As the daylight hours shorten and the summer travel season winds down, Arkansas tourism officials say early indications are that business was steady despite rising gas prices and a falling economy.
Get the Most Out of Family Road Trips (Carteret County News-Times)
(ARA) - The summer travel season is here and you're wondering where to go and what to do. But visions of summer vacations may change this year due to sky-high airline fares and the weakened U.S. dollar. How can you still plan the perfect family getaway? The answer is simple.
Time Share: A Great Vacation Opportunity for the Family (Carteret County News-Times)
(ARA) - With a busy family, hectic work schedule and decisions to be made daily on a variety of topics and issues, one thing the average person does not want to struggle over is where to vacation to get some rest.
Backyard Escapes Won't Break Summer Travel Budget (Carteret County News-Times)
(ARA) - In the wake of airfare increases and rising gas prices, many Americans are seeking creative ways to fulfill their urge to travel. By choosing destinations that are close to home and accessible on one tank of gas, travelers can easily track their expenses while enjoying the travel experience.
Social club to offer family pizza party (Ventura County Star)
The Social and Travel Club of Simi Valley will host a family night pizza party from 6 to 10 p.m. Sept. 27 at St. Peter Claver Parish Hall. Along with pizza, drinks, salad and dessert, the event will feature music, door prizes and games.
After Dallas takes S.A. jobs, it brings travel dollars to the city (San Antonio Express-News & KENS 5)
Ken Rodriguez: It wasn't vacation as usual for The Rodsquad, the name my wife has assigned our family of five.
A Little Planning Can Make for the Most Memorable Family Gatherings (Carteret County News-Times)
(ARA) - Many families will be gathering this summer to share traditions and make new memories. More than seven out of 10 people agree that the best way to continue their family's traditions is through gatherings and celebrations, according to a new survey by Kelton Research.
Officials: Economy didn't hamper state summer travel (The Morning News)
LITTLE ROCK -- As the daylight hours shorten and the summer travel season winds down, Arkansas tourism officials say early indications are that business was steady despite rising gasoline prices and a falling economy.
Saskatoon family ready to travel the world (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)
The Great Wall of China, Egyptian pyramids, Leaning Tower of Pisa and Stonehenge are just a few of the landmarks a Saskatoon family intends to see in the next 12 months, but none will be as special as a stop they've planned in Japan.
A Rescue Chain: Animal lovers pitch in to reunite Marine's family with their dog (Winston-Salem Journal)
"It's going to be great, especially since my son and Summer are very close." When Brandon Wells dropped his dog Summer off at an animal-rescue shelter in California, he knew she would be taken care of. But the United States Marine Corps sergeant never expected the pet, who was too lame to travel with his family after he was transferred from a base in San Diego to Jacksonville, to find her way ...