In wildlife management areas, hikers can glimpse animals in their natural, pristine habitat while getting off the beaten path
Americans spend $11 billion a year in pursuit of the blissful happy-ever-after. But what do we really accomplish? To find out, Peter Andrey Smith embedded with the utopia seekers for a weekend in Miami at the first-ever World Happiness Summit.
There’s more to be gleaned from the city’s white-sand beaches than a deep tan
Gone: The days of treadmills shoved into ugly hotel closets. Here: The hotel gym you wish you could take home.
A stylish frame with a touch of the wild
When the Florida Wildlife Commission offered $1500 for the most pythons caught in the Everglades in a month, they had no idea that over 1500 would-be hunters and a cabal of journos would flock to the swamp. From the wilds of south Florida we’ve heard mythic reports of gun-totin’ rednecks and unscrupulous bounty hunters risking life and limb to help rid the pristine Glades of a biblical pestilence. In the final week of the Challenge, Caty Enders went south to see if any of it was true.