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Friends, Roamin’ Countrymen

We’ve tried a lot of things for the first time during self-isolation: Baked biscuits from scratch; churned homemade ice cream; even learned to install a gate latch (and use a drill!) We also tried our hand at designing custom luggage. Well, sort of. The good people at ROAM Luggage reached out to us with the opportunity to custom create our […]

A Cruise Ship Cabaret In Your Living Room

While vacations are on hold for tens of millions of people, that hasn’t stopped any of us with 24/7 wanderlust from finding ways to recreate the joys of travel. Even in small ways. VACAYA, the newest company to offer all-LGBTQ travel experiences from buying out entire ships for cruises to booking entire resorts for land vacations, has a temporary solution. […]

Pink Traveler: Summer On The Slopes

Right about now, we’re a little tired of the cold, dreary weather in Dallas. Sure, we’ve been spared any major wintry weather (so far), but our thoughts are already drifting to sun-soaked beaches and men in square-cuts carrying each other piggyback through clear, shallow waters sipping frozen drinks with tiny umbrellas in them, laughing at the perfection of their lives […]

Pink Traveler: Elcome To Atlanta

Cascading aterfalls. Single-malt hiskies. Gigantic ieners. Some of the best things in life aren’t nearly as good without a W in them. Luckily, Atlanta, Georgia has not one, but three W Hotels, two of which we visited recently to check out their spectacular, multi-million-dollar renovations. The focus of this quick trip was mostly to experience these two hotels, but we […]

Pink Traveler: Where Winos Meet Rhinos

When the sommelier pairs a white wine with beef, we consider that quite the adventure. So imagine our excitement when we first heard about Safari West, a place that brings together glamping, wild animals and vino all in one spot. Known as the Sonoma Serengeti, the 400-acre reserve in Santa Rosa, California is owned by Peter and Nancy Lang, a […]

Sleeping Around San Diego

Chances are you wish you were cold right now. Not nips-poking-through-your-shirt cold, but comfortably cool. We know we are, which is why we’re dreaming of the San Diego area 24/7. Anywhere but Dallas, really. We just got back from a quick weekend to SoCal and darn if patio heaters at night in August aren’t something we could get really used […]

Gay It Up In Sonoma County

Spontaneity is the key to a great life. (At least that’s the line we’ve been rehearsing in our heads for months.) But if you’re a get-up-and-go type of guy, we have a last-minute vacation that you simply shouldn’t overlook. Sonoma County’s Out in the Vineyard presents its annual Gay Wine Weekend July 18 to 21 with way more to do […]

The Pride Of Richfield, Minnesota

Few people make me laugh harder than Miss Richfield 1981. She’s a staple of Atlantis Events cruises, a summer fixture in Provincetown, and an international spokesqueen for travel site Orbitz. Despite her less-than-sensible shoes, she sure gets around. So when presented with the opportunity for a brief chat with the Legend of LOLs, I jumped at the chance. Besides, there’s […]

Simply Amahhhzing!

When it comes to reality shows, we’re Team Competitive over Team Housewife any day. In other words, we pretty much only watch shows that pit people against each other toward a goal of making their lives better, not trying to see who can be the biggest bitchy fame whore. Whether’s it’s crafting on Making It, sewing up a storm on […]

Sleeping Around California’s Central Coast

California produces some of the best wine in the world: Napa. Sonoma Country. Our cousin Shirley’s Fresno bathtub. But until late last year, we’d never had the opportunity to explore California’s Central Coast in person or more specifically, the San Luis Obispo region. (However, we’ve explored many a bottle from there in the comfort of our own back yard.) Much […]