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SOP newswireU.S. Citizens with Pending Passport Applications Allowed Temporary Travel Flexibility Within Western Hemisphere - Adults who have applied for but not yet received a passport should present government-issued photo identification and an official proof of application from the U.S. Department of State.
Carolee KaufoldA Little Touch of Ireland is a Lot to Have - The beauty of Ireland can only be matched by the beauty of the people.
Carolee Kaufold I Have Taken A Journey - Over the past few months, I have taken a journey. It was to rest and relaxation. A small island in my mind.
Carolee KaufoldSitting by the Ocean - Sitting looking at the sea could be my ideal occupation. Listening to the waves hit the shore, seem to calm my soul.
Carolee KaufoldHi Ho, Hi Ho, It's Off to Camp I Go - I was a ten-year-old only child! My parents worked very hard to make our life better each day. Every time we moved, it was always to a better apartment.
Terry Sumerlin (Mentor/Columnist)Clearly a Perfect 10 - Before being seated for a delicious breakfast and fabulous sunrise on the lake, I decided to put my luggage in the car and check out of the hotel.
Alan GrayAttendance Growing Like Wild at Folsom Garden Show - A central Arbor with two white Banksia roses arches over the path and steps, with a small lush green lawn on either side, each with its own crepe myrtle sapling.
SOP newswireGlide into the Spring Driving Season with These Tips - Springtime. The fresh buds on the trees are just beginning to open, while the stale salty residue on your car has seemingly become permanent.
SOP newswireTravel Warning for the Central African Republic - This Travel Warning is being re-issued to remind Americans of ongoing security concerns, despite the recent signing of a cease-fire with some
SOP newswireState Department Ramps Up Passport Production To Meet Record Demand - The Department of State remains committed to providing Americans with the passports they need to travel abroad. As passport demand rises to historic levels, the Department is taking necessary steps to meet the challenge:
SOP newswireCanine Program Continues Dramatic Expansion Since 9/11 - The Transportation Security Administration today celebrated the 35th anniversary of the National Explosives Detection Canine Team Program. The program continues its dramatic expansion since 9/11 by announcing the graduation of 12 teams.
Krista BellesOrlando's Best Season - February in Florida is beautiful. While the rest of the country is shivering in cold weather and snowstorms, Florida is basking in 60 degree temperatures.
SOP newswireNew system lets Travelers fill out Single Request for Redress via Secure Web site - Washington -- Travelers to the United States who experience difficulties during airport and train station screenings or at border crossings now can
SOP newswireDespite Risks, Air Still Safest Travel in Iraq, General Says - Air travel is still the safest way to transport troops and supplies in Iraq, despite the recent rash of downed helicopter incidents, a top official there said yesterday.
SOP newswireNTSB Investigating Runway Incursion at Denver Airport - The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a runway incursion today at Denver International Airport involving two airliners.
SOP newswireTSA Permitted and Prohibited Items - With certain exceptions for prescription and over-the-counter medicines, baby formula and breast milk, and other essential liquids, gels, and aerosols, the following rules apply to all liquids, gels, and
SOP newswire12 Tips for Holiday Travel - Pack liquids, gels and aerosols in your checked baggage. For a short trip use the 3-1-1 for carry-ons: 1 quart-size, clear plastic, zip-top bag holding 3 ounces
Shakti GhimireMy trip to USA - I have visited United State of America to attend an international conference in 2005. It’s all about my round trip experience and activities as well as some understanding of New York City and their people’s life.
Colleen WrightWhere You're as Good as Your Word - The vendor is nowhere in sight, but his handmade sweaters and glass ornaments still hang from a rack in the middle of the cobblestone street.
SOP newswireUpdate on Brazilian Investigation Into September Midair Collision Over Amazon - The government of Brazil has asked the National Transportation Safety Board to disseminate the following factual information on the progress of its investigation into a midair collision over the Brazilian Amazon jungle.
SOP newswireHow to Prepare for Holiday Travel Airports and More - WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Air Transport Association (ATA), Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are informing the traveling public how they can prepare for security screening during the busy holiday travel season.
SOP newswire311 Is The Only Way To Fly - At the Transportation Security Administration, our primary mission is to ensure the security of air travel. We use many layers to accomplish this, the most visible layers occurring when they go through the security line. TSA
SOP newswireEducating Travelers on How to Prepare for Holiday Travel - WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Air Transport Association (ATA), Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) are informing the traveling public how they can prepare for security screening during the busy holiday travel season.
Colleen WrightThrough a Ski Jumper's Eyes - It's a well known fact that the city that played host to the winter Olympics twice has a working ski jump, however, Innsbruck, Austria, takes it one step further.
Colleen WrightA Taste of the Alps - This morning the mountains disappeared in a move out of an Alfred Hitchcock film. In their place hung a thick cloud of mist. A dim shadow reached partway up the horizon, a hint of what lie beyond the fog: towering Alps that encircle Innsbruck, the capital city of Tirol, Austria.
Colleen WrightOktoberfest 2006: A Ma of Fun - Number of roasted oxen eaten: 102. Number of beer liters sold: 6.1 million. Number of injuries caused by flying beer steins: 61.
Mike MagdziarzChicago's Italia - This is a narative I wrote in my writer's workshop class. It shows signs of struggles and betrayal.
Inactive WriterTis the season to travel Europe - Backpacking: A road much travelled
Michael CostelloNational Forest's Future at Stake - West Virginia groups say recreational areas threatened under new management plan
Colleen WrightPass the Torts, Please? - The four of them arrived at seven on the dot. The hamburgers sizzled pink on the stove, and oil popped around raw slices of potato that hadn’t yet browned to French fries.
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