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The Nekkid Traveler

Nancy Marine Dickinson

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Freelance travel journalist. I live in the southwest United States but have lived all over the world. As a travel writer, I've been to lots of places others only dream about. I have also been to places no one really thinks about at all. Let me share with you some favorite locations I've discovered in my travels, whether you're planning for a weekend, a week, a month or forever. Check out my website on Examiner.com as the Tucson Getaway Examiner!

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Known as the Gateway to the Grand Canyon, Williams, AZ, is tucked away in northern Arizona on Route 66. As the last town to be bypassed by the East/West Interstate Highway 40, Williams has managed to maintain their small town flavor... more

Randy Buck is the Lead Instructor for the Skip Barber Racing School. With locations across the country, attending one of these schools isn't difficult to plan. If you're looking for a special gift for one you love, whether they're male or... more

Bisbee's history is rich with that of mining and the rough and tumble world of the Old West. Fran Powers, born in Bisbee and (until recently) a life-long resident, is ready to share with listeners the haunted history of Bisbee. From the notorious... more

Debe Branning is the Director of MVD Ghost Chasers of Mesa & Bisbee, AZ, and is also a published author of both paranormal and children's books. Spend an hour with me as Debe shares with us some of her adventures as a ghost chaser... more

Beauvoir was the final home of Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederacy. Nearly destroyed by Hurricane Katrina five years ago, much like the South, it rose again to be better than it ever was. Located in Biloxi, MS, on the beautiful... more

The dates of July 1, 2 and 3, 1863 remain in American History as the bloodiest battle to take place in any war in the history of our country. While the number of engagements, over 2,000, was epic, it was the number of people (over 60,000)... more

The history of Tombstone is one of quick riches and violence to defend it. Former residents of Tombstone include "Doc" Holliday, Wyatt Earp, Big Nose Kate and many, many others not as notorious. Join me for an hour with the Tombstone... more

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