Travel experiences provide a relaxing break from routine and allow us to meet new people, learn firsthand about an unfamiliar culture, and see beautiful or exotic locations. But what if travel is also an opportunity to serve others?
Having trouble reading this headline? No, it’s not an oversight by the proofreaders at Arcadia News. It is Welsh for “Come with me and visit Wales.”
J.R.R. Tolkien is credited with saying, “Not all who wander are lost.” I saw this quote for the first time on a cute wall decoration with a picture of a camper, and it made me think of our friends, Bud and Doreen Sims. However, they do their wandering in something much different from a camper.
Fifteen years ago, longtime Arcadians Donna and Steve Noel were introduced to a lovely English couple while they toured Arizona on motorcycle. The Brits, as nicknamed by the Noels, ended up living in the Noels’ guesthouse for two months and made many trips back to Arizona in the following ye…
While the rest of Arcadia endured one of the last triple digit weeks of the summer, Chris Luke was off with his family exploring America’s Last Frontier.
Despite the fact that she had never before seen a shark, Sophie Boukatch, 18, found herself surrounded by the predators in the South Pacific Ocean this summer.
Rachel Rodia, 27, is currently attending Concordia University Wisconsin and working toward her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy.
Christopher Callan, originally from Tucson, has lived in the Arcadia/Biltmore areas for 3 1/2 years now. However, he’s no stranger to the West Coast.
“It really is weird in the coolest way – a very unique, gorgeous place,” local Kelly Klauber had to say about her recent trip to Portland, Oregon.