World’s richest rodeo

Hang on to your Stetson, pardner. Get ready for excitement, tension and exceptional drama. There’s a rootin’, tootin’, rip-roaring, down-and-dusty rodeo that takes place in Calgary, Alberta, Canada every July – the Calgary Stampede known as the “Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth” – and yep, it’s happening again July 9 through 18.

Anguilla’s laidback charm

“We can take comfort in the fact that some things never change,” writes WAG Wanderer Barbara Barton Sloane. Anguilla’s “water is still azure and crystal-clear, its sands are white and powder-soft; the sky remains an irresistible cerulean blue; and the Anguillan people are still kind, gracious and eager to welcome you to their special island paradise.”

Wine country, reborn

After last year’s devastating fires, visitors to California’s wine country will find thriving vineyards, charming towns, parks filled with history and natural beauty, beautiful vistas and miles of dramatic Pacific coastline eagerly awaiting guests.

Cruising Amsterdam’s harbor

Long before the coronavirus rocked the travel industry, Barbara Barton Sloane had the great good luck to visit Amsterdam and attend Viking River Cruises’ historic launch of 10 Viking Longships.


Barbara Barton Sloane wanders through Bauhaus-accented Germany as the country continues to celebrate the centenary of the influential design school

Haven of history

Saratoga Springs, a city enhanced by health, wealth and racing, was first and foremost a place blessed with nourishing mineral springs, to be enjoyed in any season