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                                An ocean view along the rocky Oregon coast near Cape Arago, where tilted layers of sandstone and shale are a unique feature.
Finding peace along Oregon’s wild coast

There is a palpable difference between the Northern California and Oregon coasts, and it’s not just the signs that say, “Last chance to stock up on cheap cigarettes,” just across the Oregon border. Read more

On the Reis family’s road trip in June to explore the southeastern U.S. — 10 states in 15 days — Treson and Casie Reis discovered the Makai Beach Resort in Ormond Beach, Fla. Photo by Christine Reis.
Signs of Hawaiian Life, Dec. 1

Email “Signs of Hawaiian Life” photos to or mail to Signs of Hawaiian Life, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813. Read more

                                A little planning goes a long way toward a successful visit to Walt Disney World, the world’s busiest theme park. To that end, author Susan Veness offers “Walt Disney World Hacks: 350+ Park Secrets for Making the Most of Your Walt Disney World Vacation.”
Insider tips to make the most of a Disney World vacation

If your family travel plans include a vacation to “the most magical place on earth” you’ll want to access the tips and tricks of park veterans to make the most of your trip and to keep stress levels low. Read more

                                Photo staffers at the Los Angeles Times and several teachers share their tips for better photography. See below.
Try these tips to get great travel photos

The path to better photography is the same as a musician’s route to Carnegie Hall: practice, practice, practice. But these tips, hacks, ideas and tactics will get you there faster. Read more

                                The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., features quotes from King’s speeches.
Family travel five: Visit U.S. civil rights landmarks

Embark on a journey of discovery and understanding when you and your family visit these destinations and landmarks that play a part in the American civil rights story. Here are five to consider. Read more

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