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As a travel writer/photographer, Don has written a number of travel articles about both U.S. and European destinations. Don writes for a number of publications, having earned a degree in journalism from the University of Illinois. He has been a newspaper reporter, editor, publisher and once even owned his own newspaper. At age 14 he started his own magazine, and today publishes three magazines and has written 12 books. He also worked for 10 years in corporate public relations in downtown Chicago, and while serving in the U.S. Army became editor of the Army newspaper at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Don hosted his own radio show for 2 years and has appeared on Public Television's (PBS) Tracks Ahead program.
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A Waco Tour Through the Heart of Texas

A Waco Tour Through the Heart of Texas

WACO, TX - I’ve heard that sometimes Texans think that they live in their own country. And you might expect that from someone who has to drive for 11 ½ hours just to get to the other side of the state.
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Opening a New 'Door' in Wisconsin

Opening a New 'Door' in Wisconsin

FISH CREEK, WIS - “Explore the Door” is a catchy phrase that lures travellers to a narrow strip of land 150-kilometres-long and 35-kilometres-wide north of Green Bay, Wis., called Door County Peninsula.
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