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Hunting Season This Year Spares Grizzlies In Yellowstone PDF Print E-mail


Smoky and bear-loving humans can now breathe a sigh of relief. A federal judge has returned the national park grizzlies to the endangered species list in the states of Wyoming and Idaho.

So if you’re considering an autumn hunting trip to national parks in those states, enjoy the scenery but stay away from the Greater Yellowstone Grizzly Bear and family. For more info, www.cnn.com/travel/article/grizzly-bears-endangered-protection-hunting-season-trnd

 
Miami Airport Provides Therapy Dogs For Nervous Passengers PDF Print E-mail


They’re called MIA Volunteer K-9 Ambassadors, and human handlers lead them around to stop for friendly visits with people waiting for flights. Similar programs are operated in Los Angeles, Denver and other airports.

Before you reach out to pet an airport therapy dog or any other strange animal, your travel4seniors.com editor has a story to tell. I’ve had furry pets and many encounters with trained working dogs, and never had a problem … until last year’s Halloween night. While attending a street parade, I approached a woman who said her big canine was in training to be a therapy dog.

I petted him, not realizing he was highly stressed from the loud music and crowds. Suddenly he snapped his jaws on my hand, making a large, deep bite. It resulted in an ambulance ride to the hospital and a dozen stitches to close the wound. Conclusion: Whether in an airport or anywhere else, be aware that even the most domesticated and trained dogs are animals. When they’re suddenly nervous or frightened, the attack instinct can take over with painful results.

 
Ooops! Mispainted Cathay Pacific Flight From Hong Kong PDF Print E-mail


Although the spelling error was caught and corrected quickly, did this mean Cathay Pacific doesn’t give a flying F for rival airlines nor its complaining passengers?

 
Wheel Around Sin City Cheap With Downtown Bike Share PDF Print E-mail


Consider how costly, tedious and tough it is to travel in busy Las Vegas by taxi and bus. If you’re fit and rarin’ to roam, try wheeling around on a bike. For a 24-hour pass, the cost is just $8, about half the price of a one-way taxi or Uber ride. A three-day pass is just $12, and if you’ll be in town longer, a 30-day pass is just $20. Downtown and many other areas of the city have safe street bike lanes. For more info, go to bikeshare.rtcnv.com

 
Singapore Airlines To Again Offer Non-Stop To Los Angeles PDF Print E-mail


After several years without the service, the airline will resume its schedule to the largest California city on November 2. The 16-hour, 9,000-mile flight is available only for premium economy and business-class seating. For ticket prices, schedules and other info, go to www.singaporeair.com

 
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