Where Did Everybody Go?

In Toronto, where I grew up, the summer ritual for many middle-income families included the trek from the city to cottage country every weekend from Victoria Day (May 24th) to Labor Day. The weekly migration of the herds could have easily been a National Geographic...

Spring Break Travel

It’s that time of year, when everyone seems to get an itch to go to the beach, go skiing, or go see family just to get out of the house. Spring Break is back, and maybe bigger than ever. According to a survey by Vacasa, a travel website, 56% of Americans are planning...

It’s Often in the Details

We recently ran across a post that looked at housing vacancies in Manhattan that was interesting but got us thinking. Most standard demographic reports include a reference to the number of housing units which are estimated to be currently vacant, and this can be an...

Wanna Get Away?

If the last year and a half of isolation hasn’t been enough for you (or you have realized that you really don’t need as many friends as you thought you did), you might be looking for somewhere remote to go. So, where is the most remote places that you can live? Or go...