We’re Steve and Ann Teget. We spent more than two decades in corporate America and public education before Ann’s health and Steve’s aversion to middle school girl drama convinced us to try something new. Now we are making the most of midlife and telling authentic stories about extraordinary travel. And yes, we send ourselves postcards.
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How I ended up cooking with The Pioneer Woman's friend, Hyacinth, is an interesting story. When we bought a home where she lives in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, I wasn't quite sure how we were going to fit into this small town of ranchers, Osage, and oilmen. Don't get me...read more
When we sat down at Pivo Brewery, in tiny Calmar, Iowa, I was excited to taste a few craft beers at this new tap room. Then, owner Craig Neuzil came over to my table with eight (!) beers in sampling glasses. I was sure I'd told him it would just be me doing the...read more
At over $1 million per hectare (2.47 acres), Cartizze Hill in Valdobbiadene is some of Europe's most expensive agricultural land. It offers the perfect combination of soil, acidity, sunlight, and water for Prosecco's Glera grape to thrive. Plots of land on this hill...read more
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Making the most of midlife.