Archive for the ‘Travel’ Category

The New Sony Audio in the Ford Explorer is Incredible

Posted on December 18th, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

The way technology is changing vehicles is quite a thing to witness. The connected car is a thing of brilliance and beauty. As if our lives weren’t simple enough, now our cars are as useful as our smartphones. Well, I didn’t think it could get much better – but the fact is – when it […]

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6 Tips To Make Holiday Travel Easier

Posted on December 18th, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

Today’s guest post comes just in time for the brutal Christmas holiday travels you are about to endure next week. Here are 6 key things to keep in mind before you get on that plane, train, bus, or in the car to visit your family – from Jennifer Scott:  Holiday traveling is the stuff that […]

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Exploring Ford Sync With The Hunt Challenge

Posted on October 19th, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

As summer 2015 came to an end, the people at Ford decided to create an epic event to showcase their latest development, Ford’s Sync 3. The new touch screen technology in their Escape allows you to easily navigate the city, call anyone in your contacts, change radio stations (or play your music from Spotify), hear […]

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Closing Out Summer At The Races

Posted on September 8th, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

This past weekend, I headed out to Mohawk Racetrack for the final time this season. If you missed my behind the scenes post last month, it’s worth checking out. I had such a blast learning about everything that goes into horse-racing this summer at the track, and look forward to using my new-found betting skills […]


Come To The Mohawk Metro Pace This Weekend

Posted on September 3rd, 2015 by by Lisa Lagace

After my behind the scenes trip to Mohawk last month, I’m excited to return this Saturday for the Canadian Pacing Derby and Metro Pace. Some things you should know before heading out to Mohawk this weekend for the big event:  The first 2000 guests through the door will get a free tee, and their first […]