Articles by Jed Vaughn

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Cover Photo - Barefoot Writer Magazine

October 2016

Cover Photo for the Barefoot Writer Magazine. In this issue I was interviewed for an article regarding freelance travel writing and press trips. This is a paid subscription outlet. If you would like a pdf of the piece, please email me.

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Swing Into A Mazatlan Golfing paradise

Nov/Dec 2016 Issue

Lee Trevino once said, “There is no such thing as natural touch. Touch is something you create by hitting millions of balls”.

There’s no better place to gain golf’s Midas touch than at Trevino’s favorite Mazatlan destination, El Cid Resort. This world-class venue 

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Be The Keeper at The New Dungeness Lighthouse - Lighthouse Digest 

Marxh 2016 Issue

A 5.5-mile hike to the end of the longest sand spit in the continental United States, the Dungeness in Sequim Washington is where you’ll find ... more​​​​​​​

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Immersed in the Culture of Old Mazatlan

Spring 2017 Issue

Throughout Old Mazatlan, brightly colored buildings & residences painted purple, yellow, orange, & red line the narrow streets... more​​​​​​​

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2015

“Hold your horses men, there’s plenty of ‘em down there for all of us!” were some of the last words ever spoken by ill-fated Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer... more​​​​​​​

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Easy Escapes in Eastern Washington - Northwest Travel & Life Magazine

Oct/Sept 2017 Issue

With all the diversity Washington State offers for great escapes, the east-central region is typically not the first choice for travelers and vacationers. That said, .... more​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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Swing Into A Mazatlan Golfing paradise

Nov/Dec 2016 Issue

Lee Trevino once said, “There is no such thing as natural touch. Touch is something you create by hitting millions of balls”.

There’s no better place to gain golf’s Midas touch than at Trevino’s favorite Mazatlan destination, El Cid Resort. This world-class venue 

 ... more​​​​​​​

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Be The Keeper at The New Dungeness Lighthouse - Lighthouse Digest 

Marxh 2016 Issue

A 5.5-mile hike to the end of the longest sand spit in the continental United States, the Dungeness in Sequim Washington is where you’ll find ... more​​​​​​​

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Immersed in the Culture of Old Mazatlan

Spring 2017 Issue

Throughout Old Mazatlan, brightly colored buildings & residences painted purple, yellow, orange, & red line the narrow streets... more​​​​​​​

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The Amazing Breckenridge White Coffee - Coffeesphere 

June 2018

Your choices for a morning coffee fix in the wildly popular ski resort town of Breckenridge Colorado are numerous, although, there’s only one that roasts their... more​​​​​​​

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Sailing the Salish Sea

2015

Schooner Zodiac is a majestic historical vessel purchased in 1924 for the Johnson & Johnson brothers. Constructed from mahogany, brass, teak and... more​​​​​​​

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Best Eats in Billings, MT​​​​​​​

Oct/Sept 2017 Issue

With all the diversity Washington State offers for great escapes, the east-central region is typically not the first choice for travelers and vacationers. That said, .... more​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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Swing Into A Mazatlan Golfing Paradise

Nov/Dec 2016 Issue

Lee Trevino once said, “There is no such thing as natural touch. Touch is something you create by hitting millions of balls”. There’s no better place to gain golf’s Midas touch than at Trevino’s favorite ... more​​​​​​​

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Above it All - Ela Faro Lighthouse Mazatlan, MX

 2016 

Perched upon Cerron Del Creston on the southern end of Mexico’s Peninsular Mazatlán, you’ll find a lighthouse that has served this part of the Pacific Ocean since ... more​​​​​​​

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Immersed in the Culture of Old Mazatlan

Spring 2017 Issue

Throughout Old Mazatlan, brightly colored buildings & residences painted purple, yellow, orange, & red line the narrow streets... more​​​​​​​