Fresh Tracks – Pacific Northwest Ski Resorts Offer Something for All Winter Lovers

Written by Teresa Ristow There are more than forty ski areas spread over the Pacific Northwest states of Oregon, Washington and Idaho. When Mother Nature delivers, each fills up with plentiful snow and winter enthusiasts flock from near and far to get out on the slopes. Whether you’re planning a serious ski trip with all …

Set an Inventory of Your Home as a New Year’s Resolution

Written by Suzanne Johnson There is no time like the present to create a home inventory strategy. We can all find excuses to put off the task of going through our belongings and documenting what we own for insurance purposes. Maybe we’re waiting to really organize our closets and cupboards, or finally have that garage …

Beautiful Bisbee – Off the Beaten Path in Southeast Arizona

Written by Adam Sawyer Imagine what would happen if a village tucked into a remote Mediterranean countryside and an old American West mining town coupled up and had a baby. The offspring plopped itself down an hour and a half southeast of Tucson and a stone’s throw from the Mexican border, and became a magnet for …

A Flood Can Happen Anywhere, Anytime

Floods are the most widespread of all weather-related natural disasters in the U.S., according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Flooding causes billions of dollars of damage across the country, yet many Americans don’t have flood insurance. Floods can happen anywhere, even in low- or moderate-risk flood zones. Some of the homes damaged by …

If Your Child Is Headed Off to College, What are the Insurance Implications

The transition from high school graduate to new college student is an exciting milestone, and moving away from home is part of the process for many. AAA Oregon/Idaho also recommends a review of your insurance for college students. Homeowners and renters insurance tips for students If your student live in a dorm, some personal possessions …