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Blue Fern Travel’s Five Favorites- Ways to Support DC Moms This Spring

  As a mom-owned business, we understand the added pressure to succeed in work and at home. We wanted to put together a guide on how you can celebrate mom this May and support other moms in the process. Because if motherhood has taught me one thing, it’s multi-tasking!   Here are Blue Fern Travel’s…

Blue Fern Travel’s Spring in DC Roundup

    We’ve got spring fever! With beautiful weather coming, the days getting longer and the cherry blossoms have come and gone, officially marking the beginning of spring in DC! We’ve put together a roundup of 7 ways to enjoy spring in the DMV like a local.  Georgetown GLOW returns! After having to postpone this…

Blue Fern Travel Favorites: Deaf-owned Food and Drink Businesses in D.C.

Since DC has one of the largest deaf populations in the country, we wanted to share the history of higher education that gave students an opportunity to succeed and 2 local businesses helping future generations to see they are represented in the community.  Gallaudet University (photo courtesy of The Library of Congress) In 1816, Laurent…

Blue Fern Travel’s Cherry Blossom Events Roundup

    The National Park Service predicts DC’s favorite cherry blossom trees are set to blossom the first week of April and with so many fun ways to explore, we put together a roundup of some fun Cherry Blossom centric events so you can get your bloom on!  Update your wardrobe for spring in DC…

Blue Fern Travel’s Five Women-Owned Food and Drink Businesses You Need to Know!

This Women’s History Month, we wanted to take a moment to share some of our own  food and drink businesses within the DC area we love to support and you need to know! As a women-owned business, Blue Fern Travel aims to showcase the diverse flavors and history within the DC region and we take…

A Love Letter to DC

My dearest DC, I love you.  I love how you merge big city and small town perfectly, where there’s always something new going on, but things are still familiar.    I love how Cherry Blossoms predictably dust the city pink for a few weeks, but always leave tourists and locals guessing exactly when and how…

Top 8 Local DC inspired ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day!

Looking for some locally sourced gifts for the sweetheart who put up with you through quarantine? Whether you’re looking for IRL (in Real life) or URL Valentine’s and Galentine’s ideas, we’ve got 8 locally sourced V-day solutions that’ll be sure to make you look like the DC expert you are (or want to be!)   Igloos,…

Blue Fern’s 5 Favorites- Black-Owned Food and Drink Businesses

Black History Month is a time to reflect on the contributions African Americans have made to our past and the ongoing struggle for racial justice.  Carter G. Woodson is responsible for establishing this month as a time to correct the lack of knowledge about Black contributions to our nation’s development, but ultimately, he strove to…

8 Reasons Virtual is Here to Stay

Given that it’s still January, the proverbial references to the new year still count (at least for a few more days).. Along with that comes new beginnings, trying new things and discovery.  While it may seem like your options for activities that get you off your couch are dwindling by the day, in this Covid…

DC Winter Event Roundup

Whether you’re just visiting, new to the area, or a true Washingtonian, winter in the District is such a magical time. Here’s our roundup of the must-dos during the winter season in DC. How many can you check off this winter! Use the bingo card to share your adventures with us with the hashtag #BlueFernTravelBingo….

Importance of Community, especially now..

All this pandemic chaos has got me thinking about the importance of restaurants, our local community and how vital it is they have our support in these difficult times. So we wanted to share our first (holiday themed) post on how they shape our community. To that end, we are DOUBLING OUR DONATION to Bread…

This Time Calls for Action

Learn about our COVID-19 Measures… As much as I would love to tell you we are keeping our doors open, the past few news cycles have made it abundantly clear that that is an irresponsible decision. It is with a heavy heart that we announce we are closing until further notice. We all have to…

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