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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 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’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…

Five Principles of Fantastic Food Tours

As we kick off our 2018 season, proudly entering our fourth year in business there is a lot of fondly looking back, hand horizontally perched on the eyebrow ridge, thinking about how far we have come. I’d like to think I knew what we were doing in year one, and I’m sure I believed me….

Fresh Flowers and even fresher tour updates

Sitting outside on this gorgeous early spring day- basking in the evening sun staying out an hour longer, and relishing the fact that it’s too early for mosquitos- I gotta say I’m pretty jazzed.   This is that perfect time of year when everything is new.  Grass is coming up, buds are popping out, even…

We know what we’re thankful for!

It’s Bread, but this ain’t no wonder bread we’re talking about! Carpe DC Food Tours is Thankful for Bread for the City For the past year, our food tours has been taking locals and tourists alike on culinary and historic adventures through the U Street & Shaw neighborhoods and the 14thStreet dining scene. However, aside…

Here’s comes the sun! Time to get our spring on!

We did it!  A big  HUGE Congratulations to you all for surviving another cold season! Ok, I know we’re not in Fairbanks and didn’t need  snowshoes , but I still think we all deserve a pat on the back for successfully getting though the never-ending span of time between the holidays and the Cherry Blossoms….

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