New York Times Travel Writer and BlueGreen enthusiast Amy Koehler explains how to get the most out of the BlueGreen vacation program in the states of California, Florida, New York and Maine.
Read moreAmy Koehlert, ContributorFor the past three years, Amy Koeser has been living in Florida with her husband, a Marine Corps veteran, and three kids in the coastal town of Marfa.
She recently had the opportunity to take BlueGreen trips with her kids, all of whom are in the Army, and she decided that, since she had a Marine-issued firearm on her person, it would be a great time to take a trip with them.
She also was intrigued by the Blue Green brand and wanted to explore it more, but she was hesitant to get into the program because she wanted to see how the experience was.
I went through a few BlueGreen reviews, and I thought that they were very good.
The experience was a lot of fun and the experience of having a gun on me was awesome.
I had a blast.
I’ve never been so happy in my life.
I would go back and forth with it over the course of the next two weeks, but it really took my mind off the fact that there was a possibility that it could be dangerous.
I had a couple of days in Marfa with my family and we went out and we did a tour of the Marfa Police Department, and the officers were really cool.
The first day, they were doing the shooting drills.
I thought they were a lot more realistic than the actual police officers, but they had some really cool guns.
Then, after that, we went to a show, and they gave us some awesome masks and goggles.
Then we went back to the police station and we got a tour.
Then after that was an extended day in the park with my kids, and then we went over to a museum and they were really fun.
Then it was time for our final day in Marfan.
We went back and saw some of the sights, and it was really cool and fun.
The experience was really fun and I didn’t think it would happen, but that’s how it goes.
I guess it depends on the city and the state you’re in.
The people that I’m friends with are all great people, and when you see them on a trip, they’re cool, and if it’s a little more adventurous, then you’ll probably want to go.
I think there are so many different reasons why you should go to a BlueGreen event, but if you’re looking for a way to get your kids out of school and get them out of danger, you might want to check out BlueGreen.
Amy Koesert, Writer & [email protected], twitter.com/amykoehlerAmy Koleser is a Contributor at The Times, covering travel, lifestyle, food and more.