Award winning travel journalists, Janet and Stuart Wilson are freelance writers and photographers, specializing in historic travel, outdoors, food and wine. Native Californians with a love of history and architecture, they reside in Sacramento when not on the road. They have written stories on wineries, breweries, dining, RV Travel destinations and journeys set in Europe and North America, especially western U.S.. Their work has been published in the San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, and various magazines including RV Journal, Preservation, Highways, MotorHome and Trailer Life. For ten years they wrote a column called "The Road Less Traveled" for RV Journal magazine. Recently, they blogged twenty posts during an Asian cruise from Bangkok to Dubai. You can read the blog at http://allthingscruise.com/tags/wilsonoceania/ .
They consistently deliver accurate, on time, publishable articles and photos, researched and tailored for the specific publication. A passion for travel infuses their work and comes through to readers.
Both completed the Society of American Travel Writers' Travel Writing & Guidebook Institute in Orlando, Florida, and numerous other courses to further develop their writing and photography skills.
Among their favorite published stories are pieces on the wine regions in California's Sierra foothills, an article on Traveling by RV in northern Italy, and one on Washington's New Dungeness lighthouse for Preservation. They belong to and are active in the Bay Area Travel Writers, and Outdoor Writers Association of California. With plenty of the world left to explore and lots more to discover in familiar places, they're not concerned about running out of destinations or stories.