Lineweaver client Bruce Motko is a great believer in travel and traveling as reasonably as possible! When Bruce was last in, he shared some of these great travel tips, and we thought that many of our other clients would enjoy them as well. For the very frugal on airfare, Bruce says, try Spirit Airlines--known for its bare bones approach (you pay for everything) but savings can be substantial. If youre flexible and read all the fine print (ask someone who has flown Spirit) you can save money. He recommends you start by signing up (free) at Spirit.com to get weekly deals. You can join their $9 Fare Club, which costs $59.95 annually (and does, he notes, automatically renew if not canceled). While he concedes that there is a bit of up-front cost, he goes on to say that it pays for itself after one trip - plus gives the same discounts for everyone booked on your reservation. At the same time, he recommends applying for the Spirit Mastercard (which has no fees for the first year, and annual
Ed had a great adventure this summer when he had the chance to take his 24 foot Sea Ray 110 miles up the Erie and Seneca Canals. Ed and his wife, Gladys, took several days to make the journey and take in the history of the canals from Amherst to Seneca Falls. You can read all about Eds trip, the old canal and lock system, and his thoughts about the trip as part of his article this past August in the Lakewood Observer. A retired sergeant with 37 years of service to the Lakewood Police Department and member of the Lakewood Board of Education, Ed is a member of the Lakewood Chamber of Commerce, the American Legion, and Lakewood Kiwanis. He stays busy as Marine Patrol Supervisor for the Lorain Port Authority and as a polygraph examiner in the government and private sectors. Gladys will retire from Lakewood Schools in March and they are traveling to Hawaii.