Meet Sage Scott, the Silver Sightseer
Bitten by the travel bug as a preschooler when her family moved abroad for the first time, Sage Scott loves digging deeper into the history, culture, food, and other aspects of each destination she visits, whether close to home or halfway around the world.
From America’s Heartland, this self-proclaimed silver-haired mid-life nerd girl enjoys sharing fun facts and other fascinating tidbits that allow readers to dive deeper into destinations.
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