Fran Capo, Adventure TravelingMom

Fran Capo, Adventure TravelingMom

Fran Capo As an adventurer Fran has bungee jumped, swam with sharks, flown combat aircraft, driven race cars, eaten fire & chased tornadoes. Her other 4 world records: Highest book signing -Kilimanjaro; Deepest book signing - wreck site of Titanic; Most patients seen in 2 days; 21, 695. Fastest theme song to national airplay. She has appeared on over 350 TV shows including; Good Morning America, Larry King Live, Last Call with Carson Daly, Inside Edition, ET, Ripley's Believe it or Not, More than Human ,Martha Stewart and CNN where her segment was voted top 5 watched. She’s been heard on over 3700 radio shows including Howard Stern, Bloomberg news and Rick Dees. As a comedienne, Fran Capo has performed in major comedy clubs from Dangerfield’s in NY to the Tropicana in Vegasto Okinawa for the Marines.


Lumina – Adventure Travel for the Mind

What if you could journey inside your mind in a cool array of colors and images drug free and at the same time release harmful toxins, relieve stress, relax your overworked adrenal glands and open up creativity? Well that’s what our Adventure Travel Mom and world’s fastest talker, Fran Capo, did at Lumina. Using a special strobe light called the Lucia 03, she entered a world usually only open to monks and gurus. Lately I have been told that my adrenal glands are overactive and are always in the “Fight or Flight” response mode, so I need to learn...

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Best Place to Dive with Sharks: Atlanta’s Georgia Aquarium

Shark Bait! Stay out of the water this summer! NOT! Especially, when you’re Fran Capo, The Guinness Book of World Records Fastest Talking Woman and Travel Adventure Mom. Fran thrives on heart pounding adventures that bring her close to those deeply feared underwater predators that make people sweat and hear the dreaded “Jaws” music the moment they set foot in water. Dive with sharks? Read how Fran survived what most fear! Every summer a new thriller comes out about sharks, which causes people to stick it out on the dry sand instead of dipping their toes in the water,...

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Traditional Fun on a Toboggan Run at Pokagon State Park

Adventure Mom Fran Capo goes in search of a cool, cheap, winter adventure and stumbles upon an old-fashioned Toboggan Run at Pokagon State Park that plunges her down a vertical 90-foot drop. After working up an appetite, she heads into an ancient rescued church to eat among artifacts and at the same time help preserve Buffalo. Fun Things to Do in Indiana Although Pokagon State Park in Angola, Indiana, has things to do all year around like swimming, hiking & bridle trials, boat rentals and camping and a gorgeous rustic historic inn with charm and appeal, my childhood friend,...

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Venture into Sensory Deprivation – Total Darkness, Naked and Alone!

Since most of the adventures that I do have an outward adrenaline rush, I thought it might be nice to challenge myself to do what most people are frightened to do the most: face themselves – naked and in pure darkness, devoid of light and sound. To do this, I chose to try a flotation tank, also known as a sensory deprivation tank or isolation tank. In this tank you have nothing but your thoughts, and they say in the stillness of the dark you learn your true self. What the heck is a Sensory Deprivation tank?, I first tried...

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How to be the Perfect Host at the Holidays (or Any Days)

‘Tis the season for parties, lots of them. Which means lots of traveling, socializing and knowing how to entertain. Here for your quick etiquette pleasure, updated for the new social media world, are Adventure Mom, Fast Talking Fran Capo’s tips on how to be the perfect host so you have a happy household filled with guests who look forward to your parties year after year. How to be the Perfect Host Let’s face it, anyone can host a party or gathering at their house, but making it memorable and welcoming long after your affair is over is another thing. If your...

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How to Be the Perfect Guest at the Holidays or Any Days

The holidays mean visiting friends and relatives and lots and lots of parties. Being the perfect guest requires remembering some basics rules of etiquette, updated here for a world of smartphones and social media. Follow these 15 tips and you’ll be the perfect guest–the one who gets invited back because they want you to visit, not because you are a relative!) How be the Perfect Overnight Guest For some, the holidays means staying home and spending time with friends and loved ones nearby. For others, it means travel. Maybe the relatives will be traveling to visit you. Or maybe you...

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How to Be a Daredevil: Walk the Sky High New River Gorge Bridge

The New River Gorge Bridge soars 876 feet high over the New River Gorge near Fayetteville, West Virginia, in the Appalachian Mountains. Walking the more than 3,000 feet along a two-foot-side walkway is a test for steady nerves. Read on as one adventurous Traveling Mom takes the walk and…doesn’t fall off the bridge. New River Gorge Bridge Ever since I can remember I had a burning desire to climb the cables on the Verrazano Bridge. Since I knew I couldn’t do it without getting arrested, I flew around the world to Australia to climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge instead. Well,...

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Putnam Valley Stone Chambers– Mysterious Adventure in My Backyard!

There are several theories of the Stone Chambers in Putnam Valley, but one thing is for sure…someone or some being has left hundreds of them scattered in the Putnam Valley for us to explore and solve. Stone Chambers of the Putnam Valley Sometimes the coolest adventures can be in your own backyard. A local Hudson Valley, New York, resident, Gary Becker, a man of many hats of which one is being an Oscar winning animator, happened to tell me in passing, “Fran, if you like adventure, check out the stone chambers.” “Stone Chambers? Sounds like the name of a Christian Rock...

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What’s Behind that Dam Door, and Other Exciting New Adventures at Howe Caverns

Join Adventure Traveling Mom, Fran Capo, the World’s Fastest Talking Woman, and her son, Spencer Patterson, on her latest adventure where she rolls down a giant hill in a water-filled gerbil ball, and then crawls on her stomach into the bowels of the earth behind a door that hasn’t been opened in over 100 years! Howe Caverns The caves of Howe Caverns in Schoharie County, New York, have been entertaining people below the ground since 1892! (And we’re not talking dead people –we’re talking at a depth of 156 feet or 15 stories below the earth’s surface.) Many people...

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Learn to Fly – The Ultimate Birthday Gift

It’s our parental obligation to help our children learn to fly on their own in life. So why not take it literally? At least that’s what Adventure TravelingMom Fran Capo, the World’s Fastest Talking Woman, thought when she gave her son the most amazing gift for his 27th birthday. Learn to Fly the Friendly Skies Years ago when I worked at WBLS FM radio, I thought it would be cool to be a weather and traffic girl. Not because I really wanted to know when it was going to rain, but mainly because I wanted to fly around New...

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