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PS-Uncommon Journeys offers vacation packages and door-to-door service for customers who have the time and means to leisurely travel.

COURTESY PS UNCOMMON JOURNEYS

Thrill at the unbridled beauty of Banff or Alaska’s inside passage, embrace the past on a vintage or streamliner rail car, seduce your senses on a luxury cruise ship, or sip sweet tea from the deck of a paddleboat. The luxury travel/tour company PS-Uncommon Journeys offers vacation packages and door-to-door service for customers who have the time and means to leisurely travel.

Co-owner Kendall Grigsby learned about customer service from a milkman, who advised him to be dependable, reliable, and personable. This approach sets his company apart in a market flooded with DIY travel websites and giants like Expedia and Travelocity.

At any given time, you can find information on 15 to 20 trips — from the Canadian Rockies to the Mississippi River — on the company’s website. Packages range from $2,000 to $10,000. But don’t expect to pay for your passage via the Internet. “We don’t sell anything online,” says Grigsby, who favors a personal approach. “We want to talk to you one-on-one.”

Getting from point A to point B and back again has never been so luxurious.

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