Spending a day in Squirrel Hill creates an awareness of community with an easy mingling of multiple ethic backgrounds and religions—people mix together and get along because that’s the way it’s always worked.Read More
Category: Travel Musings
The proper way to yield: If I’m on the highway and someone is coming from a ramp to get on, I move into the left lane—if I can. If I can’t the ramp-driver has to stop. Not so in my city.Read More
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path in South Wales is one of the most ruggedly beautiful stretches of oceanside walking that you’ll find anywhere in the world. Hiking here you not only see incredible sights, but you meet captivating people—a combination sure to draw you back time and again.Read More
Are you as amazed as I am by how difficult it is for some people to get the basic concept of boarding an airplane. The flight attendant, or even the captain, can state the simple instructions with no chance at being heard and understood.
As this blog posts, Jackie, Jenny and I are bound for Wales … we’ll let you know how many silly passengers we observe—and yes, we’ll admit to it if it’s each other!Read More
The basics of this post are from a couple of years ago, but as we travel, we learn more about taking journeys and what constitutes an adventure for each of us. So here it is revisited, double the words, double the fun, right?
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One of the things about winter in the northeastern United States that brings me down is the monochromatic landscape we live with when the flowers are dead, the tree branches bare naked and the grass dormant, waiting. I love color and spring and summer blooms make my heart happy. What about you? What do you do to keep vividness around you all the time?Read More
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