It was about this time eight years ago, that we discovered the magical Kingdom of Bhutan.
Portland’s Japanese Garden has been proclaimed the most authentic Japanese garden outside of Japan.
I was bribed to go to the high school reunion. Bribed with the promise of apple pie and homemade ice cream at the Mountain Creamery in Woodstock, Vermont. Bribed by covered bridges in Cornwall and pumpkin stands all along route 7. Bribed by classic Salt box homes in Stockbridge, Massachusetts and white picket fences surrounding snazzy estates in Litchfield and Lenox.
What’s better than a road trip with a good buddy? Some of you thought: husband maybe? Others of you protested, no way, it’s my dog, of course. But girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, dog, your current stud muffin…… A good road trip friend is a great friend indeed. Just think what you find out about this Continue Reading »
This season–my favorite of the year–always puts me in the mood for memory and stillness.
Barging. The word alone doesn’t conjure much excitement, but here’s what I’ve learned: it all depends on how you do it and who you are with. There are 3,000 kilometers of canals alone in the region of Burgundy, located in central France. Burgundy contains France’s richest network of canals, and the locks that make Continue Reading »
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