Finally, I’m off on my travels to our southern neighbor, that would be Mexico in case you are wondering which neighbor I’m referencing. My sis and I are renting a home in San Miguel de Allende for several months and it is wonderful to be on our way, after weeks of planning and preparing for… Continue reading I’m Traveling to Where?
As part of iPhriday’s weekly event, these are the pictures I took yesterday and today in New Hampshire and Vermont. https://graydaysandcoffee.wordpress.com/2016/06/17/iphriday-the-flowers-dont-seem-to-mind/
Just returned from a road trip to North and South Carolina, but turned back after reaching Cumberland Gap because of torrential rains and hurricane warnings. Headed back west until blue skies appeared in Kentucky and Arkansas. The pictures were some taken during that wet and then sunny journey. Fav Foto Friday #12 URL … Continue reading Fav Foto Friday #12 Change of Plans
“It is hard to fail, but it is worse than to never have tried” – Theodore Roosevelt Today’s post is a result of the weekly challenge from My Red Page about the above quote. https://myredpage.wordpress.com/2015/06/23/red-echo-date-2/ It seems to me that there is a blurry line between failure and success; a line based on one’s perception… Continue reading What Does Failure Look Like?
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Earlier this summer, my parents went on a long-awaited Alaskan cruise. It had taken my father until his retirement to convince my mom, the infamous Babs, to set foot on the next Titanic. She readied herself with Dramamine and shock therapy and off they went. Over the coming days,…
Summers always remind me of vacations we took as kids. I recall one particular trip that six of us piled into our ’54 Ford and drove from Littlefield, TX to California. Some may remember that in the summer of ’55 most cars did not have air conditioning (ours was one of those), I-40 was still… Continue reading Water Bags and Sleeping Bags