One of the reasons we go to Indiana the week before Christmas is to view a play our two grandchildren are in – this year it was “101 Dalmatians.” For three years now, Abigail and Soren have attended the Roots School of Theatre in Fishers, Indiana, and have performed in two productions a year. In … More And It’s Only Been Two Days!
Leaving South Carolina early on Thursday, December 15, we drove for 9+ hours in the rain! After spending the night in Chillicothe, Ohio, we knew we had time to stop at a spot we had bypassed several times in the past on our way to and from my daughter Kelsey’s home. On Friday, with the … More Indiana At Its Best!
I know it’s been awhile since I’ve written about our adventures, but we traveled this past week and discovered some amazing things! We left South Carolina on Thursday, October 6, headed to Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, for Bill to receive yet another award for his football coaching. We decided to slow down a bit and take 2 … More It’s Amazing What You Can Find!
Compared to the traveling Bill and I used to do, it’s been a while since we’ve been on a road trip. This past weekend we traveled to Leesburg, Virginia, to the wedding of Erin Kelly, the daughter of our dear friends, Catherine and Ken. We arrived at Lansdowne Resort and Spa in the late afternoon … More A Weekend Filled With Love and Remembrance
On Wednesday, May 25, we were back on the Vermont tourist trail, but we managed to find several things we had never experienced before. In fact, we stepped into the shoes of artists, and as Raplh Waldo Emerson said, “Every artist was first an amateur.” First stop was the Simon Pearce Flagship Store and Studio, … More We Stepped Inside the Artists’ Worlds…If Only For a Day
Even at my age, I attempt to learn or experience something new each day. Well, if I’ve missed a few days along the way, I made up for it on Monday, May 23. Leaving all of the excitement of my son Mathew and Nicole’s wedding celebration behind us, Bill and I headed for Vermont – … More You’re Never Too Old to Learn!
So, our first few days in San Antonio were focused on the rodeo, but the rest of the week was just as full and exciting! In a nutshell, here’s the fun we experienced… Every morning we walked at least 3-4 miles on the Riverwalk extension that runs right by the RV resort – had to … More And the Rest of the Week…
I’ve mentioned this before , but one of the ultimate perks of the decade-plus traveling and workamping we enjoyed is the many friendships that we formed. I can’t even tell you how many people with whom we have stayed in close contact throughout our travels, but San Antonio is the location of truly special friends. … More San Antonio at its Best!
Even as Bill and I quickly approach the one-year milepost of our residency in South Carolina, we still haven’t run out of “firsts.” January 2 was such an occasion as we attended “Nights of a Thousand Candles” at Brookgreen Gardens. Imagine over 2,800 hand-lit candles, in addition to thousands of sparkling lights, adorning the more … More Simply Magical
As one of my favorite writers, Virginia Woolf, once said, “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” Well, Bill and I will be thinking, loving and sleeping superbly after experiencing a midday meal today in the Fowler Dining Room at the International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach. Having … More A Very Special Dining Experience