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Daytrips: Burley Oak & Evolution

The last few weeks have been quite a roller coaster for me. A lot of really good things have been happening, and unfortunately a good number of bad things have happened too. But I like to think of myself as […]

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Daytrips: Burley Oak & Evolution

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The last few weeks have been quite a roller coaster for me. A lot of really good things have been happening, and unfortunately a good number of bad things have happened too. But I like to think of myself as […]

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La Dolce Vita Part 3 – Up the Mountain

Seven of us rented a villa in Lezzano on Lake Como, Italy for a week. We spent two days seeing the lake from the water and then we were

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La Dolce Vita Part 2 – On the Water

Seven of us rented a villa in Lezzano on Lake Como, Italy for a week. After we felt comfortable on land and explored the area a bit including taking

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La Dolce Vita

After spending five days in Lugano, Switzerland with 65 of my oldest friends, seven of us were traveling on to Lake Como for some R&R. We rented a villa

Vegetarian entree on the Carnival Magic.

Special diets and cruising

Vegetarian entree on the Carnival Magic. You’ve been dreaming about taking a cruise, but is it a possibility if you or a member of your family is on a special

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Switzerland here I come but first stop The Big Apple

I took the bus to New York City. I have been to New York six or seven times in the past ten years. The bus is the cheapest way

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The Glamorous World of Air Travel

A couple of months ago I took a trip and found that my boarding pass said “TSA Pre-check”.  I didn’t notice it until the official at security told me

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Wandering and wondering in Las Vegas

Las Vegas - It’s a nice place to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there. One day when I was there in early May, the temperature hit 102 degrees.

The Navajo Bridges--one for vehicles and the other for pedestrians.

Scenes from the Grand Canyon

The Navajo Bridges--one for vehicles and the other for pedestrians. (Bill Hughes) From May 5 to May 10, we rafted on the Colorado River. We started out at Lee’s Ferry,

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Austria on my mind

Watching Austria win Eurovision last week reminded me of my visits to Austria over the years. The first was when I was 17 and had just graduated high school in

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