I writing this for my friend Tonya and anyone else who might be planning a trip to the Big Apple. Please enjoy the city for all the amazing beauty, the architecture, the diversity, the history, the art and its charm. Manhattan is my favorite city. I have thousands more to visit. Thus far; New York … More Oh the Joy of New York City!
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is a monstrous building just a half block south of the Washington Monument, on 14th Street here in D.C. When I contacted California Senator, Barbara Boxer to request a White House tour for the time my mom is joining me for my stay in Washington D.C., they offered up … More What I didn’t learn on the Bureau of Engraving and Printing tour today
Long term travel, traveling for months or years, may seem like an impossible dream. Honestly it is not as unattainable as you might think. I began my journey a few weeks back – and I expect to post again on this topic. In the meantime, here are some things to think about. The first step … More How is Long-Term Travel Possible?
My first WWOOFing experience was @ Annie’s place in Garrison, New York. Although I have written about my first few days with Annie, let me share some highlights. Annie describes her farm as a “gentleman’s farm” – a farm that is mainly for pleasure rather than for profit. Which is an accurate description –it is … More WWOOFING @ Annie’s
My second day I woke a little later and a little sore. A day of bending and squats had made my legs sore – a good sore, like I earned it. 🙂 It is certainly a better, more pleasant workout than going to the gym. I so enjoy being in the sun and out in … More WOOFing @ Normandy-Grange, New York – Day 2 & 3
I woke up this morning to the dawn peeking in through the quaint little windows in my room. This is my first WOOFing experience and I’m not really sure what to expect. Without a dreary grey office looming over my morning, I was eager to get up and grab a cup of coffee from the … More WOOFing @ Normandy-Grange, New York – Day 1
After moving Tate into her dorm and spending the weekend with her to settle in, I moved on to start my journey. Turns out my WOOFing hosts were going to be out of town the first night I had planned to stay with them, meaning I needed to find a place to stay for the … More Let The Traveling Begin