Over 250 people from around the world gathered together to bicycle 60 miles (97k) from Auschwitz-Birkenau to the JCC in … Continue reading Ride For The Living: biking from loss to hope
At the borders of North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia is Whitetop Station, VA. This is the beginning of a 34.3 … Continue reading It’s all downhill to Abingdon
Situated in the northwest corner of Washington State, the San Juan Islands are gems that attract visitors, adventurers, salmon and … Continue reading Friday Harbor, where every day is FriYAY!
Sidetracked by torrential rain, we headed southwest to Wyoming. We winded our way up to the northwest corner of the … Continue reading Pinedale: a plethora of pleasant piedmonts
Lake Itasca, in northern Minnesota, is where the headwaters of the Mississippi River begin. A few hours drive south lies … Continue reading The Mississippi River, the mills and the metropolis of Minneapolis
Mackinac is pronounced Mack-en-aw, no matter how it is spelled (Mackinaw City on the mainland or the island, Mackinac). The … Continue reading In Awe of Mackinac
Today’s journey was meant to be a 6+ hour walk. A wonderful shortcut happened instead. We rented electric bikes. This … Continue reading Over the hills, through the woods to Sintra we go