Joshua Tree National Park is quite unique. Mostly unshaded, it has distinct areas of desert terrain and flora. There are … Continue reading Desert Floor to Mountain Top
Santa Fe, now in our rear view mirror was a fabulous week. We headed south and west on smaller and … Continue reading Bring on the heat!
Hazy, hot and humid end of August days in New York suggested a road trip north to cooler climates and … Continue reading Down East, Up North: what we did on our summer vacation
Traveling by car through the United States has allowed us to enjoy the sights and often the smells of the … Continue reading Topiary and Buttons in Bishopville, South Carolina
The Blue Ridge Parkway always provides incredible views both up close and on the horizon. Over a few short miles … Continue reading Overlooks and steep curves lead to Black Mountain and Asheville
Keeping with the mountain theme of this trip, we made a short detour to the Pocono Mountains to visit with … Continue reading The trail to Front Royal
The Berkshire Mountains in Massachusetts, just south of the White Mountains of New Hampshire, are part of the Appalachian range … Continue reading Bash Bish; is that a castle?
Cathedral Ledge, Echo Lake, Thompson Falls and the Basin are some of the short hiking trails in the White Mountains … Continue reading Waterfalls, Trains and Pollyanna
A very close friend invited us to spend some quality time with her at her beach home on the New … Continue reading An east coast adventure includes dolphins and bears, friends and family
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