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
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
Unlike Warsaw, Krakow was not bombed extensively during the Second World War leaving the historic sites mostly intact. The first … Continue reading Visiting Krakow and Auschwitz-Birkenau
Staying with friends in the outer boroughs of NY has provided new experiences and lots of fun. Over the past … Continue reading New York fun
The cherry blossoms and daffodils were as shocked as we were at the crisp 30 degree temperature this morning. Fortunately, … Continue reading Museums and galleries galore
The Black Hills of South Dakota take their name from the illusion of darkness and density that the Ponderosa Pines … Continue reading Four Presidents and a General enter the Black Hills…