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Wisteria in Washington, DC & wild horses on Assateague Island. We had a fabulous road trip!
During our recent road trip through Wyoming, we serendipitously discovered Polly Hinds, a dynamic used bookseller & sheep rancher who introduced us to the Churro sheep. This morning I happened to hear an NPR piece on the Churro, “Sacred Sheep … Continue reading
We’re back from our road trip from Denver, Colorado, (where I was born many years ago) to Yellowstone. We left NJ with the trees in full leaf, which is why we were surprised to find a snow/ice scraper in the … Continue reading
Sophie and I celebrated Spring Break with a road trip to Baltimore to explore the National Aquarium, tour historic ships, ride the water taxi, “hang out” in the Inner Harbor, etc.
First stop on our recent road trip with Sophie was a return trip to Mystic Aquarium in Mystic, Connecticut. When she was a toddler, one of the books I kept in the car for her to look at was about … Continue reading
We–Sophie, Linda & I–are off on a short road trip to the Mystic, Ct. & Newport, RI! Last fling before classes start for me & Linda next week. Sophie’s start the following week. We’ll see the beluga whales in Mystic, … Continue reading
Back from our road trip north to Quebec, east to Tadoussac, ferry boat across the wide St. Lawrence River, south through New Brunswick & Maine, west across Massachusetts, south through Connecticut, New York, home–quick summary: discovered 3 terrific used book … Continue reading
We’re off tomorrow on a road trip to Canada, one stop is Tadoussac, where the beluga whales breed in the summer. I’m psyched! I made banana-oatmeal-honey- pecan muffins to sustain us. This is Sophie’s last week of school; (the following … Continue reading
One hundred years ago today–June 9, 1909, twenty-two- year- old Alice Ramsey, with her two sisters-in-law and a friend, set off from New York CIty to drive across America in a Maxwell DA. Fifty-nine days later (41 actual driving days), … Continue reading