In which there are warbirds, mysterious sculptures, ocean vistas, and Edwardian castles–but not all at once.
In which Jen sips tea and witnesses many beautiful things.
In which Jen journeys as north and west as feasible.
In which Jen views canyons at Zion and Bryce, takes some pictures, and falls in love with the landscape, wildlife, and even dry heat.
Photos from Pacific Northwest trip (Portland, Northern California sequoia country, and Seattle) in April 2012.
In which incredible autumn weather prompts me to make a scenic trip to Spring Mill State Park, Tim suggests a visit to St. Meinrad Archabbey, and I take lots of photos of buildings.
Had a relaxing time in Saint Louis this past weekend. As it turns out, it’s a shorter drive to St. Louis (4 hours) than it is to Chicago. Note. To. Self. Cindy and Bryan very graciously relinquished their weekend to play host and tour guide. We decided to do the uber-touristy thing and ride up […]
A drawback of seeking out warmer weather: allergies. When I left Indiana, frosts had pretty much eliminated that problem. Here, not so much. I have a lot of sinus pressure and was glad Russell wanted to spend the day in. It must be a little amusing watching me move around. The room tends to do […]
We’ve arrived safely in Pensacola, Florida. Our rooms at the B&B are beautiful and the proprietors are very friendly (both originally from northwest Jersey). In fact, everyone we’ve met here is extremely friendly. And laid back. The town has a lot of history and has a pretty unique blend of cultural influences apparent in the […]
I see flurries! I tried to get a picture (I’m borrowing Tim and Sara’s Canon for the next week, so I can get a feel for what kind of camera to get for Christmas- donations to the camera are welcome 🙂 ) but the snow didn’t show up. In other news, Russell and I have […]