New Hampshire: Revisiting Lake Winnipesaukee – Part 1

October 25th, 2013

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Lake Winnipesaukee the largest of the lakes in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire seemed like a perfect place for a short vacation and a nice follow up to my article on a similar subject – eating around Lake Winnipesaukee. I really wanted this whirlwind trip to be special as I was introducing someone new … Continued

We celebrated Memorial Day in the US, a holiday to honor the men and women who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. What better way to spend it than visiting the U.S. capital? On Friday afternoon I folded my Montague bike, stashed it in the trunk, and went straight ahead to … Continued

Montana: Shimmering Still The light in the mountainous bowl shifted so tenderly, dusk seemed to last for most of the afternoon. After three months of being on the road, putting on my backpack for a trip into the subalpine terrain of Glacier National Park felt like a welcomed break. The hours of yellow and white … Continued

SEE YOU TONIGHT at Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel 7pm RSVP: Click here! Please join us LIVE October 16 at Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel in Los Angeles for a travel talk! If not, join us October 23 for an  online webinar with the University of Pennsylvania on Exotic Burma! More of our recent news: Aloha Hawaii, Hello Los Angeles Our recent … Continued

Thanks to Johnny Jet for sharing about our Gratitude Travel Writing Contest on his site! WeSaidGoTravel.com’s Gratitude Travel Writing Contest opens September 11 and runs  through November 28, 2013. The theme for the Fall 2013 contest is “Gratitude: A Place That Inspires Awe.” No entry fee and $1,000 in cash prizes. Share your stories of awe and Inspire others … Continued

Sometimes I wish I would have taken my Spanish teacher’s advise when she told my classmates and I to be aware of falling in love when traveling abroad. At first, I was a bit surprised when she gave us that advise. She went from explaining the most important rules and regulations about living in another … Continued

  Apples of gold in settings of silver Wenatchee, Washington, 1999 Proverbs 25:11 reads, Like apples of gold in settings of silver is a ruling (or word) rightly given.” I can’t say that I completely understand its meaning but thinking about a mere moment that I spent just north of Wenatchee, Washington at the Rocky … Continued