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I developed a love for travel and adventure at a young age. It began with camping with my mom, sister and brother. I soon discovered that I preferred traveling the back roads. You are more likely to encounter potholes on the back roads, but for me the best travel stories come from the potholes. I hope you enjoy my tales of travel and other things that interest me and I encourage you to share your stories.
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It’s time I come out of the closet and declare that I am a Harry Potter Super-Fan! I took the How Big Of A Harry Potter Super-Fan Are You Actually? and got 56 out of 100. My results declared: “You’re … Continue reading
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One of my readers sent me these pictures of Hamilton Pool on their quest for a natural swimming hole in Texas. Hamilton Pool Nature Preserve is located on a back road, 30 miles from Austin. Apparently the grotto once was … Continue reading
It’s Fudge Friday! Can I get an ‘Awwwww’? Big Sis finally got pictures from Fudge’s performance in this years Wine on the Roof pet fashion show. This years event had a western theme…. Happy Tails to You. Fudge … Continue reading
This is my sister’s cat, Fudge. I’ve never met a cat quite like Fudge. Fudge is a rescued chocolate brown Burmese, that behaves more like a dog than a cat. He walks on a leash and goes everywhere with … Continue reading
In Playa Venao horses are a common mode of transportation for many. Playa Venao is about 30 minutes from Pedasi in the Azuero Peninsula of Panama.
It’s Mother’s Day in the US. I think of my mother everyday, but more so today. I reflect back on the impact she had in my life. I think of her spirit, sense of adventure and love for nature that … Continue reading
It is heart wrenching to see the reports and images from the devastation of the earthquake in Nepal. I read that a part of India slid up to 10 feet in seconds! I simply cannot imagine. Search and rescue efforts continue but … Continue reading