- The Peace and Power of Gong Meditation and Sound Therapy
- White Sands National Monument…Never Underestimate the Desert!
- Wild horses couldn’t drag me away! In search of wildlife in the Sierra Blanca Range of Lincoln National Forest.
- On the road again to Ruidoso, New Mexico!
- All things Navy!! Annapolis…so many sites, so little time!
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Category Archives: Food
In May we met up with family members from Chile for a long weekend in Annapolis, Maryland. This was their first trip to the Chesapeake Bay area. At first I was disappointed that our weekend coincided with “Commissioning Week” at … Continue reading
I am sooooo not a camper, but when my husband tried to lure me to spend a night in the cabins at Palo Duro Canyon State Park it was the promise of a starlit sky that lured me into agreeing … Continue reading
I’ve been lamenting the fact that I haven’t blogged in quite some time, that I miss writing, and questioning why I allow so many things get in the way of the things I love to do. I’ve had plenty of … Continue reading
NYC is always inspiring! I get hyper just thinking about all of the options… the fashion, the shops, the green spaces, art galleries, the farmers markets, restaurants, the food trucks, the museums. There are so many things to do and … Continue reading
One of the first things I noticed on the streets in the Sultanahmet, Istanbuls Old City and home to some of the main attractions like the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, and Hagia Sophia were the number of happy, well fed, … Continue reading
Autumn is and always has been my favorite season. No matter where I am in the world, when the temperature drops and the leaves start to change color I think of New York, my original “home”. There is something special … Continue reading
This blog is long overdue! I’m a PROCRASTINATOR albeit one that does believe that the universe speaks to us and yesterday it spoke to me. Two friends on opposite ends of the northern hemisphere both asked about my blog, and … Continue reading
As those of you who follow my blog know, I loved my recent visit to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Personally when I visit countries I usually want to get away from Americans in order to have a distinctly … Continue reading
Like most other types of traditional pottery used for cooking, I’ve been taught to “cure” the pottery to make it ready for use. These pots are for cooking directly on the flame. There seem to be a variety of techniques … Continue reading