New England - off the beaten path
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I'm blogging on my Route 6 blog, so no time to write or read here until later this summer. Just saying hi - and making sure that Taps was OK..... Follow me here: http://stayonroute6.blogspot.com/ Sign in to see full entry.
Annie Oakley is not the first name that jumps to mind when thinking about perfume. Channel, perhaps, or Dior....but Oakley? Sure - she was gorgeous. And talented; with a gun, on a horse, as a Buffalo Bill Cody Wild West Show star and Peerless Lady Wing-Shot. But did she smell good, too? I hope to... Sign in to see full entry.
I'm not sure why we feel we must explain our absence from Blogit - especially if it's been for a very prolonged period. It's probably because our virtual friends might begin to worry. So - don't worry - I'm fine and happy. Anyway - to answer Taps question about what I'm doing now, since I don't... Sign in to see full entry.
This is long, but not as long as my whole Cross-Country itinerary. For those who didn't read my last post - I'll be taking a Cross-Country trip on the longest contiguous federal road in the USA - ROUTE 6; begins in Provincetown, MA and ends in Bishop, CA - formerly in Long Beach, CA. No, Sammy - I... Sign in to see full entry.
It's been over half a year since I posted on this blog, but not for lack of travel planning. In fact, I'm working on a cross country trip that will take me from Provincetown, MA to Long Beach, CA in late May - June this year. I've been contacting all cities and towns and booster-types along the... Sign in to see full entry.
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If you ever find yourself in the vicinity of Boston, you MUST book a North End Market Tour. This was one of the most entertaining 3 plus hours I've ever spent prowling from tiny market to bakery to wine shop, learning about Italian food, drink, traditions, home remedies, history - and even how "red... Sign in to see full entry.
I wrote this for Newsday: ButtermilkFalls Inn & Spa 220 North Rd. Milton, NY www.buttermilkfallsinn.com WHY: Featured onthe National Geographic “Stay” list, the eco-friendly Buttermilk Falls Inn,which juxtaposes renovated 1700’s cottages with abstract contemporary buildingson 75 acres, is no longer... Sign in to see full entry.
I’ve roamed the globe as a travel writer, but nothing excites me more than exploring the nooks and crannies of my own back yard. There are eye-catching, inexpensive, gracious and worthwhile establishments in Greenwich without the advertising budget of, say, Saks Fifth Ave. whose weekend mega sale... Sign in to see full entry.