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Posted on August 7, 2016 by

Oregon Wine Country

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending a friend’s birthday trip to Oregon Wine Country. It was a weekend full of wine, games, and amazing food. Here are a few shots from the trip. A Little Hike My Favorite Vineyard Soter Vineyards was by far the nicest and most beautiful vineyard we Read More

Posted on February 22, 2016 by

The Art & Craft of Everyday Objects

A trifecta of moments happened in the last week to trigger this post. I backed up 350 gigs of photos from the last 12 years to the cloud. So, of course I started to relieve the memories as I sorted through all of the old pictures. Once in a while people ask me for prints Read More

Posted on October 12, 2015 by

North to Leaves & Water – Duluth, Minnesota

Day trips are the best. I didn’t take any big trips this summer but it was full of amazing weekend trips with friends. Sunday was another fun trip north to Duluth, Minnesota. My good friend Kari and I decided a couple of weeks ago to make the trip and based on color reports, fall was Read More

Posted on November 9, 2014 by

Money on My Mind

When I was combing through my backlog of photos from the summer months I found these gems. During my trip to England in August, our amazing hosts lent us a few Pounds for cab fair and me-being-me setup an impromptu photoshoot. They’re just sitting on the glass dining room table. Is it just me or Read More

Buckingham Palace in London, England
Posted on August 13, 2014 by

Traveling in England : All the Daily Blogs

While I was traveling through England I was daily blogging. I am so very glad that I kept at it throughout the trip because at this point… I only remember the highlights. Since returning I have had a number of people say, “Your trip looked so fun… I was reading along.” and others say, “What? You Read More

Posted on August 3, 2014 by

Day 8: Leaving London to Stuck in Boston

We woke with the final leg of our trip in front of us. We were in no real rush to leave England. Our hosts had been amazing and our accommodations perfect. Why return to real life? Due to our lack of desire to travel at all, we waited until later in the day to travel Read More

Posted on August 1, 2014 by

Day 7: Punting in Cambridge, England

I highly recommend going punting if you visit Cambridge, England. Now, after reading that I am sure you are asking, “What is punting?” It’s more or less like taking a gondola ride… but in England. You travel down the river in the middle of Cambridge and see the historic buildings and loads of other “punters”. Read More

Posted on July 30, 2014 by

Day 6: Exploring Peterborough’s Cathedral and City Center

After walking many miles yesterday we decided to take it easy today and focus on the town we have been living in for the last few days. When you have no schedule, choosing the days activities is a lot more fun. Each morning we do a bit of research based on how we feel and Read More

Posted on July 29, 2014 by

Day 5: Visiting Burghley House in Stamford, England

After yesterday’s jet-lag of a morning, we were actually up at a decent time today. After a few cups of coffee with our hosts, we called a cab and were off to the train station. For about £12 round trip from Peterborough to Stamford to see the Burghley House. We had heard this is one of Read More

Posted on July 29, 2014 by

Day 4: Another Day of Transit, Then Landing in the English Countryside

So the jet-lag finally caught up with us this morning. Our hotel room/apartment had no outside windows so it was perfectly dark and sound proof… no one set an alarm, thinking we would get up a reasonable time, but alas… we woke at 12:30 to the entrance of the cleaning crew. We paid the extra Read More

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