I owe so many posts to my blog! I’ve traveled quite a bit since retirement – and boy do I need to talk about retirement – and haven’t written much up. But recently, we spent a good deal of February in San Francisco with our son, and this is one of the stops we always […]
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March 2nd, 2016 · No Comments · Art, Museums, photo of the week, retirement, Site Seeing, travel
February 16th, 2015 · No Comments · Art, Education, Lesson Learned, Musings, photo of the week, retirement, Spain & Portugal 2014, travel
Lesson learned: Put something on your bucket list that you never would have thought of! In October 2014 (see my previous posts about this trip), hubby and I went with Odysseys Unlimited to tour parts of Portugal and northern Spain. One of my favorite spots, early in the trip, was the town of Obidosh. A […]
January 13th, 2015 · No Comments · Musings, photo of the week, Spain & Portugal 2014, travel, Walking
So, where were we? Well, it certainly has been too long since I continued telling you about our amazing trip, isn’t it? Now, what got in the way? The holidays, renovating two bathrooms (down to the studs and structural issues – that’s a multi-entry story in and of itself!), and an unplanned surgery! I began […]
October 17th, 2014 · No Comments · eating, photo of the week, Spain & Portugal 2014, travel
Since I have high-speed connection at this hotel tonight, I’ll just post some pictures of today and the last few days. Tomorrow we head to Pamplona & a parador at Bielsa in the Pyrenees for two nights. Not every hotel has had great internet, so for tonight enjoy the photos!
October 16th, 2014 · No Comments · Art, Food, Garden, Learning Spanish, Museums, Musings, photo of the week, retirement, Sabbatical trip, Site Seeing, Spain & Portugal 2014, travel
All day I say to myself, “I need to blog about this – no, about this, no about this, or what about this?” So it comes down to that I wish anyone reading this could be with me on this trip. It really is turning out to be even more delightful than I had imagined. […]