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Broadway to Chipping Camden – Hiking in England – Post 2

October 17th, 2016 · No Comments · Hiking England: Cotswold & Cornwall, Itinerary, Musings, photo of the week, retirement, Site Seeing, Walking

Our first day on our recent trip with Road Scholar set the tone for the next two weeks, that’s for sure! The days of hiking were a blast; but the first couple of days were a real challenge! A red eye from Boston to London, a drive out to Mickleton left little time in the […]

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A sneak peek at some of our recent hikes in the UK

October 10th, 2016 · 3 Comments · photo of the week, retirement, Site Seeing, travel, Walking

We just returned from a trip with Road Scholar hiking some of the UK – the Cotswolds and Cornwall in particular. It was challenging and wonderful. With 3000 pictures to sort out, I can only provide a sneak peek for now! The first three photos are along the Coast Path in Cornwall. Stunning scenery, challenging […]

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Van Gogh sleeps…

March 9th, 2016 · No Comments · Art, Museums, Site Seeing, travel

Cross posted from Welovemuseums.com Or at least his bedroom is in Chicago…   On the last Thursday of February, hubby and I stopped by the Art Institute of Chicago. I say stopped by because we were on a break between trains on our way from San Francisco to Springfield, MA via Amtrak.   What a great […]

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With a camel at the San Francisco at the Asian Art Museum…….

March 2nd, 2016 · No Comments · Art, Museums, photo of the week, retirement, Site Seeing, travel

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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Be a traveler, not a tourist.

December 7th, 2015 · No Comments · Art, Education, Museums, Musings, Teaching & Learning, travel

“The traveler sees what he sees. The tourist sees what he has come to see.”  G.K. Chesterton   Just a couple of months ago, in September, hubby and I enjoyed an amazing trip with Odysseys Unlimited to Eastern Europe.  I had wanted to post each day while on our trip, but evening tiredness, and really […]

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