Central Florida to Ocala, New Port Richie and Tampa was a perfect tonic after a year of no travel. Glass-bottomed boats at Silver Spring, Ybor City and more.
ReadUpOnIt with Max Hartshorne
Winston Churchill has always been a person who I hold in the highest esteem. Just listening to him speaking to the people of England during the serious times during World War II, hearing how he phrased his remarkable pleas for calm and to do what’s right. He’s the best. I think he is the best […]
I’m now post-vaccine, having had two Moderna vaccine shots and I am ready to resume my normal traveling life.
I’ve finished a milestone, the kitchen that has been a work in progress since 2015, is finally almost completely done.I’ve finished a milestone, the kitchen that has been a work in progress since 2015, is finally almost completely done.
It’s a super chilly early March day out there, the kind of day when you’d much rather put another log on the fire than go outside, I want to walk but….come on, too cold. Hoping it warms up soon. I like this photo I captured of a tiny girl walking with dad when I was […]
Vaccination: My village had a vaccination clinic manned by local volunteers and the select board, after a year of this and I can’t wait for it to be over.
Saturday musings, looking back at the many times I’ve written about Saturday on my blog.
Rangeley Inn, in Western Maine, is home to some of the best snowmobiling trails and skiing in two resorts. An account of a driving trip over back roads.
Skiing next week: Sofie my granddaughter and I will drive 5 hours north to Maine to ski at the huge mountains there–Sugarloaf USA and Saddleback.
Around the world, huge megaprojects bigger than anything before are continuing to move ahead.
I read a story in the WSJ about an interesting twist on a popular topic, charging electric vehicles, using sensors in the road to power while running.
My kitchen remodeling project hits snags when we once again realize that the house walls are never very straight and putting molding is tough.