Storytelling at Luthier’s Coop in Easthampton, a group of storytellers gathered to share some funny, poignant, and sad stories about life.
Skating has been in my blood since I was a small child learning to skate on the Institute Lake, where each winter Dr. Martin checked the ice.
Co-work in Greenfield. After nine long years wishing I had a place that I could go to work besides my basement office, I’m here & happy.
At the Travel and Adventure Show in Boston, I joined Paul Shoul to give a presentation about travel writing and photography.
Gym, January is the month to get back into the gym. But this time I’m taking fitness classes with Mary Gilman, which is more fun.
New Year’s Eve can often be a letdown. But I prefer to go out to a house party for a small dinner party with great food.
A Good Report, Cap! Is something that my father, Nathaniel Hartshorne, would say to me in his letters. We corresponded often and he said this
Isle of Man. I’ve come the this island off the UK coast to discover, from the famous T/T races, to the railroads to the horse-drawn trains.
Dog owners in China face many rules and regulations following many deaths of humans from rabies transmitted by stray dogs, rules in China.
My first visit to China provides me with some of these observations about the food, the people, the energy supply and what Hainan is like.
Hainan Island is just below mainland China, with nine million residents and hundreds of high rise vacation home buildings, 62 % forest.
Military Museum in Dresden. The Militar Historiches Museum in Dresden, a dramatic display explores the horrors of war and historic artifacts.