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Traveling Abroad

Day 22: Niagara Falls, Ontario

Day 22: Niagara Falls, Ontario Blue. It's a color that many of us love. To those who know me, it is almost more of an obsession. How many of you have heard me make remarks about that beautiful shade of cerulean blue? Or watch me eat my blue M&Ms last so that I can enjoy looking at them the longest?...more
May 30th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Day 21: Driving thru Canada to Niagara Falls

As I had described on Day 15, what I share with you is only a small portion of what I do in a day. Going to so many places, so far away, involves a lot of driving. Today was another one of those days where driving was the main attraction of the day. This isn't...more
May 29th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Day 20: Ontario, Canada-Bonnechere Caves

Day 20: Ontario, Canada-Bonnechere Caves When you are truly passionate about something people take notice. Everyone that you know, and some you don't, supply you with more information about the subject of your heart and the knowledge and experience simply snowballs. A wonderful effect of passion, because each day brings something new. In planning my trip I decided a visit...more
May 28th, 2011 | 1 Comment

Day 19: The Remington Museum in Ogdensburg, NY

Day 19: The Remington Museum in Ogdensburg, NY The old American West was a time, and a culture, in itself. A tumultuos time where your next dinner depended on your hunting abilities, and natives were in tense relationship with the cowboys and pioneers invading their lands. Today the world is small. We are interconnected with technology and an unknown land is no where...more
May 27th, 2011 | No Comments

The First Stamp: Journey from the U.S. to Costa Rica

Much like a 6 year old on the night of Christmas Eve, I couldn’t manage to get a full night’s sleep. Traveling had become something of a drug that I needed in regular doses, and today was the day I stepped up to the more addictive substance:  My first stamp in my crisp, new passport....more
August 6th, 2010 | 1 Comment