Quoddy

11 Feb 19
ToucanTalk

The lighthouse looks the same, but I think the palm trees are a bit of a giveaway. We just arrived in Hope Town. More later once we get ashore and check out the village.

07 Feb 19
Written in Ink

Who says what MY life should be?

06 Feb 19
Maya Angelou

General information: Capital city: Washington DC National independence: 4th July Motto: In God We Trust Largest cities: New York City, NY, Los Angeles, CA, Chicago, IL, Houston, TX, Philadelphia, PA, Phoenix, AZ. Highest point: Denali in the state of Alaska Lowest point: Death Valley in California Largest state: Alaska Smallest state: Rhode Island National bird: […]

15 Jan 19
LDNfashion - The definitive fashion guide to London

Premium fashion tradeshow Jacket Required has announced a series of talks with industry experts, kicking off with British fashion designer Christopher Raeburn. The Christopher Raeburn “In Talks With” session will be held at 2pm on Wednesday 23rd January at the Old Truman Brewery in London. The session will also include a panel of other industry […]

06 Jan 19
Life on the Fritz

I mentioned in an earlier post that Mrs. Fritz was not yet Mrs, but rather Miss. That has since changed. We celebrated our union in grand style and followed it up by driving our van to Cape Breton. We settled at this unusual honeymoon option after considering many more conventional trips: flying to an island […]

01 Jan 19
Maineknitspintravel

Six months have passed since I sold the condo, bought a teardrop trailer and left my home state of Maine. It’s hard to know where to begin—back in July 2018—or now, on New Years Day, 2019? Starting with pictures, since taking pictures is one of the passions driving this trip. My teardrop trailer is a […]

28 Dec 18
Selina R Gonzalez

As the end of 2018 marches steadily toward us, I thought I would take a moment to reflect on the past year. What’s happened, what I’ve accomplished, and what I’ve learned. Lessons of 2018: Be more present Colorado is my home Be aware of my attitude Make time for things I enjoy Make memories with […]

28 Dec 18
Bacchus

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23 Dec 18
Not So Nomad

“When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.” Ansel Adams In an earlier blog, Puffin & Puffin, I had mentioned how Cobscook Bay deserved its own review. Well, here it is… It can be quite hard to find the right words at times to […]

23 Dec 18
helmicblog

23 December 2018 Our blog, helmicblog, chronicles our travels in North America from 2016 to 2018 in our faithful motorhome Wanda. She has now moved on to new caregivers and our travels in North America have come to a conclusion.   The blog started with a prologue so I guess it should end with an epilogue. […]

19 Dec 18
Fun, info & Entertainment blog

[ad_1] Premium fashion event, Jacket Required, to be held on January 23 and 24, 2019, in London, will show eco brands joining its edited global roster of contemporary menswear, breakthrough talent, selected womenswear, footwear, accessories, and lifestyle products. It will show the Blackhorse Lane Ateliers promoting denim sustainability and the ‘remade’ ethos. The only jeans […]

19 Dec 18
Salt&Granite

Manufacturing jobs are politicians’ favorite subject. Every region needs more manufacturing jobs, they’re good jobs, they’re high-paying and magic and they grant you immortality. Politicians. Love. Manufacturing. Jobs. That got Salt & Granite thinking: what manufacturing jobs exist in New England? What are the things we manufacture? For this, we looked at a variety of sources. We […]

19 Dec 18
Explorations Through The Lens

Last week, I posted Part 1 of my year in pictures for 2018. This week, I pick up Part 2 in July.  It’s really been an incredible year, personally and professionally for me. I hope all of you have a great finish to 2018, and an amazing start to 2019. As always, my work is […]

14 Dec 18
New York Family Adventures

We made a plan to see the first sunrise in the country at Acadia National Park, the easternmost part of the east coast, on Black Friday. Our family pledged to spend this day outside enjoying nature to its fullest extent instead of engaging in the riotous act of shopping.