THE MAD WHIRL It is later. Much later, as a matter o fact. I’m on the flight home, and so far so good. I did successfully make the change for the Bath train, but it was not without some panic … Continue reading
Stomp, Scratch, and Snack, or, The McIntyre Sisters Encounter a Bear By Vonda N. McIntyre Photo by Carolyn McIntyre When you go to a national park, you’re likely to get a lot of information about staying out of the way … Continue reading
From Sarah’s Travel Journal: So, here I am on the train again, heading, I hope, for Bath. It’s been the first of the 3 PA (Professional Author) days and overall, it’s gone pretty well.
Photo courtesy Library of Congress Under rehabilitation: Going-to-the-Sun Road. Leading east/west through the middle of Glacier National Park, the road is an amazing creation, a project of the WPA, dedicated in 1933. Park displays include photographs of workers hanging from … Continue reading
From Sarah’s Travel Journal: Okay, this is turning into the trip of Things I Almost Didn’t Do, But Am Glad I Did. Woke up to gray, rainy cornish day and thanked the God of Travellers I did decide to do … Continue reading
By Christie Golden I am not a big believer in coincidence. So when, a couple weeks ago, I was told that my blog day would be on November 21, I blinked, grinned, and realized I’d gotten a birthday present. That’s … Continue reading
I don’t’ travel much, so I really enjoy it when I do. For writing my series PATHS TO CAMELOT (to read a piece of Camelot’s Blood, visit www.bookviewcafe.com) I had the opportunity to take a flying visit to Cornwall. The … Continue reading