not home

i was last in…

The eerily quiet grounds of Grey Towers National Historic Site in Milford, Pennsylvania.


Garden Tours:


Road Trips:

(Road)Tripping in the Age of Covid

Among the many observations and suggestions I could possibly offer, I think there is really only one question that is top-of-mind for everyone planning a drive in the age of Covid: Where to pee?

Driving Las Vegas

The only terrible thing about the Las Vegas experience is that it’s book-ended by a long and tedious day of air travel when you’re on the east coast. But if you’re already west and you have some time, I say drive.

Farewell Transmission: A Cross Country Road Trip

I was counting on my Fiat to whisk me through the deep South with little-to-no fanfare, but now I can’t be sure because the car, as if a perfectly constructed metaphor for the region its driving, only moves in reverse.


Travel Stories:

Welcome to Atlanta

The rain subsided to not only reveal the peaks of tall buildings, but the lushness of my new city. Dogwood trees were full and bright; grass carpeted the ground, everything was green. The sun peered out at just the right angle to create a rainbow and I finally relaxed my shoulders.

Portal to Hope

Moon gates are circular structures that are synonymous with Bermudian architecture. Having visited Bermuda a few time before, I had surely noticed them. Yet, this time, I couldn’t get enough of them.


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