Happy New Year! Just a short note to wish everyone a Happy New Year and prosperous 2020…thanks so much for reading and commenting on my posts this year – I jump all around, from food to music, movie, travel and… Read More ›
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Remember 2019’s Incredible “Super Bloom?” I’m looking back at some of my favorite posts of 2019, and I wanted to share some of those incredible “Super Bloom” photos from March…talk about nature showing off! The entire state of California was… Read More ›
Historic And Devastating Flooding Of Venice! The pictures are shocking: all of the city of Venice Italy is currently underwater – in some cases by several feet! These pictures, being posted online by visitors and locals alike, show just how… Read More ›
“Inside The Gold Plated Pistol!” Author Cynthia Bruchman’s New Historical Thriller Is This Wednesday’s Bookmobile!
Author Cynthia Bruchman’s New Novel Is Here! One of the best things about blogging is that I’ve had the pleasure of meeting other great bloggers from around the world…Cynthia Bruchman is one of those new friends. Cynthia teaches English and… Read More ›
A Pacific Ocean Harbor Seal Sanctuary! Welcome To Goat Rock And The Arch! Spectacular Pacific Ocean Wildlife!
Welcome To Goat Rock! Ever been to Goat Rock? Well, next time you are on California’s Sonoma Coast, head to the ocean for a bit of nature’s finest! As the sign says, this location includes Goat Rock, Blind Beach AND… Read More ›
Creating Art – By Jogging! “Tracing” Frida Kahlo! “Running” The Starship Enterprise And The “Batman” Logo For Arts Sake!
Frida Kahlo – A “Jogging” Work Of Art! So, have you ever gone on a run – or a walk, and re-traced your steps later? Well, this incredibly imaginative jogger did just that – and came up with art! As… Read More ›
Dying To Go “Into The Wild!” This “Wednesday Bookmobile” Has Tragic Twist As Tourists Die At “Book” Site!
Dying to See The “Into The Wild” Bus – Literally! This “Wednesday Bookmobile” travels to Alaska, the ill-fated location for the compelling story of “Into The Wild”. Now sadly, history is repeating itself – as fans of this compelling book… Read More ›