The pansies outside the Embassy Suites in Lexington were toast Tuesday afternoon. At least I thought they were. Planted a week ago, said the gal
Hot Brown Day in Louisville
Not too many words today. Instead, lots of photos. The Hot Brown is the name of an open-faced sandwich originally created by the venerable Brown
Here’s to Little-e Exploring in Indiana and Kentucky
Here’s a habit to which I’d like to become more accustomed: little-e exploring, wherever I find it. The Professor and I got back to our
To Everything, Turn: My Turn
I’ve been static too long, floating on my back in the eddies. That changes soon. Next June I’m going to stay in a monastery (with real nuns!) for thirty days, do some deep thinking, and then write about it what I learn.
Photo credit: Courtesy of Monastery of St. Gertrude
San Franciso, Again
Sometimes you have to go back to go forward. Tim Cahill “The San Francisco ferry’s just like the US mail,” says the man watching us
My Philanthropy: One Things in the Time of Pandemic
I’ve had a few requests to read my latest story about how the Pandemic changed me (and the world) and my approach to travel as a result. Here’s what I wrote for the Book Passage Travel Writers and Photographers Conference Suitcase Award Contest.