Category Archives: Travel

The Weavers’ School

Once again Laura and I set our sights on weaving, this time in Coupeville on Whidbey Island, off the coast of Seattle, Washington. I will not lie and say I was in a high state of anxiety. Our instructor was … Continue reading

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Colour and Design – Another Jane Stafford Textiles Adventure

Hey Salt Spring Island in British Columbia, Canada – we’re back! My friend Laura and I returned once more for another weaving adventure with a favorite weaving teacher, Jane Stafford. Colour and Design was offered at the beginning of April, so … Continue reading

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Crossing Borders – A Visit to the U.K. and the Republic of Ireland

Documenting our April 2016 bus tour which started in London and ended in Dublin. Continue reading

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Wisconsin – Not Just About the Cheese!

Arizona August heat meant it was time for Emmett and Caesar (that would be Denny and Claudia) to get on a plane to someplace a little cooler that we’ve never been before.  Wisconsin was a place of many pleasant surprises … Continue reading

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How Can I Miss You if You Don’t Go Away?

I love this quote, and laughed my head off when I first heard it, although I don’t know who came up with it.  That makes it all the more fun.  My younger sister was breathlessly laughing as she quoted this … Continue reading

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La Mia Famiglia Riunita in Jersey

A long time ago  I used to get really excited about flying in a plane.  New places, new adventures, new people.  These days it’s more like boarding a bus, so I wasn’t too excited about getting back in the air. … Continue reading

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Hiking Through the Land Slide

Real rainfall this winter has precipitated an explosion of wildflowers this spring in Arizona.  It’s been a spectacular sight, especially since last year (our first winter/spring) it was pretty dismal and barren.  As if by magic, we are discovering new … Continue reading

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