A hidden lake found in Los Angeles

A hidden lake found in Los Angeles

You would never know it driving down one of the most famous boulevards in North America. Tucked behind a gate and down a short path. A place fit for a UNESCO World Heritage Site (in my opinion). It’s a discovery you tend to make if it calls to you. I know that sounds very New … Continued

Only some can handle the whole thing

New Hampshire: Revisiting Lake Winnipesaukee – Part 2

The day prior was long yet rewarding, still it’s hard to sleep when the fresh New Hampshire air beckons. Not to mention the internal wake-up call for a Farmers Breakfast plate at The Village Kitchen (734 Whittier Hwy, Route 25) in Moultonborough. Their sign states Real Country Cook’N, and that is exactly what you’ll get. … Continued

New Hampshire: Revisiting Lake Winnipesaukee – Part 1

Lake Winnipesaukee the largest of the lakes in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire seemed like a perfect place for a short vacation and a nice follow up to my article on a similar subject – eating around Lake Winnipesaukee. I really wanted this whirlwind trip to be special as I was introducing someone new … Continued

New Hampshire: Live Free and Eat

New Hampshire: Live Free and Eat I never really thought about what New Hampshire’s state slogan, “Live Free or Die”, really meant to me. Perhaps it is the epitome of good memories and feelings I have from over 25 years of trips to Lake Winnipesaukee a.k.a. The Lakes Region. I am not there this July … Continued

Montreal: Mon Amour

This is an entry in the We Said Go Travel Writing Contest written by Jeff Shoer from Canada. Thanks for your entry Jeff! In true Montrealer or Montrealais (French version) fashion, I am starting my night just before midnight on a Thursday – in this case it’s Valentine’s Day. A city with true, “joie de … Continued

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