The circus hasn’t come to Savannah, but it sort of looks like it. Continue reading When you’re cycling through Savannah, the second wheel’s optional
No matter where you go on vacation, one thing is constant: you’re living out of your luggage.
Because we tend to stay in one place for a few days, I like to unpack my bag. Chris keeps his things organized in his luggage.
But the kids – ah the kids! – they do their own thing. Continue reading “How to live out of a duffel bag on vacation”
The two-hour train ride from Arkville, NY to Roxbury runs through some of the most beautiful scenery in New York’s Catskills.
Add a dozen passengers in historically accurate attire, reenacting a 19th century train robbery, and you have all the makings of a fun-filled afternoon. Continue reading “Surviving the great train robbery of Arkville”
The first leg of any trip has the potential to make or break the rest. Take too long to get to your destination you may get restless and irritable along the way. We could rush it, but traveling non-stop may require addition days of recovery time.
That’s what you told us, and we listened. Continue reading “The Road to Richmond, Virginia”