“Why are you going to Arizona?” my classmate sneered. “It’s not even warm there.” A week-long break from the mean girls of high school would have been reason enough. And while the desert air was certainly cool in the February mornings and evenings, the afternoons were comfortably warm for exploring the Grand Canyon, riding horses,… Read More Why Travel?
If I could give you just one packing tip, it would be this: Plan around your shoes. You will see more, do more, enjoy more, burn off more of the delicious cuisine you’re sampling, and get more for your money if your feet don’t hurt. Here’s my tried-and-true method: Day of Travel Shoes: 1 pair … Read More How to Plan and Pack Your Shoes for Travel
Autumn travel always feels like getting away with something. When you’re a kid, fall is the worst time of year, because you have to go back to school, spending your days in soulless classrooms and your evenings doing boring homework. When you’re an adult, it’s the best, because the weather and scenery are at their… Read More Early Autumn in Delaware
The still-green trees swayed in the wind as the rain poured down in sheets. I stood at my friend’s white quartz kitchen island and put together our frequent supper of a cheese/deli board. When the weather cooperates, we like to sup on the roof deck, with its views of the ever-changing city sky-scape. But clearly… Read More Between Seasons in Baltimore