Thanks for Stopping By!

9/9/2021 – This might sound familiar to you. One can make as many plans as one wants, and then reality takes over. The first half of 2021 was not what I had expected or planned for. As a result, I was secluded for months on end. But “All’s well that ends well” as William Shakespeare famously said. I’m happy to say, under ‘Published Articles’ you’ll find two new articles. One about Bennington, Vermont, and Vermont’s iconic covered bridges. The newest one a wonderful, soothing story about my visit to an alpaca farm in Pennsylvania.

12/9/20 – Well, COVID-19 certainly changed my plans for this year. I have been grounded like probably many of you. But now is time to bring some joy to our lives! Get in the Holiday spirit and enjoy my latest article about a virtual tour of European Christmas Markets. It will make your heart sing and your spirit dance.

2/26/20 – My travel plans for 2020: Mid-May: Basel, Zurich, Merligen and other regions in Switzerland; Verona and surrounding towns in Italy; Baden Baden in Germany. In September: Flagstaff and Sedona in Arizona.

2020 has started well for me. I’m delighted to announce that I’m now a member of the renowned International Food, Wine and Travel Writers Association (IFWTWAhttps://www.ifwtwa.org/

12/4/19 – Check out my latest article about an Irish monk from the 7th century.

11/20/19 – It was been a while… Have been busy, busy, both in my personal and professional life. I have another article published, this one about beautiful Merligen in Switzerland. Hope you’ll enjoy reading it. Till the next time…

9/30/19 – Look out for my latest article and learn about the Green Fairy and Absinthe! This story will appear in the next few days.

9/28/19 – A friend and I had booked an extraordinary ten-day private tour throughout Morocco, including an overnight stay in a deluxe desert tent and an early-morning camel ride on the sand dunes! However, due to unforeseen circumstances, we had to cancel our trip. We’ll do it next spring!! I’ll keep you updated as the time draws closer.

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