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Monthly Archives: March 2013
Bolonia Beach, Spain. Greetings from Southern Spain!
Our rent-a-jeep on the East Coast of Cozumel (Jan. 2007). This past weekend brought two days of snow, wind, and chilly temperatures. Yes, it is technically spring, but it’s still feeling like winter. England is not special in this respect. … Continue reading
St Michael’s Mount, Marazion, Cornwall, United Kingdom The day of our visit to St Michael’s Mount began with wonderment and awe. Arrived early to catch the first passage on the amphibious vehicle (which can be seen making its way towards … Continue reading
Brasenose College Door and Radcliffe Camera, Oxford, United Kingdom. During a free two-hour walking tour with Footprints Tours, our tour guide pointed out an oft-photographed door, lamppost, and building. Besides the peek-a-boo vantage point to see one of Oxford’s most recognizable … Continue reading
It’s amazing how much one can appreciate sunshine after long stretches of overcast days. Last year, it seemed like spring just appeared one day and brought with it milder weather. Winter was over. Or at least that’s how my highly … Continue reading
View from Land’s End, Cornwall, United Kingdom. A trip to Southern Cornwall must include a stop at Land’s End, which is the most westerly point in mainland Britain. Why? Because it’s just one of those things you do in order to … Continue reading
View from Tintagel’s Southern Cliffs, Cornwall, United Kingdom. Tintagel Castle, the legendary birthplace of King Arthur and the one-time seat of Cornish kings and chieftains, is steeped in history and folklore. With so much history stretching back into the hazy, distant … Continue reading
Sheep beside Sherborne Brook, Sherborne, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. After several much-needed days of sunshine, I find myself under grey skies once again, yearning for spring, a cup of hot chocolate, and something to snuggle. So I mentally cozied up to … Continue reading