While rolling through the cornfields of Southeastern Pennsylvania, the last thing we expected to see was, as Ed Sullivan would say, “ A really big Shoe!” But there it was, rising out of the corn
“I do not understand how anyone can live without some small place of enchantment to turn to.” ― Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
It all began innocently enough 10 years ago. It was our first trip to Bangkok, we were sitting in the hotel looking through all our tourist info, trying to decide what to see, when James said, “Hey, this sounds cool. It’s some guy’s house who designed Thai silk fabric. Wanna go?”
As travelers we’re fascinated by the world – dazzled by exotic locations, awed by natural wonders, and astounded by man-made marvels. Give us the souk in Marrakech, along with the Grand Canyon and Sydney Opera House … and we’re in heaven!
I’ve had a lifelong fascination with tiny abodes. Tree houses, gypsy wagons, log cabins, and Airstream Bambis have all sparked my imagination over the years. When we lived in London
You know that wonderful feeling of coming home – the scent, the touch, the sounds? Yet if you had to describe the sensation to someone else, you might have difficulty putting your finger on just what it is that feels so special about being home. How do you capture the essence of home? That was …
“So, what do you do with all your stuff?” That’s the question that everyone asks when they hear we’re planning a round-the-world trip. Good question. Early in our careers, when we moved from one city or country to the next, it was due to a job transfer. It didn’t really matter how much stuff we had …