Tag Archives: Travel

Brown

I’m home, and I’m embracing the color, brown, because that means there’s no snow left. We have some rain in the forecast so green will start to appear. 🙂 A couple of awards go to: Virginia for the most police out … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Last Friday, six of us ladies set off on a day trip to Georgetown, South Carolina, which is off Highway 17 between Myrtle Beach and Charleston. It is the third oldest city in SC, the county seat of Georgetown County, in … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Hello from the Palmetto State and my patio door.  🙂 We’re settled into a very comfortable condo in Murrells Inlet and enjoying the view and sounds of the ocean even on a gray and foggy day. Did I mention it … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

14°F and snow is blowing in today so how about some doors from our Pennsylvania trip last month. We spent a morning at The Berks County Heritage Center historical site in Reading. It honors an era in our history when we … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Last week when we headed north, we needed an overnight stop in Littleton, NH. We usually stay at the Hampton, but it is ‘in season‘ and the rates are $200+. When we pull off the interstate for one night and … Continue reading

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Thursday Doors

Happy Thursday. I hope life in general and Mother Nature in particular is treating you well. I have to admit I haven’t been on a doorscursion since I got back from SC, but a gardening friend is getting ready to … Continue reading

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April

Two and a half days of driving, one day of unloading and putting everything away, a day of washing and cleaning, and we’re almost back to normal. In case you’re wondering, normal is a lot more work than just going … Continue reading

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