Tag Archives: Travel

Spring Fever

Spring will not officially arrive for forty days, but yesterday I had spring fever. The temperature reached an unseasonably 70 degrees, so my husband and I went hiking in First Landing State Park. We picnicked under loblolly pines and live … Continue reading

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Chicago Sunrise

This is what I see from our hotel window every morning. First time in Chicago, and I’m loving it!

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If You’re Taking a Trip Down Memory Lane, Don’t Forget Your GPS

When my husband had a conference in Philadelphia last week, I jumped at the chance to accompany him because we used to live in the area a few years ago.  Thirty two, to be exact.  In fact, our youngest son … Continue reading

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Getting There Was Half the Fun

Last week we went to Philadelphia.  On Saturday morning, while we were sitting at the airport in Norfolk, I noticed an odd-looking plane pull up to our gate.  It had wings at the top of the plane, not in the … Continue reading

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Train Travel

When we were growing up in Connecticut, my brother and sister and I distinguished our grandmothers from each other by referring to one by “Grandma in Ohio,” and the other one as “Grandma on the train.” When my grandfather was … Continue reading

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Planning a Trip

My husband has given me a task that I should be enjoying, but it’s driving me crazy.  He has a conference coming up in Philadephia, and he is taking me with him.  We will be going a day early so … Continue reading

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A Snapshot of Ireland

Today’s post is a guest post by my brother, Mark Rich, who recently returned from Ireland after a two-week stay with his wife.  My brother has always been a talker and loves to engage strangers in conversation.  His gentle and … Continue reading

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