California, Hollywood. Opening its doors in 2017, the Hicksville Pines Bud & Breakfast is pretty incredible. It’s the first of its kind in California and because it’s a 21+… Read more “Cannatravel”
This Haiku is reminiscent of the days of old. The ancient Egyptians accomplished astonishing architectural feats. The also took many of those engineering secrets with them. Besides… Read more “Haiku Sunday (86-88)”
In the last few years, van life has become popular. As housing becomes increasingly unaffordable more and more people are considering van-dwelling. Van dwelling can simplify your… Read more “Van Life”
Marvin Hartley Bell is a poet and teacher who was the first Poet Laureate of Iowa. Bell was raised on Long Island. He served in the U.… Read more “Time We Took To Travel”
Like he did for so many others, Anthony Bourdain spurred my love of food and travel. He was funny and sarcastic and always seemed slightly put out.… Read more “Bon Appétit Anthony Bourdain”
Of Many Worlds in This World by Margaret Cavendish Just like as in a nest of boxes round, Degrees of sizes in each box are found: So,… Read more “Nature is curious…”
Mystery She wanted to leave, Go where no one would find her, She planned an escape. She found an island, With mysteries of its own, She never returned.… Read more “Haiku Sunday (40 &41)”
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To The Mountains, I Went I followed the path To the high misty mountains, To seek some solace. There, I found myself, Renewed with hope and purpose,… Read more “Haiku Sunday (33-34)”
Desert Dunes Centuries of secrets, Dark nomadic whisperings, Kept in the desert. Breezes shift the sand Serpentining by moonlight, forming brand new dunes. .
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We are knee deep in winter. Sick people abound with their cold cooties and flu bugs. I am not a proponent of big pharma, but I am… Read more “9 Essential Oils to Beat Back the Winter Bugs”