ecological travel

Ship Wreck Lore on the Florida Keys

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  Who isn’t fascinated by buried or sunken treasure?  I surely am.  As a child I loved to search for treasure and as an adult as we seek out our bargains, our flea market finds and junk sale prizes we are just doing another version of this time honored tradition. As far as searching for […]

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Cock-a-doodle-do Roosters in Paradise! Chickens are a wild bird in Key West.

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So, there are six-toed cats at Ernest Hemingway’s House, and on the island there are also chickens.  There are brightly colored, noisy roosters well, everywhere! Roosters parade in the yards, fly and roost in the trees and pose on the fences. They strut through Mallory Square where everyone gathers to see the marvelous sunsets. They squawk […]

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Postcards from Arkansas! - Photos by Scott Sudduth

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Want to take a trip through North Little Rock and the surrounding area?  Read along and we will share some of our postcards from Arkansas.  Keith and I felt like celebrities when we visited North Little Rock in early December.  Everywhere we went, Scott Sudduth from the North Little Rock CVB took our photographs so […]

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We all have our favorite things we did over the past year. For me some of the favorite things I did was going up in a hot air balloon, take a ride in a biplane and two World War II planes.  I was an engineer on a steam train, went to the coolest auction ever, […]

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Tasting in Ann Arbor, a food and spirit experience!

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I’ve mentioned in a previous blog about a few of the great restaurant options in Ann Arbor and the surrounding area that I experienced on a hosted trip at the end of November and beginning of December.  Besides restaurants though there is a plethora of tasting opportunities as well.  You never have to be hungry […]

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