October 6th, 2016
Cannes, Nice, and Monaco
This day we broke with our relaxed, zero-plans-ahead way of doing things and actually had a plan. We got going early and headed to Cannes. Then immediately found a place for coffee and baked goods. We do seem to be in a but of a rut, but an exceptionally pleasant one.
October 5th, 2016
San Remo, Italy
Again the day began as usual, with breakfast at the apartment, lazing around with no real plan and good natured bickering.
October 4th, 2016
After another leisurely breakfast, Los Three Amigos headed back to take in La Turie and Eze, which would hopefully be open on this non-Monday day of the week. And they were.
October 3rd 2016
So day two we made breakfast at the apartment on the hill in Seborga (blue ouvas this day) and sat around leisurely watching the sun illuminate more and more of the valley – most relaxing – before finally deciding that we would spend the day in Monaco.
October 2nd, 2016
I spent all of last week in Carlisle, PA, researching slaves in south-central Pennsylvania in the 18th and early 19th century. Young Master Max, the 14-year-old son of a nurse at work, is watching over my chickens. I got home Friday night then drove 3 hours to Montreal on Saturday to fly to Europe.
August 21st, 2016
Sometime around Christmas I started buying local, farm-fresh eggs. They are wonderful. This got me thinking seriously about having my own chickens. So I started reading. A friend loaned me a book. I bought another book. I read online. A lot. I decided I wanted to give it a try.
First Three Eggs From My Hens
May 30th, 2016
After the long coolish spring, it has finally warmed up and I had a four-day weekend for Memorial Day, so decided to get in some hiking. So, by this afternoon, I’ve hiked 11 miles and ran 4 miles this weekend. Not bad coming off a lazy winter where I got next to no exercise.