We went to Montana for our summer 2017 vacation. It was a fantastic experience. Montana is a huge surprise – it’s a huge unexplored state, full of natural beauty and more to do than you can easily do in a single trip. Careful planning is a must because drive distances easily eat up precious vacation […]
For years we’ve wanted to take a leisurely trip down the Natchez Trace Parkway … and make no mistake, with a 50mph speed limit, the 444-mile National Park Service-maintained road requires a leisurely mindset. So if you have time and a desire to escape the hustle-bustle of travel for a while, this is truly a […]
Nashville is one of those places where there are so many things to do, it gets hard to decide where to get started. We know. We’ve experienced it, also. Here’s a suggested itinerary based on our most recent trip to Smashville. It’s full of food, music and history – pretty much Nashville in a nutshell. […]
We’ve purchased Desert Creek Honey since 2008 to help with Kelly’s allergies. Plus local natural honey is just yum for cooking. I’ve written many times about how much we love to tour factories – if there’s a chance to see how something is made, we are THERE. I’m sure part of my fascination with watch-it-made […]
The Hayleys needed a vacation. Work has been epically busy, plus our Galloway running group duties and a host of other things we’ve said yes to over time. Then there’s the whole, Hey – we haven’t been on a proper vacation in over two years thing. That’s how we found ourselves in Mexico right after Thanksgiving. We found a beautiful resort, Garza Blanca, owned by the same group which owns Sierra Lago where we’d enjoyed a wonderful vacation several years ago. Garza Blanca didn’t disappoint.
Since I talked about TED Summit in my previous post, I thought I’d share a bit of the scenery and fun from Banff. Lovely Lake Louise: Overpasses on the highway to allow safe wildlife migration within Banff National Park: Hiking: Running: “The Castle”: Scenery in and around Banff:
I’ve wanted to go to a gospel brunch for-ev-er. For a while, I thought we might attend one at the House of Blues in Dallas, but those were offered less frequently over the years and it didn’t feel right to miss a service with our own church family to attend a brunch downtown. Kelly and […]
I only had two things I really wanted to do during our weekend in Austin – ok three, if you count spending relaxed time with my spouse. First, I wanted to go to Stubb’s for a gospel brunch (more on that tomorrow). Second, I wanted to see the bats fly. For those who don’t know, […]