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. […]
This year was gone in a flash – I can’t believe today is day 365 of 2016. Looking back, it feels like we didn’t do much but I guess not much can add up to a whole lot. So here’s our 2016 year-in-review / holiday card…
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:
Wrapping up our time in Kentucky with some snaps of the scenery. It was so beautiful and green there… We spent a little time exploring historic Bardstown by foot: The sunrises… And some of the roads made it easy to envision what life was like in the horse-and-carriage days… Were you aware that many […]
We picked up a couple of new places while in Kentucky, in addition to visiting old favorites like Mammy’s and the Old Talbot Tavern. Frankfort Avenue Beer Depot Smokehouse We came here at the recommendation of a Louisville local. The BBQ smokers are sitting out front doing their thing. The smell is amazing! In fact, […]
We were determined people – no snow storm would keep us from finishing the Kentucky Bourbon Trail this year. Because we were in the area in the spring (again – this time for the Nashville full/half marathon), we headed back to Kentucky to pick up what we’d missed in January. Stop One: Corsair Distillery We […]
I sometimes joke that I run because I love food. That’s partially true, though there’s a host of other reasons that I run. The full list of reasons would definitely include fighting my genetic predisposition, staying fit, feeling strong, and setting and achieving goals. But when it comes to New Orleans, I most definitely believe that I’m running in order to eat. Because the food in New Orleans…oh my goodness.