Ports of call on the annual Flower Power Cruise, 2016 included a stop in Key West off the Florida coast. Being only four miles long, it is easily walkable, so we set out on a self-guided tour of the area. Our time was limited, but we did manage to see a lot in the few hours More
My son asks me regularly to play nerf guns with him. My daughter wants me to play Rapunzel with her as a doofy version of Flynn Rider. My wife has an endless list of tasks she wants help in accomplishing. I have my list. Far too often it seems that those lists wind up More
Mafia, Car Bombings in Seattle, Corrupt New York Politicians and the Innocent Game Caught in the Middle. According to the Seattle Times, the game once lead to a string of car bombings, dead bodies, and a corruption sting that led to indictments against the Seattle Council President, A King County Sherriff, and government officials from top More
Linden, Tennessee’s Historic Commodore Hotel; Faithfully Restored and Helping to Revitalize Main St.
“In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in those years.” Kathy and Michael Dumont live up to that slogan posted in the café of their Commodore Hotel in Linden, Tennessee. Many people in retirement just take it easy and go with the flow. Not the Dumont’s. In More
The Indian state of Rajasthan is synonymous with bright colours, sequined saris, colourful turbans, sand, castles, forts, kings, royalty, busy bazaars and delicious spicy food made with desert chilies. Needless to say, its capital city, Jaipur, also has a lot of character to offer. By the stroke of luck, during the sultry month of April More