Another 90 days in Europe draws to a close, and as we poke around Warsaw, Poland, readying to fly back to the U.S., our time in Belgium seems like another trip entirely. It was a trip unto itself, as we rented a car and made a road trip out of it. One goal was to […]
I had a great day tooling around Stockholm on a city rental bike, and wrote about the day here, for Travel Past 50. I ran across many cool little sites that weren’t mentioned on my audio guide. Here are a couple of favorite sculptures (Stockholm has a great variety of outdoor art), with info I […]
My mother was very well organized, and we all knew what that meant on Mother’s Day. Plant the garden. Never, the rule went, plant before Mother’s Day because, sure as shootin’, if you did, you’d lose all those fragile young plants to an overnight freeze. This was St. Cloud, Minnesota, after all, and both my […]
There are graves of unknown soldiers, and then there are graves of identified soldiers unknown to the next generation of their families. I never met my mother’s brother, “Pete” John L. Cary. As far as I know, no one in the family has ever visited his grave in the Ardennes American Cemetery near Liége, Belgium. […]
Fresh out of conferences (bloggers/travel/tourism) in Athens and London, we're now on a Eurail excursion through Europe. Itinerary TBD. Please follow along at TravelPast50.com.