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Hey St. Louis!
Traipse along with your GypsyNesters as we scour the Louvre for the strangest masterpieces we could find…. CONTINUE READING >>
Together our team of volunteers completely repainted the home of a retired nurse in need – in one day!
We weren’t the youngest chicks in the coop – but we were enthusiastic, and relentless…. CONTINUE READING >>
…we really want to thank all of these wonderful people!
|We appeared on the Roadtreking Podcast – lots of laughs! Listen here||Hear us yammerin’ on Generation Bold on Biz Talk Radio! Click to listen|
|Alana Newton had us on her show on Bold Radio!||These two are fabulous! Listen to us banter with RV Family Travel Atlas!|
|It was an honor to speak at the Happiness After Loss Summit. Listen||Karen at Enjoy Living Abroad wrote an elegent article about us! Check it out!|
|The Review Broads are a HOOT! Check out their Going Gypsy review!||Veronica spilled her guts to Good Enough Mother!|
Had a great time at the RV + Travel Summit!
Located halfway between NYC and Niagara Falls, we create our own masterpieces at the world’s largest museum of glass, stay at a fabulous Victorian bed and breakfast and see a buffalo crash through a building… CONTINUE READING >>
I have a confession to make.
About thirty years ago I was in London for several days and didn’t take the short trip outside of town to see Stonehenge.
That’s why I was so thrilled to discover an exact replica made of Styrofoam in Virginia – how could we not veer off the side of the road?.. CONTINUE READING >>
That said, it is not often that we seek out a graveyard. Usually we stumble upon them hidden away.
Not the case with La Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires, it should be considered a must-see by any visitor to the… CONTINUE READING >>
It this case, on the road from Oslo to Bergen, it was ALL the fun!
We embarked on a journey that took us on the famous Flam Train Line and caught a boat that sailed us through the West Norwegian Fjords UNESCO World Heritage Site… CONTINUE READING >>
It was a true Music City event with old friends, new friends and a host of recording artists, songwriters, musicians, authors, and family – SO MUCH FUN!
Click in and see the pics!… CONTINUE READING >>
That’s just fantasy stuff, right? The kind of thing we only see in movies, or magic shows. Not true.
There is a place where floating in midair, and doing it at 200 miles per hour, is not only possible, it happens every day… CONTINUE READING >>
An anxiety-inducing mixture of excitement and terror.
We had our big now what? moment and stumbled ahead, knowing that we had to do something to reconnect as the couple that fell in love all those years ago.
We’ve found that the key is… CONTINUE READING >>
As a gateway to Chichen Itza, we expected Piste to be dominated by tourist traps, but we found the exact opposite.
We couldn’t resist an evening enjoying some genuine Yucatán life…. CONTINUE READING >>
Now, as a wise woman with over half a century behind me, I can reflect back on our relationship and see things with the clarity and compassion of 20/20 hindsight.
Yeah, right. I haven’t seen anything 20/20 in decades.
We’ve had our ups and downs, like any… CONTINUE READING >>
David sits down after the screening with the film’s director and producer, Bill Pohlad (12 Years a Slave, Wild), to chat a bit about the extent of Brian Wilson’s involvement… CONTINUE READING >>
The town truly is one big fortress, protected by a city wall all the way around it that has remained intact for centuries… CONTINUE READING >>
In my twenties, David would affectionately tease me about my “worry line.” He would always know when something was amiss, all he had to do was look between my eyes.
Fast forward thirty (or so) years and, still, I squint on. The squinting’s worst when I’m writing – I don’t even realized I’m doing it.
And Grandma was right, my face… CONTINUE READING >>
Come along with us as we explore the Presidential Library and Museum (and yes, we found the weird stuff!), peek into the houses that the Roosevelts lived in — together and apart — and have the privilege to visit with a friend of Eleanor’s (seriously)… CONTINUE READING >>