20 Ways to Make the Most of Fall

20 Ways to Make the Most of Fall

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The seasons are a changin’ … are you ready to take advantage of perfect fall weather? The Perfect Fall To-Do List Though the temperatures perhaps haven’t dropped yet, the veggies are still forthcoming, and there’s still lots of daylight, September 22 marked the Autumn Equinox, signaling the beginning of fall, and the day or perfect […]

The American Woods

The American Woods

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The United States. Now here’s a place I know about! Or… should know about? I don’t know about the rest of y’all, but I find myself more and more often wondering how much I really do know about the US. Who’s engineering this crazy train, anyway?   The Americas, of which we are only one […]

The Scottish Lodge

The Scottish Lodge

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Scotland has become one of those places for me: a destination I dream of night and day. I want to wander through the heather, seek out fairy pools, explore crumbling castles, and eat fish by the coast. There are several Scottish names in my family tree . . . the added allure of retracing my […]

The French Farmhouse

The French Farmhouse

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I must say, my connection with France is far more removed than that with England. However, I do have a long-running obsession. I’m not completely sure of where it started, though I suspect it was probably the dose of Franco-Anglo history and French language I got in my classes in the UK, or something I […]

The English Cottage

The English Cottage

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For about 2 years of my childhood my family lived in the United Kingdom. Not only did we live in the UK, but we lived in one of the most magical counties: Wiltshire. Every day on my way to school I would see giant white limestone horses carved into the sides of hills. We lived […]