Mother Earth. It’s the only home we’ve got.
A Washington, D.C. getaway is on the horizon, so I’m looking up D.C. again. It’s one of my favorite places to visit. I especially like it that there are so many free things to do. Here’s a list from Budget Travel.-Dee Let freedom ring! Did you know that amid the trappings of office, pomp and … More Budget Travel Vacation Ideas: 20 Free Things to Do in Washington, D.C. | Travel Deals, Travel Tips, Travel Advice, Vacation Ideas | Budget Travel
Tranquility (noun) – a state of peace and quiet – Webster Dictionary
In response to The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge, “Life Imitates Art“.
Obelisks are tall four-sided, narrow tapering monuments ending in a pyramid-like shape. They were first built by Ancient Egyptians. The Ancient Romans were strongly influenced by obelisks that now there are more obelisks in Rome than in Egypt. In fact, Rome is the obelisk capital of the world! It can be noted, that obelisk monuments … More Obelisk Monuments Visitors Can Climb
In response to The Daily Post’s Photo Challenge, “Circle“.
Who can resist a non-fast food $6 burger meal? Not me and and my hubby and my sister-in-law! On our trip to the state of Washington last October, we went to the restaurant nearest our hotel in Omak. As soon as we were seated at a table, we saw this sign. We pretty had … More Tasty Tuesday: The $6 Burger Meal with Soda
If I’d want to get away from everything with no cellular connection nor wifi, just nature with some peace and quiet and people who love the same, I’d go to Stehekin, Washington. I’d rent a cabin near the water with majestic mountains offering a spectacular view all day long. I’d drink my cup of … More Stehekin, Washington
Lake Chelan is the largest natural lake in the state of Washington in the United States. It is 50.5 miles long with an elevation of 21 feet. It is one beautiful lake to enjoy aboard a ferry. It’s definitely a feast to the eyes!
Wednesday, November 11, was Veterans’ Day in the United States. Honoring the service of those who served should not only be confined to a day. At the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial, the names of soldiers who fought in the Vietnam War are engraved on a wall, a daily reminder of their sacrifice. Salute!