Our kind of ocean view.
Well, day two in Honolulu started with breakfast on the beach! And boy did we pay for the location. Can I tell you though... the scrambled eggs were magical. I find Americans love over cooking eggs. These were sooooo creamy!
Dreamy eggs... 🤤
The day was mostly a resort day
We have arrived at our first stop, the island of Oahu in Hawaii.
Views of Diamond Head from Waikiki Beach.
Our journey began bright and early yesterday with a 9am flight to Honolulu. The travel time was just under six hours. Luckily we had comfort plus seats... so a little more spacious than regula
With just days until Halloween and the sun shining after a week of rain, today was perfect for one glorious activity...
Visiting a pumpkin patch and corn maze! 🎃 🌽
Welcome to Craven Farm.
We hopped in the car and drove about 35 minutes northeast. Our destination was Craven Farm . The farm is loc
So... it appears we have finally made it past all the forking shenanigans from last week. The blockchain is doing it’s thing, and those of us who have not abandoned ship are still steeming ahead. So how did you spend the steem free days of our last hardfork?
I went to the Washington State Fair!
What do you picture when you think of Los Angeles?
Hollywood Stars? Traffic? Palm trees? American excess spilling from high rise office towers and luxury shops?
⭐️ 🏎 🌴
ALL of this exists in LA, but the city has so much more to offer.
Enter Olvera Street
Olvera Street is a Mexican shopping dist
In my post last weekend I mentioned the possibility of attending a parade Saturday evening.
Well, it happened! 😃
Start of the Seafair Torchlight Parade.
The Seafair Festival is THE signature summer event in the greater Seattle metropolitan area. The festival began in 1950 and serves as a
From June 27th - July 5th I was vacationing on the east coast of the USA. While there I spent time on the New Jersey shore and visiting the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia.
Over the next few days (starting now) I will be sharing some of my travel adventures with you.
The U.S. Mint
Hope you all are doing well. This morning I am waking up in Philadelphia! Our hotel is literally across the street from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. We are half way through an east coast USA vacation that started June 27. The trip has been great and there is SO MUCH TO POST AB
21 missions exist on California’s El Camino Real (Royal Road). The missions, and the road connecting them, span a distance of 600 miles. Both were established by the Spanish as they colonized what would later become California. Last Friday I had the pleasure of visiting one of these missions.
I am back from vacation. It was great to get out of town and FAR away from work. Over the next few days I will share some pictures from the trip. Suffice it to say, a good time was had all around. ☺️
I am a Disneyland addict.
Well... I suppose not like some people. I don’t have a home f
White cherry blossoms.
In 1912, the very first blossoming cherry trees arrived in the Pacific Northwest as a gift to the United States from Japan. These trees were immediately transported across the country to Washington, DC. where they were planted around the capital’s tidal basin. 24 years later
With the arrival of the New Year, lots of people make resolutions.
I start mapping out my travel wish list!
There is a whole huge world to see, and I don’t feel settled until I have loosely mapped the year’s travel plan. I say loosely because I am an opportunistic traveler. Without