Today is #MarketFriday initiated by @dswigle (Denise, that's me!!) I hope you will join me as we share markets from across the globe. Different and varied as the countries themselves, I always look forward to seeing what you send me. Come. Sit down. Relax. Enjoy the shortest trip around the world y
The graffiti littering the walls leans on the artistic side of culture. Sometimes, I can see my thoughts running wild, letting me think too much, even if it is like the sun bursting forth and brightening my day. Does it really matter, those inconsequential pieces of wrong logic running through you
Aruba surprises me, Every single time. It always seems to give me what I least expect. When I went this month, I didn't know that they have been in a deep drought and it was so bad that even the cactus were beginning to die. So, when you see the clouds, no fear. The locals have been doing a rain da
Today is brought to you by #BeautifulSunday by @Ace108 where you show off how you spend your day and also #SublimeSunday by @c0ff33a where any random post will do. You know I have to have my coffee, every day. No bartering or begging, please. Just serve it on up!
Cast your shadow and keep company
Today is #MarketFriday initiated by @dswigle (Denise, that's me!!) Join me as we share our markets across the globe. I always look forward to seeing what you send me! It is amazing to see the different markets and cultures of our friends here on steemit. Going places, doing things, buying merchandi
The Chincoteague Pony Swim. This is the 94th annual Pony Swim in Chincoteague, Virginia and is held on the last Wednesday in July, every year. The wild ponies, along with their foals, are rounded up for the swim, which goes from Assateague Island to Chincoteague Island. The very young and very old
Today is #MarketFriday initiated by @dswigle (Denise! That is me!) Today, in the United State, it is Independence Day, the Fourth of July. What better place to go than to the to where it all began? I have a feeling if we follow the Freedom Trail, my store will be somewhere along there.
Welcome back to Boston! If you have been following the Boston posts, I believe we left off in the Granary Burying Ground, a very unassuming looking piece of cemetery. There is no denying that it is rich in its own history, where it is the burial ground for famous American patriots like Paul Revere
Rich in history, Boston is often referred to as "The Cradle of Liberty" for the role it played in instigating the American Revolution. It was settled in the 1630s by Puritans that fled religious and political persecution in Europe. Boston experienced a season of discontent as colonists began to r
Welcome to #MarketFriday by @dswigle (Denise, that's me!)) We are in Boston again and if memory serves me correctly, I will probably have another one for Sunday. Then we can put Boston to bed for a month or three.
Boston's first public market, Faneuil Hall stands adjacent to the site where Quincy M
Welcome to Boston! There is no denying that it is rich in history, art and the culture is amazing at its worst. There is Fenway Park, Boston Commons and we can even have a Tea Party if you want. Oh, scratch that, it's been done! Why don't we just go for our #WednesdayWalk instead? Get acquainted wi
Bar Harbor, Maine. I went back there once again. Who could resist that peaceful piece of Americana sitting on the edge of Mount Desert Island? There is a marina at the end of Main Street where you can grab a tour to see the puffins or seals, and if you are adventurous, I know a boat that takes you