BEST WESTERN Ludlow Colonial Motel
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... not merit a photograph. The restaurant is known for their guacamole made table side with fresh ingredients. The sangria was sweet, but a nice end to a hot day!
But as good as it was, it did not compare to the tasty dinner Nancie Severs prepared, a very savory blackened mahi mahi, accompanied by a wonderful salad of mixed field greens, orange ...
This has been the winter that won't quit. And, it has been the year that I haven't been able to take my usual "sunny break trips." When we had another few inches of snow on April 8. I looked at the tracks left by early spring birds and comforted myself saying, it looks and feels like January but the "sunny break" is bound to be just days away.
While I wait I've been reading Rachel Naomi Remen's book "Kitchen Table Wisdom." I restarted my ...
... and helpful were the times when friends just called and said" I made soup today and I'm dropping off a quart." Or I have something to bring by, I won’t come in - just drop it off. Thanks Judy & Grace for the gorgeous orchids you brought this week!
To those of you with friends undergoing treatment similar to mine, I can tell you that any vegetarian soup (like Karen's protein packed lentil or Lindsay's butternut squash with apple and ginger) will ...
... me to join him and his wife Aviva at their shared ski
house at Killington two weeks later I happily accepted, even though this was
turning out to be one of the coldest winter months on record.
Killington is located on the slopes of a mountain of the
same name in central Vermont and is probably the biggest ski complex in the
eastern United States. I skied at Killington once with Doug for a weekend around
a decade or more ago, but he’s become a regular ...
Yes, winter can be hard up here. But it has its gifts. We notice the lengthening daylight and appreciate the beauty nature brings. The lack of big city traffic & commuting = < stress. When there’s a storm, everything is cancelled and we stay home. And then eventually, spring comes.
Friends wonder & some ask now what? I’m addressing ...