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Travel Blogs from Augusta
... walked from room to room in Mark’s home, I felt and saw Haven everywhere, which was strangely comforting. Some of her collectables brought back such vivid and fond memories that at times I felt like she was going to walk through the door. Her big sweet kitty, Buddy Love, hasn’t lost one of his robust 30 lbs. after years of dieting. What a love machine and great companion for Mark.
Roy and Patti managed to squeeze in a golf game on ...
... I did enjoy the good ole contemporary hoe down/ boy band hysteria.
Hils - It’s amazing to see the southern lifestyle still so much in effect: the patriotism, family values, religion, traditional music (mandolins, banjo’s, fiddles, even washboards!) Everyone was so proudly Georgian, it was awesome. For one of the world’s most modern and technology savvy countries, they are doing well to ...
... side road ending in a cul-de-sac. I had to stop, to sit in the sun, in the open field. To try to eat a bit, to cry, to gather wildflowers, to stop the too-eager turn of the wheels toward the tiny dust-filled box, the square-edged and lifeless portrait, the stiff rectangle of the flower-draped cross. All those angles. Poking in and reminding me that in this moment the circle is broken, as we are broken by our grief, our loss, the absence in the link of hands. The baton falls in a ...
... It looked like this for hours, but in my defense my camera equipment was prepared and ready to go. I have my priorities!
Regardless of what we pack, we always seem to have what we need. Our challenge in traveling has never been taking enough—it's been bringing back everything that we left with. Let's hope that losing streak is broken on this trip.
We are packed. Let's roll!
... to Cuba began with an overnight stay in Miami, Florida
Crowne Plaza Hotel
950 NW LeJeune Road
Miami, FL 33126