Travel Blogs from Shaftsbury
(Sorry this is so delayed!!)
On October 18th, I got an email from Pam, the Dean's secretary,
Below, find the announcement about it, sent out today:
"Sent on behalf of Dean Evan Douglis –
Dear Members of the School of Architecture – Please join me in congratulating Erin Butler, who submitted the winning application for the new Brown's India Fellowship. Erin is our School’s first winner of this ...
Ron is a member of CHANY and the entire Ryan crew was there. The conference was great and I had a great time. While ron was attending the workshops I went sightseeing by myself.I walked over 15 miles, had lunch and tasted the water in the springs.
... colonial buildings made it a must-see.
Arriving once again to our destination after night-fall; 3 for 3, I was very excited to find a campsite right on the banks of the Battenkill River. By this time we have become experts on setting up camp and getting dinner cooked. We have fallen into a reverse-gender set-up routine of Wendy setting up the tent and me cooking dinner. Ever since the first night fiasco of finding out ...
... Ashram_Villa Sarabhai
Maharastra__Ajantha Caves_Ellora Caves
Uttar Pradesh__Varanasi Ghats
Places I am interested in traveling to after:
Andaman and Nicobar Islands __Active Volcano_Cellular Jail_Port Blair
Arunachal Pradesh__Samtem Yongcha_Mechuka_Sangetsar Lake_Tawang Monastery_ Urgyelling Monestary
... different to back home. From the Bennington Monument, we did a little bit of souvenir shopping at a gorgeous little shop and then after Cath did a bit of an illegal turn we headed down the road to some covered bridges. These bridges reminded us so much of the Bridges of Madison County. So much so I was waiting for Clint Eastwood to come and sweep me off my feet!
On the way back to Niskayuna, we called into a shop that Cath had always driven passed and ...