The Sunday Traveler will be taking a few weeks break for resting and reading, and of course going out with my camera as always. Sunsets here at home are more than enough right now to make me feel content to … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler’s trip to Morelia, Mexico last July included staying with family of family…the true Mexican way. A back garden door leading from I’m not sure where, out to the back garden. A garden full of flowers and vines, … Continue reading
A photo of a sculpture in a Cancun hotel taken several years ago. It conveys that love, that bond like no other. Happy Mother’s Day.
The Sunday Traveler’s thoughts return to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Three and a half years ago I spent a month there to regroup and enjoy the life and people there. This photo was taken one Sunday morning outside a … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler, looking down onto the vineyards of the Hess Winery after a short 45 minute drive, convinces me that local travel is relaxing and fulfilling when it comes to the need to expand on the everyday. We took … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler traveled over to the home town’s waterfront on First Street, all of five minutes away from where I live to send you all a postcard for today that shouts spring greetings, and Happy Easter.
The Sunday Traveler had just found her spirit guide. I fell in love with this boat, and as the muse would have it, I was approached and told I was on private property and best to remove myself from … Continue reading
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The little town of Port Costa, on the Carquinez Strait in Northern California, about 30 miles from San Francisco is another world away. It goes back to the old days, what all the little towns around here were at one … Continue reading
The Sunday Traveler has learned to travel the roads, cross bridges, and to merge in getting to where she wants to be. Not always in some foreign land, but right at home too, here in Northern California. Across the … Continue reading
You were expecting tacos, right? The Sunday Traveler, and San Antonians also, like a cake or two now and again. San Antonio is a culturally diverse city that enjoys to eat, and there are so many restaurants and varying foods … Continue reading