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Travel  // Posts tagged as "Travel"

Delightful Dingle & a Recipe for Raspberry Scones

“People from the east coast of Canada are more Irish than people from Ireland.” That, my friends, is what an Irishman in a pub in the beautiful little town of Dingle told me. We were chatting about how incredible Ireland is: with its almost unfathomable amount of green, its delicious beer, hearty food, and of […]

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#ThrowbackThursday & Eating ALL the Seafood in Gulf County, FL

It’s Thursday, so it’s time to look at the past for #ThrowbackThursday! Today, my belly is grumbling for all of the fresh seafood on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Back in 2015, I joined a group of amazing writers and photographers, and we ate our way through the area. Oh, yes. Here’s a look at […]

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Tempting your Taste Buds with Three Days in Kelowna: Day Three

Our third and last day was a short one, but delicious nonetheless. If you’re lucky enough to be in the area for a few days, I’d definitely suggest finishing it up with these great spots {and then take a nap at the beach, if you have the time}. First up: Arlo’s Honey Farm. Not only […]

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Tempting your Taste Buds with Three Days in Kelowna: Day Two

Boy, oh boy. I hope your belly has had a chance to relax from day one in Kelowna, because day two is a busy {and tasty!} one. First up, the Kelowna Farmers’ and Crafters’ Market. I apologize for all of the photos, evidently I went a little camera crazy. It’s hard not to, though, because […]

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Tempting your Taste Buds with Three Days in Kelowna: Day One

I was in Kelowna a couple of weeks ago, you know. Actually, I’ve spent quite a bit of time there lately, and am heading there again in a couple of days – but the trip I’m taking about was with a lovely little group of FBC members, a trip we were so lucky to be […]

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So Long 2013, Hello to the New Year

  My, oh, my. 2013 was quite the year, wasn’t it? I feel like most people I’ve spoken to have a “good riddance” type attitude toward it passing by, while just a few have said it was a great one. Regardless of where you stand, 2013 is behind us, and a new year is here, […]

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Oh, Cambodia. My Camera & I Love You.

Oh, Canada, I love you. But you’re a little young for me. I mean, there are places in the world that are ancient in comparison to you. Look at Cambodia. It’s been around forever. Ancient civilizations have risen and fallen, and left their mark on one of the most beautiful places on earth. My camera […]

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Settling In & a Quick Taste of San Diego

I’ve been ignoring you, I know. Sorry about that. C and I ventured off for a little while, and then when we came home, we moved into our new home. More than four months has passed since the flood, and it’s now time to get settled in. I can’t wait to tell you all about […]

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Kayaks, Craft Beer, and Sand Dunes: the Best of My Magdalen Voyage

As the small plane dropped in altitude in preparation for landing, my mind was racing. Will we land safely? I wonder if they’ll speak much English. Seriously – is this plane going to land in one piece? I don’t agree with the science of flight! I wonder what C is thinking; he’s never been this […]

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A love {and a city guide} for Calgary

Every now and then, this city amazes me. It’s not a rare occurrence; in fact, it happens quite often. Better yet, sometimes I get to share my love for my home with others. Like here, in this insider’s guide to Calgary over at CheapFlights.ca. The good folks over at Cheap Flights asked me to share […]

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