Near the hilltop and to the right is a path to Totnes Castle dating back to the Saxons. It’s a round stone structure with a second level that allows you to walk around the perimeter atop the stone wall. It’s… Continue Reading →
After leaving the Palace at Kew Gardens, I walked on to Rhododendron Dell, which is exactly that, a dell bursting with rhododendrons in light pink, violet and magenta. I passed by a small lake where a group of visitors were… Continue Reading →
During my day trip to Cambridge I went punting on Cam River. This leisurely ride is a great way to see the historic college buildings, beautifully tended greenery, and fascinating arched bridges from the 1800s.
Hope Valley, approximately 35 minutes south of Lake Tahoe, is a beautiful gem tucked in the Sierra Mountains. This is the first time I have gone snowshoeing, which is great fun. The quiet brisk air and the vibrance of the… Continue Reading →