Yesterday’s scheduled rest day in Chipping Campden gave me a chance to visit with a long-time friend of the family who lives in Moreton-in-Marsh, a village about ten miles away. Unfortunately, Gwen has been displaced from her home courtesy of the widespread flooding here in
I successfully made it to Newcastle and Segedunum (aka “Walls-end”) on Thursday, 02 August. Unfortunately, the Roman fort at Segedunum was an extreme anti-climax. It simply cannot compare to the ruins at Chesters or Corbridge.
Just touching base to let you know how things are going here in “merry olde England”. As you know, it’s been raining here – a lot! The bad news is that there are certain tricks to walking in rainy conditions that I have never had
Part II of my “Web Rants” series. Includes tips on how to plan your website and avoid many of the common pitfalls that can cost you time, money, and endless frustration.
Part I of my “Web Rants” series. Includes an overview of the evolutionary stages every website goes through, from planning through development and on to maintenance.
Thoughts and musings about this whole life-makeover I’m in the midst of performing, part of the mid-life crisis I recently began and have committed to.
People often ask me how it is that I’m not afraid to travel alone. Partly the reason is that I’ve traveled alone nearly all my life. But there’s more to it than that.
If you’ve read my blog about Wales, it should come as no surprise to you that I’m going back to the UK for my next adventure abroad. This time I’m going about things a bit differently, though. This time, you see, I’m going to walk the entire length of Hadrian’s Wall.