If you’ve been fortunate enough to visit Lake Tahoe, you know of what I speak when I say it can’t be summed up with a few unworthy descriptors. Sitting majestically in the Sierra Mountains, Lake Tahoe is simply stunning with the bluest – and coldest – water you can imagine.
I just finished reading a post written by our friend, Will. I got to the end of the last paragraph, dried my eyes and immediately emailed Will and asked him if I could publish his post on my site. Fortunately, he said, “Yes.”
We’re headed south of the border today, all the way south to San Bartolo, Baja. We consider ourselves lucky in that we’ve twice been to Baja – Los Barrilles.
When you think of the word fall, what comes to mind? For me, it’s always about the fall season – my absolute favorite time of the year. For others it might be about the time he/she took a face plant fall or saw a magnificent water fall or …
Although no raw oyster has ever passed my lips (and fortunately, I have a good excuse in that I am allergic to shellfish) I very much enjoyed reading this post from my friend Kent.
The following guest post is shared with us by Meg Pier. I met Meg online, which is where I meet most of the people I introduce you to, and through our online conversations we have discovered we follow some of the same paths in our lives.