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Europe can boast some of the most interesting cities in the world and the combination of old and new remains a major draw for tourists.
It should be said right up front that there are no falls in Klamath Falls. I often wonder how many people mistakenly travel to the area looking for the falls. No disrespect to anyone who lives in/near Klamath Falls but there is just not a lot going on there; it’s more of a passing through kind of place.
Ellen, is a contributor to our growing collection of recipes. While communicating with her online I had the suspicion she had an interesting story, a little birdie kept whispering in my ear, “There’s a story there.” I asked Ellen if I could interview her and I was right, she has a lovely story and she has a lovely talent!
The Camino Documentary. We rarely go to the movies. Aside from the whole theater experience, which I admit can be fun (but it can also be annoying when the person behind you talks through the movie) I pretty much like watching movies at home. Think about it – $17 admission versus $1.20 at Redbox?! In your home theater you can pause the movie when you have to “ahem” leave the room and you don’t miss the most dramatic/emotional/important part of the movie.
If you’ve ever “popped” open a Pillsbury dough product, you well-know the Pillsbury Doughboy. I can’t remember where/when I first read, what you are about to read, but it makes me giggle every time I read it and I like to bring it into the spot light from time to time. I have no idea who the author is, but he/she has a wickedly wonderful imagination. Enjoy!
There is something quite special about the Pacific Northwest. It boasts forested land with trees like you’ve never seen, spectacular crystal blue lakes and rushing rivers offer the best in fishing and rafting. And, let’s not forget about the ocean and the beautiful coastline.
Okay, I know what you’re thinking… Windwalkers, she knows people who walk on the wind?! No, but I do know an amazing father and son team, Talon and Steven Windwalker. About 6 or 8 weeks before we left for Paris, I met Talon online, purely by chance. I think I came across his blog and was curious to learn the story of this father and son who have been traveling the world for two years.