Just recently I shared with you our discovery of a long-forgotten blink of a town known as Hilt, just a few miles south of the California Oregon border. When I told a friend of mine about our discovery, she asked me, “Did you know there is a Buddhist Temple just beyond Hilt?” Um, no!
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.
Yesterday, we had a few hours to call our own so we grabbed our jackets, the camera and a water bottle and off we went. We knew the weather was going to change quickly and dramatically but at least to start with we were enjoying the sun. We opened the moon roof and hit the highway.
When this recipe was shared with me by an online friend, Chhavi of Sour Lemons and Tequila, my mouth started watering from the get go. I am a great lover of cauliflower, not sure why, but I absolutely love it. This recipe sounds just wonderful and the next time I get to the store and actually “remember” to buy a head of cauliflower, my kitchen is going to smell divine! If you beat me to it, please let Chhavi know how much you enjoyed her recipe.
…And as Julia would say, Bon Apetit!
In my last post I told you about the benefits a traveler can find by checking into a B&B. I thought I’d turn the page and tell you what the average day of an innkeeper is like. Although I’d be happy (kind of) if it did, the daily routine of this innkeeper does not include eating M&M’s and watching television.
Hands down the question we get asked the most often is, “When you travel do you stay at B&B’s?” We always smile and answer, “No,” which of course leads to the second most often asked question, “Why not?” Well, because it’s kind of like being at work. And that’s the truth.
Is there such a thing as smoke free travel? Before I try to find an answer to my own question, let me say right up front this post is not meant to offend anyone who happens to smoke, it’s just my perspective; how it impacts my life and our travels.
So happy to share with you another mouth-watering recipe from our friend, Lyle, who owns and operates a Bed & Breakfast in Cusco, Peru. Lyle has contributed several recipes to our collection and he takes a great deal of care in thoroughly explaining the “how to” process, including a series of photos for those of you who, like me, enjoy pretty pictures while reading!
When I started this blog, one of my overriding goals was to be a voice for others. Yes, I love to write and babble on about all things travel related, but I also love to hear from others and learn from their experiences. Because of this I often offer up One Road at a Time to share their voice(s). With that being said, today I’m branching out and sharing with you a conversation I had with a friend of mine who is a published author.