A Tour That Will Leave a Lasting Imprint on Your Soul: The Biltmore Estate

Having heard fabulous raves about the Biltmore Estate, Sherry and I planned our next Road Trekin Adventure to include Asheville, North Carolina. We had the privilege to spend an entire day at the Biltmore Estate. The house was built by George Vanderbilt in1895 and portrays amazing craftsmanship, creativity, and ingenuity. Before talking more about the […]

Sarasota Chalk Festival Day One

Sarasota Chalk Festival, ‘Pavement Art through the Ages’, will trace the evolution of this ephemeral art-form from its thinly documented ancient roots to today’s diverse contemporary movements. local artists and artists from around the world will travel to Sarasota to transform South Pineapple Avenue in Burns Square into a walking performance art museum of art […]

Have you Been to the Ellen Theater

We won’t know who we are if we destroy who we’ve been. In essence, people need their history; we need that “link” to the past in order to understand our ancestors – how they lived, what they discovered, and how our lives have been transformed and shaped by their miraculous beginnings. Our “old” world is […]

11.1.11 on Siesta Key at Sunset (a Photo Essay)