Denise loves the beach But, since my amputation and before DryPro, our waterfront activities were limited to drives along the coast. Before my amputation, it was difficult for me to walk in the sand. Not to mention that I always had an open wound. So, I avoided the water, to avoid the chance of getting an
So now, the ball in your court, it’s time to email us your ideas! Go ahead, email us, we double dog dare you (I have always wanted to use that line, but I have no idea why! LOL) Where would you like us to visit? What is your hidden treasure? Come on, you know you want
Mr. Bill’s Travel Blog has moved and is under construction! As you have probably noticed by now, Bill’s Travel Blog is under construction! We have moved to a self-hosted WordPress site. Although most of the content was able to be moved, we lost photographs and our “theme.” Please, bear with us as we get the kinks
The locals were right when they said to go early! The food was awesome and the place packed out quickly. I was first in line when they started taking orders at 12:00 and our food came out quick! We had the steamed shrimp, butter garlic wings, roast beef wrap and the clam chowder in a bread bowl.
That’s when I heard about WordPress. The people I spoke with said, “Bill pack up your website and head on over to WordPress! That’s where you need to be!” (Ok, so all the while I was typing that, I heard the theme song to the Beverly Hillbillies playing in my head!)
Andy, here I thought it was part Scottish or Irish! Go figure!
I would say that true success comes from falling down and getting back up. Learning why you fell, enables you to avoid the circumstance. Learning how to avoid the circumstance, enables you to avoid the repeat performance. Success in my humble opinion can be measured by the lessons you learned while you are on the ground and having the wisdom not to repeat the performance.
A brisk train ride into New York City Grand Central Station this morning! 37° the push for the sign was a welcomed site!
Denise and I took a day trip to this years Tampabay Area Renaissance Festival at MOSI this past weekend. And, do you know who we saw there? Dr. Who? of course!
I am the only one who thinks that it was kind of ironic that I was leaning up against a “time machine” with Dr. Who, while I was wearing an “I can freeze time” t-shirt?
Take a time-travel adventure into the 16th century at the annual Bay Area Renaissance Festival! Join our Queen in a jubilee! Journey back in time as more than 100 merchants contribute to the atmosphere of this charming 16th-century village.
A few years back we took a 1,600-mile road trip from Northern Vermont to Syracuse, NY and ending in Ossining, NY. In one of my previous blog post (What will you discover?), I posted some of our Vermont activities. In this post, I want to share one of our destinations in NY, the 1,000 Islands!
Every time I come across these photos I chuckle. Who are they, I don’t know, I will never know. What I do know is that I was in the right place at the right time, to capture these moments. That is, after all, my superpower, I can freeze time!