The weather was mild and a soft breeze was blowing as our trolley pulled to a stop on the outskirts of town, a perfect day for strolling along the neighborhood of brick warehouses and storefronts. After a short distance, we were on a side street where laundry is hanging on a line extending from a […]
The manatee calf was watchful of her mother. As the mother ascended to the surface from the bottom of the spring fed bay to get air, her calf came alongside to nurse.
The guide sat on one end of the row boat rowing massive oars to get us as close as possible to the terminus (ending point) of Mendenhall Glacier. Eventually we were surrounded on all sides by ice, water, and mist and felt as if we were in the belly of the massive boulders of ice. In […]
Millions of intrepid Americans cross our southern border each year to visit the culturally rich and geographically diverse land of Mexico. I visited inland Mexico with a group, Leadership Women International – Mexico. We were 30 among 28.7 million Americans who visited Mexico in 2015. It’s difficult to part with Mexico’s beautiful coast but take […]