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Biking to Point Reyes Lighthouse at Point Reyes National Seashore

We did just a short ride, 8.5 miles each way, from Point Reyes Beach North to the Point Reyes Lighthouse. But along the round trip we made 2,400 feet of elevation gain, with slow pedaling uphill. Thank goodness for an … Continue reading

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Copenhagen, One of the World’s Most Bike-Friendly Cities

At first Copenhagen seemed like a traffic nightmare, with cars and bicycles whizzing past in every direction. But very quickly we realized that everything was extremely well organized with lanes and lights and rules for cars, bikes and pedestrians AND … Continue reading

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Sonoma – the other wine valley. Starting November 1 and still going

Two years ago we celebrated another Christmas with California O’Connells and decided that it would be great to move to Sonoma when we retired. So here we are, moved to Sonoma…for one month. We’ve found our new favorite winery, Buena … Continue reading

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Ch-ch-ch-changing… End of Summer and on the road

We spent the summer on and around Keuka Lake doing our favorite things: swimming, kayaking, relaxing on the dock, picking blueberries at Bedient Farm, eating fresh-picked corn. This year we added biking, including several  44-mile round-the-lake trips. This is our … Continue reading

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Livin’ the Dream September 2 to 11 (Days 1 to 10) Cape Cod

What a fantastic way to start the journey of a lifetime.* This pretty little bungalow in Chatham was our home away from home on Cape Cod for 10 days. Very convenient location, close to the Cape Cod Rail Trail, Short … Continue reading

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Cranberry Chronicles – Sep 6 and beyond (Day 5+)

We’re on Cape Cod. Where are the cranberries? Believe me – I’m looking. In the Midwest, in New York, we’re used to seeing large fields of corn or soybeans or even potatoes during harvest season. So where are the Massachusetts … Continue reading

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