The Peripatetic Traveler

Monthly Archives: May 2017

When I was growing up, my Mom and I would drive from Richmond, VA (where we lived), to Gilmanton Iron Works (GIW), NH, to spend the summer at the family cottage. Our first trip was in 1960 – the year we moved to Richmond in January – and our last was in 1969 – the year I graduated from high school. The trip initially took two days, but as the Interstate system… Read More

No, this isn’t one of my usual travelogue posts – not that I’ve actually *written* any “usual travelogue posts” (or any other posts, for that matter) lately… Instead, this is about the current resident of the White House, and something I decided to do. Warning: If you are just fine with the 45th President, you might not like the rest of this post. If you read it anyway, you can’t say I… Read More

From The Ground Up

Chronicling the buildup of a 6x6 Jeep CJ-6

Just North of Paradise

Sporadic Musings on Writing, Art, Natural History, Travel, and Food

Plying Through Life

Travel Stories and Other Adventures

Always Departing

Traveling through the wonderment of a curious world.

Thomas’ Travels

My Peace Corps Experience in Mozambique

Smokey the Jeep

The adventures and evolution of a lifelong dream

IHRA

The best in WWII aviation history

The Peripatetic Traveler

Thoughts about my travels - of all kinds.

Girly Camping®

It's Not Just For Boys...

Casual Travelers

because the world is too interesting to stay home

Storyshucker

A blog full of humorous and poignant observations.

They Need To Go

Why Certain Members of Congress Need to be Voted OUT. A Libralistics blog.