Summer vacations are much more than casual relaxation. As Alex Soojung-Kim Pang shows us in his book Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less, “Work and rest aren’t opposites like black and white or good and evil. They’re more like different points on life’s wave.” You can develop a lot of skills while traveling on vacation, such as writing, photography, and blogging. That’s why we’ve compiled 15 of the best Travel Blogging WordPress themes of 2017.
Eifel Mausi brings the beauty of the Eifel to would-be Expats, travellers, and Germanophiles alike. Written by a small town girl from Texas who fell in love with a small town boy from the Eifel, this blog is sprinkled with stories and lessons learned about life as an Expat in Germany.
It all came down to this. On Saturday (July 23), AMC aired the series finale to their western juggernaut “Hell on Wheels.” It’s been a long road for Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount) and the Central Pacific Railroad, and while it looked like loose ends were being tied up, a few new issues were thrown into the mix.
A photo op showing the hammering of the Golden Spike is exactly where Thomas Durant (Colm Meaney) needed to be to continue showcasing that false stature of success. But it was not long before the rug was pulled out from under him. A subpoena by President Grant himself had Durant and Bohannon tasked with a trip to Washington. It looked like Mr. Durant was finally being brought to justice for all his dastardly deeds.
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If you think you know Kenilworth, think again. James Cavener, a 40-year PSABC member and long-time Kenilworth resident has something to show and tell. Join the Preservation Society on November 9th for an illustrated program on one small community’s huge architectural heritage. Cavener’s story in short: “Bracketed between the monumental Zealandia mansion on the crest…
RV’s are designed to be off-grid. Propane tanks, LP appliances, generators, water holding tanks and batteries allow most recreational vehicles to boondock (dry-camping away from any hookups like power water or waste) for limited periods of time.
But the majority of traditional RV systems have limitations with dependence on costly and non-renewable resources like propane or other petroleum products. With the Land Yacht we don’t want to be dependant on propane, fuel or the, “grid”. So we began looking at different sustainable and efficient off-grid solutions. Our goal is to:
Obviously we have some hurdles to clear but here are some of the sustainable systems and solutions we are using or considering:
My wedding was awesome. Well where do I start? The wife and myself planned our wedding with a very fair budget and exactly what she had dreamed of all her life. Everything went perfect until 10pm rolled around and the Limousine company called to inform us that they weren’t coming. So here we are in the middle of our most special moment of our life and it is crashing down on us… Read More