The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see – G.K. Chesterton As March break begins, I am reminded of our trip last year to Bermuda, where I learned how not to be just a tourist. We did many tourist type activities – a crazy few days driving a scooter, […]
“Just tell yourself, Duckie, you’re really quite lucky!” – Dr. Seuss Last March, I took this photo in Bermuda. For Christmas, my son gave me a painting he did of the photograph.I truly am a lucky duck.
In March, 2011, we visited Bermuda and stayed near St. Peter’s church in the town of St. George. This church is thought to be the oldest continually used church in the Western Hemisphere. The original church was built in 1612. Many parts of the current building originated from the structure built in 1713. There are two graveyards on […]
“Climb up some hill at sunrise. Everyone needs perspective once in a while and you’ll find it there.” – Robb Sagendorph Admittedly I did not climb a hill to get this shot – I took it from the balcony of our Bermuda accommodation – but it did give me fresh perspective. Sunrises and sunsets have […]
As I stood outside on yard duty yesterday, bracing myself against a rather cold December wind, I decided to use the power of positive thought and conjure up memories of Bermuda. I spent a great deal of time on that trip doing very little, but I did manage to take one or two photos. We took […]