Tag: Transport

Biking Along the Lehigh River – Jim Thorpe PA

Jim Thorpe in Pennsylvania’s Carbon County is named after a legendary athlete who had never set foot in it. Nowadays it is a place that attracts bikers, hikers, rafters, rail buffs, and architecture enthusiasts. We were there to… Read More

Pic(k) of the Week – Train Ride Through Story Land

Spring 2012 – Skyline Drive

After spending a couple of days navigating the hub-and-spoke madness that is Washington DC, the clean lines of Skyline Drive making its way through the cool, green Shenandoah National Park was a welcome break. It was the end… Read More

Summer Saturdays at Sycamore

It was all about the fifties. Cars, carhops, fuzzy dice, burger and shakes, and of course, the music. The tunes would make you want to twirl, and twirl they did. How often do you see couples dancing on… Read More

Midcoast Maine – Day Three

At first, I wasn’t very sure I wanted to spend a sunny July afternoon inside a museum, but boy was I wrong. First of all, this isn’t your typical museum, confined within walls, this opens out into a… Read More

What I Did This Spring

I have been busy traveling these past couple of months. My parents were visiting us, so we decided to make good use of the balmy spring days. With a six-going-on-seven month old in tow, who I may proudly… Read More

Pic(k) of the Week – Indian Motorcycle of Springfield

An Eco-Friendly Tour of Pittsburgh

  Old Pittsburgh relied on coal and steel, the new one depends on talent. Putting behind the trappings of a successful industrial past and spasms of unemployment, Pittsburgh has reinvented itself with new industries, sports stadiums, parks, biking… Read More

Train, Plane or Car?

If you ask me, the best thing about traveling by train is that you can wear your shoes and keep them on for the entire journey. Nope, not the free Wi-Fi or the scenery or even the dining… Read More