What could be more fun than driving half-way across the country in a July heat wave? How about spending a day and a half with more than 100 of your closest relatives? Factor in road construction, traffic delays, torrential rains and ‘no room at the inn’ and you have….my vacation.
I remember summer vacations when I was a kid, driving cross-country in the station wagon. Then my parents bought a pull-along trailer to save money on motels and we experienced life in the campgrounds. My and my sister’s favorite was called Cata Cove and had endlessly tall trees and a thick carpet of soft pine needles.
If you like to travel for the adventure of it or just enjoy visiting different places, “The Globetrotter Diaries” by Michael Clinton may be just your cup of ouzo. This book is packed with anecdotes as well as travel tips for the consummate traveling experience.
Come visit our Green Fair, being held at the library from 2:00 to 5:00 this Saturday, April 13. We’ll have exhibits, booths, games, crafts and more to show everyone how to give GREEN a chance. What does it mean to be GREEN? It could mean the color of your skin, like Kermit the Frog. It […]
Whenever I come across the words “walking tour” I always think of the poet William Wordsworth. I see him wandering his beloved Lake District, lonely as a cloud, coming upon a field of daffodils. Actually, the walking tour is alive and well in this century and can take several forms.
Come to our 6th annual TSCPL Green Fair, Saturday, April 13, 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. There’ll be booths, displays, live animals and crafts for the kids. You can also recycle your surplus electronics and get your sensitive documents shredded. Read on for more information…