Bring Your Camera

    “Come with me to deliver this load of mulch,” Bruce said last night after supper. I never know what our trips will bring. He doesn’t usually ask me along; so I know when he does invite me, there’s something he wants me to see. “Bring your camera,” he added as I walked toward … Read more

Traveling On Music Street

  From foggy N’awlins. (Did I spell that right?) Took many photos, haven’t gone through them all, but here’s one, turned b&w by computer magic, a guy playing cello (my favorite instrument) in the street. He was actually pretty good, at least to my ear. Ears are still ringing after a walk down Bourbon Street … Read more

Ticket To Ride – Edition 10 Is Out

Image © 2011 by Sheila Cano   Edition 10 will soon be out on ebook! Let’s go! Edition 10 is all about travel and motion, getting somewhere, and what we do when we arrive. Traveling takes many forms, so buckle up—we invite you to read some road-ready short stories by the wandering scribes at … Read more

Dream of Chincoteague

Part two in a series by M Dawn Thacker. Click here for part one. “If it doesn’t snow, we’ll go President’s Day weekend. Ryan is out of school Monday and Tuesday, so we can make a long weekend of it,” Bruce announced after listening to me go on and on about Chincoteague for a week. … Read more

Where Would You Go?

“Where would you travel, if you could go  anywhere in the world right now?” I asked the group of women assembled at the Short Story Club meeting in the nursing home.  We had just taken turns reading paragraphs from a travelogue written by twenty-two year old Lindsay, Mary’s adopted granddaughter from the University of Virginia. … Read more

The Call of Chincoteague

Click here to view M Dawn’s sample picture book. Three weeks ago I fell in love, and not with a person.  I had been after Bruce for months to take off with me to a new destination, but his landscaping/mulching, and handyman business had not let up like it usually does in winter. I had … Read more