Before I was born, my parents went to Europe for a summer driving holiday with my brother (age four) and sister (two and a half). Family lore has it that my sister refused (loudly, and with terrible-two certainty) to use a French toilet because she
Stepping onto an Irish bluff, I found the point I’d created off the coast of Rhode Island.
A Scottish adventure teaches new uses for familiar English words, as well as the luxury of lingering.
A change of perspective is important, no matter how ideal our every day location is.
It happens every summer, as predictably as a Narragansett Bay seabreeze: the tourists arrive.