DC’s ARTECHOUSE plays host to immersive arts experiences that use technology as the foundation of every exhibit, integrating art, music, film, sound, and movement with larger-than-life projections. The Kingdom of Colors installation feels like a futuristic dreamscape inside a kaleidoscope.
Mom came to visit! We drove to Virginia and picked twelve pounds of apples! Since we were out near Shenandoah, we wanted to go on a short hike. However, the app I was using led us to a trail off of a private drive. It was pretty, but next time I think we’ll find a trail […]Read more "Fall fun with my favorites"
How our leaky old roof unexpectedly led us to take a giant leap in reducing our carbon footprint.Read more "Solar System Exploration"
Outstanding in the Field is an annual series of events that celebrates the farmers whose hard work brings food to the table. This group travels around the country bringing their long dining table to farms, the source of ingredients. One of our favorite local farmers hosted this enchanting dinner in a pasture by the Potomac.Read more "The Long Table at Longview Farm"
Anthony completed another journey around the sun, and to celebrate we took a trip through time to the Maryland Renaissance Festival for merriment, hum, and bellytimber. Also, I found another excuse to wear my wedding dress.Read more "Of Wenches, Fools, and Kings"
Our Scandinavian summer excursion rounded out with canals and cobblestones in Copenhagen, Denmark, a surprise trip to Malmö, Sweden, and an unexpected swim under the sea.Read more "Kicking it in København"
Lofoten is a Norwegian archipelago (group of islands) above the Arctic Circle known for dramatic landscapes, viking history, and fishing villages. We explored all of these features by way of a VW campervan, which turned out to be the perfect way to experience wild, wet, and wonderful Lofoten.Read more "Arctic Archipelago Adventure"