Category Archives: Travel

I’ll Make You A Promise…

1863 Blog Post tomorrow (Tuesday). And back to regular posting schedule after this! Promise. Word of honor. (We had a packed weekend and are flying home from the research trip today.) In the meantime, check-out my latest post on Emerging … Continue reading

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10 Places To Explore At Cabrillo National Monument

I did some of my research for Lighthouse Loyalty at Cabrillo National Monument, Old Point Loma Lighthouse, and with a National Park historian. Recently, I’ve been volunteering at Cabrillo National Monument as a way to “pay it back” and “pay … Continue reading

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Something Different This Friday: Blog Posts About Traveling

This week has been a little crazy with an editing/writing project. (Details coming later!) So…unfortunately, I don’t have the blog post series for the Fridays in October started. However, I thought I’d share two blog posts I’ve recently written for … Continue reading

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Photos from Tom’s Farm Civil War Re-enactment 2014

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Last Saturday I spent a busy day at Tom’s Farm Civil War Re-enactment. From 10am to 6pm I asked research questions, talked with friends, made new acquaintances, and absorbed the military setting. This is where the daydreams for new stories … Continue reading

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Attending a Re-enactment (As a Spectator)

This coming weekend is the Civil War Re-enactment at Tom’s Farm in Corona, California. Here’s a link for more event info. By the way, “McGuire Home, Winchester, Virginia,” Living History Group¬†is NOT encamping at this event. Anyway, as I prepare … Continue reading

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Living History in King’s Canyon National Park

Recently, I spent a week camping in the Sierra Nevada Mountains – King’s Canyon National Park, to be precise.¬†These mountains are one of my favorite places, but until recently I’d always been a little disappointed by the “lack of history.” … Continue reading

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