Posts from abroad!
Summer in New England is lovely. We’ve got beaches, lakes and lobster rolls to keep us happy. Winter is also just fine. With dozens of ski mountains, museums and hot toddies to keep us cozy. (Let’s ignore spring, or as … Continue reading
The mile-long Brimfield Antique Fair, held three times annually, has something for everyone. From small knick-knacks and giant statues to vintage dish ware and furniture from every era, it’s a junk and antique lovers’ paradise. I’ve written an insider’s guide on how … Continue reading
Earlier this summer, Arts at the Armory in Somerville hosted Herbstalk, a day-long event dedicated to connecting city dwellers with the natural world. Among the many teachers, presenters and vendors at Herbstalk was the Herbal Academy of New England, a … Continue reading
I recently returned from a wonderful trip to Glacier National Park in northern Montana, where I spent a little more than a week hiking, boating, reading, cooking, relaxing and unplugging. It was a much-needed break from hectic everyday life and … Continue reading