Written on November 6, 2014
Written on October 30, 2014
This bench was built in memory of my grandfather by the community where he lived and volunteered many hours of his time. He was always manning the grill, flipping burgers, and refilling the beer at the annual barbecue in this park, among other endeavors. It had rained heavily in the days before this photo
I mentioned a few weeks back that I took a vacation to Grand Cayman in the beginning of the summer. What I didn’t also mention is that I went back in late August – but this time for work! I have a new freelance gig as an Investigator (photographer/writer) for Oyster.com. Owned
Blog! I’ve missed you! I am sorry I left you. The fact is, I got busy. I’ve been doing well with my freelancing work (and am very grateful for this), and mixed with enjoying summertime in the city, weekends away, and some travel, I have neglected AWR. I hope to post more
Written on May 1, 2014
As previously mentioned, I took a quick 5-day trip to Montreal earlier in the month, two days of which were purely train travel. This left us 3 days to explore – a perfect amount of time for a small city in not-so-great weather. Here are some highlights of the trip:
Written on April 22, 2014
Oh hi…remember me? It’s been a crazy few weeks, but in the midst of it all, I had a little getaway to Montreal. And it was fun!
Written on March 14, 2014
I know it is getting a little late to talk about winter getaways. The weather is slowly warming and there will be some spring blooms (flowers, really!) sprouting up soon. But there was a snowstorm just last week and March and April have their fair share of gross weather.
Written on February 13, 2014
On this lovely day when New York is expected to get up to 15 inches of snow(!), I thought it would be a good idea to continue the winter getaway series. Let’s go to Mexico!
Written on February 7, 2014
Yesterday I posted about why you should take a winter getaway, prefaced with gross pictures of New York in the winter. On Wednesday, the sidewalks were covered in 6 inches of slush that had turned brown. Lovely.
Written on February 5, 2014
This was the view out my window for the past two weeks. This was the view down my block on Tuesday. This is Williamsburg, which is currently even uglier than usual. Seriously, New York is disgusting in the winter.