For hundreds of years, Penn House and Holy Trinity Penn have shared a close heritage, and when I visited, it was the rain that brought them together.
The United States national parks celebrate an impressive 100th anniversary year in 2016 and what a privilege it was to re-visit some of the national parks over the summer. Living on an island that would easily fit into some of the American national parks, I had forgotten about the space, big skies, sheer spectacle, that if you don’t have a … Continue reading United Selfies of America
Rebecca warned us we would become neon sign aficionados. She was right! A Boneyard, an evocative term not used much these days: it would have once referred to "a seventeenth-century boneyard, a graveyard, the oldest in the city...." for example, and quite out of place in a city as brash and bold as Las Vegas. A … Continue reading The Las Vegas Boneyard