Chincoteague Accommodations for the Misty Fan: Miss Molly’s Inn

This entry is part 7 of 12 in the series Misty of Chincoteague & Pony Penning Week 2016

Situated at the end of Chincoteague’s downtown is an unassuming three-story, pale yellow house. Painted blue flowers cascade down the white front porch pillars. This is Miss Molly’s Inn, the b&b where Marguerite Henry stayed when she began writing her now famous, Misty of Chincoteague. While a literary pilgrimage to Chincoteague is not complete without

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PEI Accommodations for the Anne of Green Gables Fan

This entry is part 8 of 13 in the series Anne of Green Gables & Prince Edward Island

For this trip we split our stay on PEI between two B&B’s. The first in New Glasgow, a little quieter and less touristy, and the second in the heart of Cavendish, the touristy area. Our plan was to visit the heritage sites and spend our evenings relaxing at a quiet B&B with a Jacuzzi tub, and

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Amish Country Wedding Venues

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Amish Country, Pennsylvania

No, we’re not in the stages of planning a wedding. We’re not even engaged. But, if we had been on a vacation to choose a wedding venue, we’d come to the right place. We had come for a romantic weekend getaway, but that’s speeding things up a bit too fast. While visiting Amish country we

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Winter Getaway at A Canadian Cabin and Sled Dog Ranch

A few years ago Micah and I found ourselves in desperate need of a weekend away from noisy condo life and insane neighbors (I wish I was exaggerating). As the weather was just on the cusp of winter and our getaway location was narrowed to places we could maximize our weekend time with a day

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Travel Log: Las Vegas and the “$20 Trick”

This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series Las Vegas to Zion & Bryce Canyons

  A trip to Southern Utah’s National Parks was not on my radar and nor was spending any time in Las Vegas, but when good friends requested we attend their very small wedding in Utah, we accepted. This trip took us to Kanab, Utah by way of Las Vegas.  [Day 1]   We hadn’t even

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Travel: Abnormal Abodes

Sitka’s Geodetic Survey House *Photo from 2011* Staying in Sitka is always fun because I seem to end up staying in unusual types of housing. A few summers ago I spent 5 weeks in Sitka for work and was housed in an old Geodetic Survey House. The house’s basement not only still had seismograph machinery,

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Travel Log: Visiting Worth Matravers, or why you should stay in an Airbnb – Day 14

This entry is part 19 of 25 in the series Literary London & Enid Blyton's Dorset

Do yourself a favor, stay in an Airbnb, and make friends with your hosts.  Our Swanage Airbnb host Angela, informed us the night before that she was concerned that we were not having as good a time as we should be having. Her other guests, she informed us, gushed about their days spent in Dorset

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