East Coast road trip: Florida to Massachusetts in 5 days

What happens when you find a $10/day rental car rate from Hertz with just one catch: You must drive one-way out of Florida? Hi

How to visit Brimfield Antique Show weekend

I just visited the Brimfield Antique Show weekend for the first time ever, and it was so obvious that I arrived unprepared the

Road Trip to MASS MoCA art museum

One of the things I love about living in New England is that there is never a lack of activity on the weekends. If you want a

Hidden gem: Crowe’s Pasture Beach in South Dennis, MA

This past weekend, we were feeling a little spring fever-ish and headed toward Cape Cod in search of beaches. It was sunny, bu

B&W Challenge, Day 2: Chinatown Gateway in Boston

Here’s my post for Day 2 of the B&W photo challenge. This photo is Boston’s Chinatown Gateway at night. I am

B&W challenge, Day 1: Fallen soldier memorial at Old North Church

There is a black and white photography challenge going around Facebook and Instagram whereby a friend will tag/challenge five

Celebrating the Year of the Horse in Boston’s Chinatown

The Chinese New Year lion dance parade in Boston’s Chinatown is one of my favorite events of the winter. The lion dance

Freezing on First Night

It never fails. No matter how nice and warm the weather is before New Year’s, the temperatures always seem to take a nos

Take a walk: Mass Audubon’s Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

I recently visited Mass Audubon’s Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary  as a way to get around the epic killer of hope called

Cruising on Boston Harbor

A few weekends ago, Rich and I decided to take a cruise around Boston Harbor. We were in a stretch of gorgeous weather and we

Boston in black and white

Boston is a beautiful city and is even more beautiful when shot using black and white photography. Seeing Boston in black and

In bloom at Tower Hill Botanic Garden

Winter in New England seems like it lasts forever. Two weeks ago, the temperatures still dipped into the mid-30s at night but

Boston is my city, and it always will be

By now, everyone in the world knows what happened in Boston on April 15, 2013. I didn’t know anyone who was hurt in the

Searching for green at Tower Hill Botanic Garden

Today is St. Patrick’s Day, but I was on the hunt for a different kind of green. I was in need of warmth and flowers. Th

Cape Cod in winter (Yes, it’s possible.)

It’s the beginning of February and I’m just now getting around to my first blog post of 2013. And … I’m actually posti