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Schloss Charlottenburg

Over the last few months, we’ve found ourselves sticking mainly to the East side of Berlin. So today’s field trip was a trek to the West to visit Charlottenburg Palace. 87 more words

Germany

Unofficial Britain: The Tower

We have contributed a short piece called The Tower to Unofficial Britain which you can find here

Unofficial Britain is a new hub for unusual perspectives on the landscape of the British Isles, exploring the urban, the rural and those spaces in between. 53 more words

Psychogeography

Field Trip: Old San Juan, Puerto Rico

Sometimes you just gotta bail… hit the road… get outta Dodge. Take a vay-cay-shun. I love my little corner of the 650, but it’s good to travel and see the rest of the world from time to time. 834 more words

Recipe

behind the scenes at the national weather service

Bri and I were invited to participate in a very special tour of the National Weather Service station this week. Due to budget cuts they will no longer be offering field trips in the future, so I knew we wanted to go! 491 more words

Growing Kids

Field Trip: Matfield Maple Farm

We visited the Matfield Maple Farm located at 107 Matfield St, West Bridgewater, MA 02379 with some friends and the kids last spring. The tour was $6 per person. 160 more words

Blog

Woods walk, right in town

In North Conway, where I often go for errands, dentist appointments and the like, there’s a couple really nice walks. The towns of Conway and North Conway are connected by the Saco River, and the flood plain is declared unsuitable for building, so it is public land, with trails and river access. 262 more words

Field Trip: Tottenham Hotspur Camp

Hi!  Welcome to Day 2 of my posts about our trip to the UK. Today I’m going to show you the beautiful campus of Haileybury College in Hertford Heath, England where our son, Trevor, went to soccer (or football if you’re from anywhere outside the US) camp hosted by the Tottenham Hotspur organization. 304 more words

Field Trip