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Quote of the Week
Packing - Luggage, Backpacks and Bags
Looking for the Sound of Music


 
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What's New?
There are several new subscribers - Welcome!  Many of the new subscribers found me through Ravelry - a site where knitter, spinners and crocheters congregate. I've updated my Ravelry profile page  with new projects - at least a half dozen that I've completed recently, or not so recently. There are new pages on the website - I've added "Newsletter" (info and archives) "Travel Product Recommendations" (as it sounds) and will soon be adding, "Knitting Product Recommendations." On the product pages, I post reviews of products that I have used and enjoyed. 
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Quote of the Week - 15 April 2016

“One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.”
- Henry Miller

 

This Week's Post:

Packing - Luggage, Backpacks and Bags

I’ve been thinking a lot about luggage lately.  I’m taking a graduate class in digital media and needed to do a capstone project.  I decided to produce a video about choosing luggage.  Someday, I may post it here, but for now…

I’ve talked a bit in the past about packing in a carry-on bag and I still promote that idea.  You may not agree, so I got out all my old luggage, took some pictures and I’ll talk about them a bit

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From the Archives:
Looking for the Sound of Music
and
Looking for the Sound of Music, part 2

There are several sites in Salzburg, Austria that were used in the filming of the Sound of Music.  Visitors can see some of them on the Original Sound of Musicbus tour that I detailed in the first part of Looking for the Sound of Music.  There are some sites that are not included on the tour, but are easily accessible in the “old Town” part of the city.

The bus tour ends and drops its passengers off at the edge of the Mirabell Gardens.  This beautiful garden was used for the filming of most of the singing of “Do Re Mi.” Maria and the children dance around the fountain, run through the arbor and finish the song on the steps at the west end of the garden...

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Paris is my favorite city in Europe and I’d love to share it with you.   I’ve arranged a tour, and would love for you to join me.   We will visit many of the highlights of Paris, along with yarn and fabric shops...

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