September 14, 2015

Best Resources Part 3

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Best Resources Part 3

Airstreamer Ramona Creel is back again today sharing even more of her top resources for Airstreamers! Check out her advice below as you plan your next season of adventure! When you hit the road as an RVer, the shift can be a tad jarring. Your local friends, social calendar, routines are all gone in the blink of an eye. How do you maintain that oh-so-important sense of larger community when you’re always on the go? I don’t know about you, but I didn’t choose this particular traveling existence so I could sit around in a lawn chair at an RV

Top Summer Festivals

  There is nothing quite like the feeling of hitting the open road and traveling the country in search of the best fairs, festivals and summer celebrations! Today on the blog we have put together a list of some vibrant and eclectic community events happening in this great country of ours. Get inspired, pack your bags and explore! Newport Folk Festival July 24th-26th: Newport, Rhode Island Newport Folk Festival has a rich history in creating some of the most iconic moments in folk and rock history, from Bob Dylan going electric to The Felice Brothers playing in the mud through

Transported by a Photographer’s Vision

It was a mild November day in the Northeast and yet I was in Siberia. There were men, women and children bundled in layers of furs, in a caravan, covering vast expanses of snow and ice in fierce wind, sun barely coming through the fog and clouds. Beautiful and stark, the images sent a chill through me as I stood before them. Transported, I’ll tell you, right there at the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York City. An exhibit called Genesis featuring the work of photographer Sebastiao Salgado took my friend and me from Antarctica to Brazil to Madagascar

Making the Familiar New

I’m no stranger to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It’s one of my favorite places in New York. Yet a recent visit made me feel like I was in an unfamiliar place. How wonderful. Typically I go with one of my friends and we choose a specific exhibit we want to see. The current popular ones are about Cubism and, in the fashion arena, “Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire.” While both were interesting, we didn’t linger in either because we weren’t compelled to dwell or immerse. Instead, we wound up playing and wandering. We floated and flitted

The Making of a Global Citizen

I was at the Guggenheim with my artist friend Chuck one recent day to see the Italian Futurism exhibit. We sat for a moment on a bench in the lobby to gather ourselves and get ready to head up its winding ramps to check out the art. A woman was sitting on an adjacent bench. Next to her was a backpack, a large portfolio, some ceramic plates and a few other items. She looked right at me and I got the sense that she wanted to talk. Just as I was making my assessment, Chuck engaged her about the ceramic