Archive for the "World Travel" category

My White House Visit

by Beth Whitman (December 24th, 2014)

A couple of weeks ago I made a little visit to the White House. Yeah, the White House. I didn’t meet or even see the President or First Lady but I may have seen the motorcade that carried Prince William. The invitation came from Fran Holuba, Global Engagement Directorate for the National Security Council. The […]

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Road Signs in Europe

by Beth Whitman (May 20th, 2014)

Here’s a smattering of road signs in Europe. It’s ones like these that help keep our roads safe. Oh how this policeman loves his white sheetrock… While this one finds it quite heavy… This guy? Not so much. Looks like you’ll end up in a guillotine by going down this road… Need a wash? There’s […]

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Old School Travel

by Beth Whitman (January 12th, 2012)

I’ve recently found myself reading a couple of travel memoirs written in the 80’s and early 90’s. I didn’t set out to purposely read these because they are older titles, I just came upon them and was drawn in. The first was In Papua New Guinea, by Christina Dodd. This is the story of a […]

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