New York is a huge and wonderful city, with great people (even if at rush hour people can get a little pushy), famous tall buildings, and city parks that have endless paths to walk on, along with amazing history. I have lived in the city that never sleeps for 11 years, and can proudly say that I’m a city girl.
We were a small party of complete strangers. Margaret and I are both in our sixties; Olaf, a septuagenarian from Finland had just arrived in Australia; and Russell an experienced cameleer, author and adventurer led the trek.
As work permit holders on the island of Bermuda, neither myself or my husband, can stay forever. We live on work permits, which means we are allowed to live and work on the island for the duration of the permits. This is usually 2 – 3 years on average.ShareThis
Montana: Big Sky Country, peppered with mountains, lakes, and as much of the great outdoors as you can breathe in. It’s our fourth largest state, and includes Glacier National Park, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, and Yellowstone National Park.
Here are some fall photos from Godfjorden, ten minutes drive from my house.
Community: that’s a word which comes to mind when you think of Cape Breton.ShareThis