Monthly Archives: March 2014

Road Trip! Wynwood Walls Miami!

  From funny caricatures to bold political statements Miami is home to one of the largest collections of public street art in the world, the Wynwood Walls. Created in 2009 by visionary developer Tony Goldman, this once warehouse district has been revitalized and is now a bustling pedestrian-filled outdoor art gallery. Tony was inspired by the windowless walls and, always […]

Road Trip! Little Havana, Miami.

Calle Ocho, Miami! No trip to Miami would be complete without a stop in La Pequeña Habana or Little Havana. Little Havana is a neighborhood located west of downtown with its main drag beginning on 8th Street (Calle Ocho). It is in essence the cultural, communal and political capitol of Miami for Cuban, South and Central Americans. Calle […]

Road Trip! Welcome to Miami, Beeeach!

Miami is so expansive that I am breaking it up into sections, starting with Miami Beach! I made it to Miami by the end of December and was ready to welcome in the New Year “Big Willie Style.”  There is something about palm trees and ocean air that affirms paradise and oozes ethereal ease. The high notes from the […]

Road Trip! Redneck Riviera.

A PNS (Pensacola) Haiku: The south holds the light. Beaches, Boiled Peanuts, Boat Days. Pensacola Zen. Pine Flatwoods. My favorite time to take pictures. On an island in the sun. Doug and Buddy. Two wanderers running low on water and almost out of dog food. In time, Leigh-Cheri became intimate with most of the inanimate […]

Road Trip! Roll Tide!

Gulf Shores, Alabama. Small Town, Big Beach, Bigger Heart. I’m not sure how many of you have the Gulf Coast of Alabama on your must-see-U.S.-tour-list, but you should add it. The air is salty, the beaches are gorgeous, the people are wonderful, the sailboats are plentiful, and the food spectacular. What more do you need? […]