Thursday, August 11, 2011

Where are we going? To the beach!

Tomorrow is another travel day, this time beginning the trek home.  Over the past week and a half I've been to Pittsburgh, Washington DC, and Dewey Beach, Delaware.  Tomorrow we're heading back home to Canada after visiting a friend in Wilmington Delware, probably with a rest stop overnight somewhere along the way. 

The last week's posts have been review heavy, and there are a few more to come.  Along with another DC post will be a few posts covering Dewey Beach, of course focusing on gluten free travel as well as great places to stay and fun things to do.  These reviews are all personal, not sponsored.  The restaurants and other establishments I review have not provided me with free services or other type of compensation.  I will always include a disclaimer within a specific post if I have received any compensation or will receive any compensation for one of my reviews.

The 100 in 2011 reading list has been updated with my latest read.  For those of you new to the site, that's where I post what I've been reading this past year, with the goal of finishing 100 books before December 31st.  These books are those I read for interest and/or relaxation.  I was doing a lot of academic reading for my thesis this year, so many of the fiction choices have been easy reads, and for some reason supernatural/urban fantasy reads have been high on the list, much different from my usual reading. 

I plan on putting together a gluten-free book list in the future, with resources for living well without gluten. 

Early next week I'll have organized my new travel posts under both the Product Reviews and Gluten Free Travel categories that they belong to for easy reference. 

Today and tomorrow's posts will be lighter than usual, with just a few snapshots of our time on vacation.  Look for regular posting to resume Saturday, with the weekly menu plan resuming on Sunday, and more travel review posts early next week.

I'll leave you today with a few shots of the beach here in Delaware. 


This is my son's version of "relaxing"

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