Cruise Port Bar Harbor, Maine

Visiting The Cruise Port of Bar Harbor, Maine A favorite stop for New England and Canada Maritime cruises, Bar Harbor has a lot to offer. The town itself and waterfront are the major attraction with a number of shops and great restaurants to visit. Where Your Ship Docks Bar Harbor is a tender port andContinue reading “Cruise Port Bar Harbor, Maine”

Todays Featured Poster • Misty Fjords, Alaska

The Misty Fjord covers 2,142,243 acres and was designated in 1980 as the Misty Fjords National Monument Wilderness and is the largest wilderness area in the Tongass National Forest. A favorite series of fjords on cruise ship itineraries it includes the impressive Dawes Glacier famous for calving into the fjord. These giclée prints are available in several sizesContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Misty Fjords, Alaska”

Todays Featured Poster • The Acropolis #1

Atop the Acropolis in Athens sits the Porch of the Maidens at the rear of the Erechtheion. Constructed between 421-406BC it directly faces the Parthenon. The maidens were named the ‘Caryatids’, after the young women from the village of Karyes in Laconia in the Peloponnese. This giclée print is in a new series featuring aContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • The Acropolis #1”

Our New Look – Step One

We’re updating our look and this is our newest landing page. We’d love to get your feedback, What do you think? OUR STORY We’re Judi & Dennis, a retired American couple that traveled the world for years with our business. In retirement we can’t seem to shake that wanderlust and are fortunate enough to beContinue reading “Our New Look – Step One”

Needful Travel Things

We’ve been dedicated travelers for several decades. Our trips average about thirty days each and we’re gone about four months out of each year. While Covid slowed us down a bit we’re getting back to it again and we’re dusting off our travel essentials. When we travel our basic packing includes two carry-on sized suitcases,Continue reading “Needful Travel Things”

Todays Featured Poster • Mabry Mill

Mabry Mill On Virginia’s Blue Ridge Parkway. This is one of the most photographed water powered mills in America and has been an attraction on The Blue Ridge Parkway for over 100 years. There’s no better time to drive the parkway than Autumn with the leaves changing color. These giclée prints are available in severalContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Mabry Mill”

Liberty Ships – Little Pieces of History

Above The USS Alstede 1965 Get to Know Some Old Liberty Ships There are ships that, having been retired (decommissioned) are now serving as living history museums dotted around the U.S. and the world. There are ships like the aircraft carrier Intrepid a Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City. The submarine USSContinue reading “Liberty Ships – Little Pieces of History”

Todays Featured Poster • Resurrection Bay

Resurrection Bay, Alaska encloses a rich marine ecosystem with rugged coves, bays and islands. The relatively protected waters and park shoreline attract a large population of North Pacific marine wildlife. Bald Eagles, dolphins, whales, Back-floating sea otters and harbor seals can be seen almost everywhere. These giclée prints are available in several sizes and are custom printed forContinue reading “Todays Featured Poster • Resurrection Bay”

Mabry Mill On The Blue Ridge Parkway

Mabry Mill – Just north of Roanoke on the Blue Ridge Parkway is one of Parkway’s most popular attractions, Mabry Mill. The mill is a water powered gristmill with a farm located at MP (mile post) 176 of the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia. The area featured stop offers a popular restaurant and includes aContinue reading “Mabry Mill On The Blue Ridge Parkway”