The Quick & Dirty The Highlights: A drive down part of the Blue Ridge Parkway, learning after the fact that there’s a National Radio Quiet Zone on your way out, and all of the beautiful, quiet landscape, and adding a new micro-brew to my list. The Lowlights: The beautiful, quiet landscape. It makes it seem … More OBECRT – Heading Home
New Format Alert! Give me feedback — all the feedback! The Quick & Dirty Version The Highlights: J’s Oyster Bar (a must for oyster lovers!), Allagash Brewery (because yes, my dog is named after one of their best beers), Rhum Food + Grog (TIKI BAR!), MJ’s Wine Bar (for DIY flights), Sonny’s Restaurant (it’s in … More OBECRT – Portland!
So, those of you who have been with me for a while know that I’ve played around with a lot of different things while trying to get my feet under me. When I first started PKM, I popped in the tagline you see up top: Food, Drink, Travel, Life! I have been back and forth … More A Little Update
I honestly couldn’t tell you how I came across Winter Island, but I’m glad I did. There’s a possibility that I saw it on the map when I was looking around, but likely it came from one of a million websites out there about visiting Salem and the surrounding areas. I hadn’t budgeted a lot … More OBECRT – Winter Island & Salem
Day Two of OBECRT found us traveling from Quantico to Boston; Peabody, MA to be specific. Staying in Boston proper can be a little pricey, but Peabody was affordable and it looks like pretty easy access in to Boston if you’re traveling on a budget. Thanks to the smaller size of states in the Northeast, … More OBECRT – VA to MA
One of my very bestest friends from Rhodes, someone I count as a brother, is a Mainer. They’re a funny bunch, those Mainers, but 100% lovable and I fell in love with Maine just as much as its residents on our Big East Coast Road Trip. Why the BECRT, you ask? Because this guy got … More Our Big East Coast Road Trip
At first, I was confused as to how I hadn’t managed to get a post about our Biltmore trips up and then I realized that 1) they didn’t used to allow pictures inside the house, and 2) we always went in February and the gardens were sleeping. This time, we went in August specifically to … More Biltmore Estate Gardens