Her latest endeavor is a new book titled, The World Is Our Classroom: How One Family Used Nature and Travel to Shape an Extraordinary Education on how she alternatively raised & educated her children.
So we’re having a discussion with the children and the adults over dinner- as the leader, I have a lot on my plate- watching for road signs, remembering the route that i memorized, besides the shared responsibility of being aware of traffic, maintaining control of your bike, etc.that everyone must … Continue Reading FISH MAGGOTS and other cool things we learned while circling the Mobile Bay
Today we cycled onto an expressway for the first time in our bicycling lives- you gotta trust the tourism- where they send us, we go- up and over a steep bridge to a toll booth- really? the guys said, is this for real, are we allowed? The booth attendant waved … Continue Reading MORE ADVENTURES circumnavigating Mobile Bay
Let’s talk about what we have been eating- tonight- just tonight-we had fried pickles, spicy crawfish salad, smoked tuna dip, shrimp and cheese grits, cajun seafood salad, fish tacos- and oh,key lime pie, which we have at every meal to compare them all. It is a good thing we are cycling … Continue Reading EATING OUR WAY around Mobile Bay
Life on a barrier island in Alabama- where the protected waters grow the sweetest shrimp, and the waters are lit up at night with the lights of big rigs out in the bay- not oil like in the gulf, but natural gas, and where monstrous ancient midden shell mounds (oysters) rise above … Continue Reading CIRCLING MOBILE BAY
At Wintzell’s Oyster Bar in Mobile, Alabama, you can have your oysters”fried, stewed, or nude.” We had them all ways along with baskets of fried green tomatoes and fried pickels and Blue Moon with hunks of fresh orange and bread pudding with rum sauce and key lime pie- the toursim … Continue Reading ,WELCOME TO MOBILE, ALABAMA