Posts by Wynne Crombie:
A visit to Kentucky’s Shakerville to learn about the sparse and austere lives of the Shakers, who had a community there between 1805-1910.
Seattle’s Pike Place Market: “Someone buy a fish so we can throw it!” By Wynne Crombie Buckets of ice chips were thrown over rows of Dungeness crab and King Salmon fillets. The Pike Place Fish Market, an important part of Seattle’s identity, was ready. The airborne salmon sparkled with tiny slivers of ice as Brian, […]
Traversing the Spreewald, canals, travel south of Berlin near the town of Luebbenau. With walking paths and connecting bridges, you get around by boat.