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Hannah Apricot Visits Cuba

Delegates to the International Permaculture Convergence show a picture of life with little petroleum March 19.

Hitting the Heights in Athens

Greeks we met were mostly soft-spoken and not prone to bragging that Greece gave the world democracy, theater, philosophy, medicine, and much more. But one sommelier at Grande Bretagne’s roof garden lamented to us that Greeks feel that their wines lack appreciation in the outside world.

Cruising the Adriatic

There are mega-sized cruise ships that you could fit the entire population of Buellton into and still have room for the crew.

In the Ballpark

Barney goes to the Cactus League spring training games and also dines out in the Phoenix area.

Hitting the Desert Trail

We drove out of Santa Barbara in a downpour, setting the GPS for the high and dry country of Arizona.

California Getaway

To some Santa Barbarans, there are times when the town is just too busy, too Saturday-night-boisterous, too crowded with traffic. Just too-too. That’s when they head 45 minutes down the road to little Ojai, cupped in Ventura County’s hills.

Cruising the Caribbean

I’ve always wondered what it would be like to ply the Caribbean’s turquoise waters aboard a yacht, sipping Champagne and nibbling caviar.

On the Colorado Trail

Lacking the euros to tour Europe, I hit the road to “Switzerland of America” country in southwest Colorado.

Live Wires at Death Valley

Eyebrows were raised when we announced at the coffee shop that we were heading for this 3.3-million-acre rock pile.


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