Once upon a time, eating vegan out of the house was difficult, to say the least. While it’s still not the easiest option, I’m finding that I’m hardly ever stuck with a salad or baked potato. Traveling through the airports this year was a breeze. I found something palatable everywhere [keep reading…]
Our travel experiences, from a vegan perspective.
Traveling as a vegan can be a challenge, as most of you are aware. Of course, if you are traveling to a vegan friendly area, such as Portland, OR, you probably don’t have to do anything in advance! But we all know that it can be difficult to find good [keep reading…]
So, we’re back. I’d love to say we had a wonderful trip, but unfortunately I threw my back out my first night there. I’m slowly getting better, but it is still rather uncomfortable to sit for long periods of time. I won’t go into details, because this is a blog [keep reading…]
I read a rather funny description of flying as a vegan in Monday’s New York Times. The article was authored by Wayne Pacelle, of the US Humane Society and let me tell you, I can relate! Pacelle talks about his travails trying to get peanut butter through security — “The [keep reading…]
Jane’s mom is here for a visit, so we took a quick trip down to Palm Desert (a resort town in the California desert) this weekend. The weather was excellent there. (Unfortunately, it was in the 90’s here this weekend too, so we could have just stayed home!) But we [keep reading…]
Friday morning Jane and I loaded up the car for a long weekend trip to Arizona. Our primary reason for the trip was to visit a younger cousin who’s away at college in Prescott. We also decided to visit Sedona since it’s been nine years since we were there last. [keep reading…]