Looking for the Luv Shack? Look no more.
This will come as no surprise to readers of our round-the-world travel blog: My wife Dani is a talented and engaging writer. During our year of travel, her posts routinely garnered the best feedback and the most comments.
Over the past few months, Dani has shared many DC area adventures, including a renting a bike at Union Station, visiting the Freer Gallery’s Peacock Room, hanging out on main street in Staunton, Virginia, and spending quality time in the Luv Shack.
I am proud to say Dani’s got a new thing going this month – a blog called Resident Tourist – published by our friends at Bethesda Magazine.
Dani will be blogging about all the quirky, off-the-beaten places in and around Washington, DC.
Be sure to check out Resident Tourist at the newly redesigned Bethesda Magazine web site — you can navigate there using the “Blog” pull-down menu on the magazine’s homepage.
In January, Dani and I were approached by Bethesda Magazine to share the story of the our family’s trip around the world. Together, we edited our blog posts into what we hope is a reasonably interesting, readable article.
Thanks to Steve Hull, Lisa Shroder and Maire McArdle at Bethesda Magazine for transforming our pedestrian prose into a really great looking editorial package. If you live in suburban Maryland, you can pick up a copy at Whole Foods and elsewhere.
If you don’t live in the area and are interested, you can download a PDF copy of the article here.