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Sunday, June 9, 2013


Spring 2011 I spent 6 weeks in Macon, GA farming at the Corley Corral with owner, Sandy, and a few other wwoofers.  My first time Wwoofing and it turned out to be a perfect experience. Since I was there in spring I didn't do a lot of harvesting, but I DID do a lot of planting, maintenance, and taking care of animals.  Some of my favorites:

Sugar Bear <3 

Bonnie & Clyde :)

If you are a first-time Wwoofer and not sure that you are ready to embrace the "rough-it" living style that is available at most farms look up Corley Corral on Wwoof USA.  Sandy and her hubby Morgan provide a laid-back intro to organic farming and animal care  They will make you feel welcome as a part of their family.  I was lucky enough to attend Sandy's father's birthday party while I was staying with them, as well as meeting her siblings, daughters and grandkids.  I'm always looking for an excuse to go back and visit.


Monday, January 14, 2013

A Kind Cabbie

A few years ago, my cousin and I were in NYC staying in a hostel. We met some delicious international gentlemen and proceeded to get uproariously drunk. We swapped stories and shots in our hostel, at a sushi restaurant and at several bars. We took a cab home. In the morning I realized I had left my wallet with my license, debit card, and $20 in the cab. I canceled my card and ordered a new license. Back home a few weeks later I received a package in the mail that contained my wallet, license, debit card , $20 and a note from the cabbie that said "you left this in my cab. Hope you had a good time in New York. God bless." He left no name or return address. Wherever you are, Kind Cabbie, thank you! You have changed my opinion of cab drivers everywhere.

Happy travels,