Author Archives: Richard Anderson
It’s our 7th “ski vacation” and, for the first time, we returned to the same valley. Having gone to Zinal in 2014, we returned to the Val d’Anniviers in Switzerland, this time in the town of Saint-Luc. From Sierre, Saint-Luc is not as far
We spent 4 days/5 nights in a house in Le Bourg-Dun, France just under 4 km from the beach. The weather was finer than we might have imagined yet we still used the fireplace daily. In a rental with a tiny, oven-less kitchen, the fireplace proved a real
Not fitting into any story nor neat category are these few more images from our spring time trip to the Argonne. A few of these have been (more than usual) heavily manipulated in Adobe Lightroom. The power of what a computer can
The students and staff of the École Georges Gusdorf entertained family and friends on 10 June 2016. While I did not have the best view in the Théâtre de la Plaine for photography, it was “as good as any, better than
With thousands of other Parisians, we went to the river on Saturday to take a “as seen with our own eyes” survey of the flood. As I write this, we are happily seeing the sun for the first time in a week. More
Our travel east from Paris to Verdun and the Argonne forest was through Reims. Before the return train, we quickly visited the cathedral. Restoration work continues on the west front — and, coincidentally, to a portion of the nearby Carnegie library.
Cousins raised as brothers — four boys from two sisters who married two brothers — only one would survive the Great War.
Inspired by The Wedding Registry Gifts We Still Use 10 Years Later (and the Ones We Don’t) — via Life in the Kitchen | The Kitchn I have strangely strong opinions on napkin rings. And you’re using them wrong. The mention in
I was surprised on a recent trip to learn that Meuse-Argonne is the largest American military cemetery in Europe. It is the second largest in the world; only the American military cemetery in Manila is larger. Even with the late (albeit