From Atlanta we headed North West through the hills of Tennessee. I was ecstatic. Remember our trip to Gatlinburg to see the fall colors? I wrote about this wondrous place so I won't dwell on it now. We reached St. Louis, Missouri very late at night after a whole day of driving. All the exhaustion … Continue reading The Great American Road Trip
Be it the forests of Wayanad in Kerala or the Mahan forests, housing the oldest Sal trees, our jungles are fast diminishing. A greedy bunch of people want to take control of these forests in the name of development and commercialization. Many real estate companies have also contributed to deforestation. Other causes are expansion of … Continue reading Guest Blog – Conservation needs your Attention Now!
So if you are wondering why I haven't been blogging most of May, it has to do with the unspeakable horrors of moving. Moving where you ask? Out of the sunshine state of Florida with its orange groves and palm trees. On Memorial Day we loaded up a mini-van to the point of bursting and … Continue reading Farewell Florida