Tag Archives: travel writing

From Goodkind Block to the Lower Madison

by cheri goodkind block On my way out of Helena, I noticed this stout historical building that bore my maiden name Block. I wondered who Misters Goodkind and Block were. After consulting the Helena history of this building, I learned … Continue reading

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Southern Idaho

By cheri Battling the traffic and crowds at all Bay Area airports has become a way of life for those of us who live there. So much so that we are jarred into a mindset which tells us that this … Continue reading

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Twin Bridges, Montana

  by cheri sabraw Every town or city in which we stopped, especially in Montana, became an opportunity for speculation. Is this a place where we could live part of the year and exit California congestion? This line of questioning we … Continue reading

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The Palouse

by cheri sabraw We entered the Palouse without knowing it. As far as the eye could see were golden undulating hills that looked like Mother Earth  had experienced a serious case of the shivers. From Spokane to the Snake River … Continue reading

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