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Friday, August 31, 2018
Journeys Into Getting A Sense for A Sense of Place

Getting A Sense for A Sense of Place

It’s late Summer soon to be Fall – time to hit the road and explore. When heading on a journey of exploration in places previously unknown, I especially enjoy the opportunity to try get acquainted with my new surroundings and get a feeling for what makes a place distinctive. For me it all starts with Read Article

Posted by: Admin 9:37 pm
Friday, August 31, 2018
Journeys Into A Sense of Where We Are

A Sense of Where We Are

We’ve been at this for a while now – chronicling the offbeat off the beaten path, overlooked and forgotten. We have gone from sharing places with you to helping empower individuals, communities and those who support smart (community) narratives – i.e. our Journeys into Hidden America (Canada). The trek has been an uneven one – Read Article

Posted by: Admin 9:34 pm
Friday, August 31, 2018
Journeys Into Grabbing a bite and a book

Grabbing a bite and a book

As one travels to or from Massachusetts on I-84, there is a sign that could easily be missed. It is a simple yellow one beckoning travelers to slow down and stop in. It reads “Traveler Food and Books”. The place (Traveler Restaurant) is pretty nondescript from the outside. But inside it is a very unique Read Article

Posted by: Admin 9:21 pm
Friday, August 31, 2018
Journeys Into A Sign of Civic Success: People Know Their Civic Story

A Sign of Civic Success: People Know Their Civic Story

We recently shared with you some words and thoughts about Our Towns: A 100,000 Mile Journey into the Heart of America, by James and Deborah Fallows. It chronicles their trips to 49 communities around America over a 4 year time period. They stopped at places large (Pittsburgh, Louisville, Fresno ) and small (Eastport, Maine; Ajo, Arizona; Read Article

Posted by: Admin 9:16 pm
Sunday, July 2, 2017
Journeys Into Hello Again, Friend – It’s Been a While

Hello Again, Friend – It’s Been a While

I’ve been away from here for too long – on a journey of a different sort. On May 5, after some tough months of health issues, my Mom passed away at age 93. What I had hoped would be a busy Spring/Summer marking Canada-150, Montreal’s 375th anniversary, the 100th Anniversary of the NHL and 50 Read Article

Posted by: Admin July 2, 20177:19 pm
Friday, November 4, 2016
Journeys Into Recommended Reading: “3 essential elements of the place brand formula” (From Destination Think !)

Recommended Reading: “3 essential elements of the place brand formula” (From Destination Think !)

How does the rest of the world see your destination? Shift perceptions in your favour by defining and communicating your authentic place brand that flows outward from your destination’s DNA. (Recommended redaing on creating a Smart Community Narrative – from Destination Think!) ShareFollow

Posted by: Admin November 4, 20161:23 pm
Friday, October 21, 2016
Journeys Into The House of Tomorrow Gets A New Tomorrow (Via WBUR)

The House of Tomorrow Gets A New Tomorrow (Via WBUR)

The “House of Tomorrow,” designed for the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair’s Century of Progress Exhibition, was named a National Treasure this week by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. When it was built it was one of the most innovative and influential buildings in modern architecture, filled with the latest technology and appliances. But it’s Read Article

Posted by: Admin October 21, 20167:00 pm
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Journeys Into “Seven Tips to Create a Heritage Trail”

“Seven Tips to Create a Heritage Trail”

This interesting post from our friends at the National Trust for Historic Preservation. “Great heritage trails are more than just a list of stops at historic places along a mapped route. They can be a journey through time….It’s also a journey all its own to create a heritage trail from start to finish—from deciding what Read Article

Posted by: Admin October 16, 20161:53 pm