Great Shawna Island Farm at Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort
Pennsylvania’s Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort takes food sustainability seriously, and creates profits, taking food from their farm to their tables.
Read more at Suite101: Shawnee Inn’s Own Local Sourcing
Shawnee's beekeeper Erin Schroll
ShawneeCraft Brewery: aging beer in oak casks & hand bottled
Foodshed Alliance products at Shawnee Inn's Tuesday market
Jackie Gleason learned how to play golf at Shawnee in 1959
“Out with the old and in with the older.”
Shawnee’s Centenary motto
On Pennsylvania’s Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort’s spacious and secluded grounds guard bees congregate on the porch of the hives providing ventilation for the life of the queen. Six varieties of tomatoes, white eggplant, Chinese five-color peppers and multi-colored chard thrive in the middle of one of America’s oldest award-winning golf courses. Micro-beers are being bottled by a former electronics engineer of advanced defense weapons. Goat cheese is delivered fresh from a local farm. The mist on the Delaware River swirls through the tree-covered Pocono Mountains, and Frank Sinatra’s voice croons softly through the 100 year old lobby. This is the 21st Century?
Read more at Suite101: Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort: Preserving the Best for a Century
The River Sanctuary
Shawnee Inn (1911)
guard bees in the Apiary - they're providing cooling ventilation for the Queen
Chinese 5-color pepper at the Shawnee Farm
The Verandah at Shawnee Inn
The Inn in the evening
Saltwater Cafe's decorative lamp, soft sculptures and Silver Spoon Award hanging just below the 6' Ike water level marker
Galveston, Texas, from breakfast at the Tremont through a late night cocktail at M & M’s, this city should be on any foodie’s culinary map.
My latest article on suite101: Galveston Gourmet
Ship Channel from Willy G's
M & M Restaurant & Bar
Tremont House Hotel's restored 1888 Henry Toujouse rosewood bar from the former First Henry's Cafe
Tremont House Hotel lounge from the Cafe
Star Drug Store, 1906
Port of Galveston
Galveston, Texas, once the New York of the Southeast, is struggling to regain its much deserved prominence among America’s ocean side retreats.
My latest article, Galveston Rising, on suite 101 is a Featured Article in their Travel section.
Galveston: Birthplace of "Juneteenth"
Galveston Beach, (lower right) Jamaica Beach area of Galveston island
Stately Oak trees once shaded all of Galveston but Ike's tidal surge killed most of the trees. A city art project has turned dozens of trunks into fanciful sculptures. This one (lower right) is in front of the fire station. (upper right) house in the 1930's Cedar Lawn district
Despite herculean restoration efforts, Hurricane Ike's 2008 damage still leaves its mark
Galveston's beautiful historic Silk Stocking District with most homes pre "1900 Storm"
The free ferry service (both car & pedestrian) to Bolivar Peninsula across the Ship Channel and Galveston Bay
Galveston's Historic Commercial District where gaslamps light the streets and Zoltar will tell your fortune
Galveston’s vibrant café and restaurant scene is the best I’ve experienced on the Texas Gulf coast – await Part II of my Galveston articles on Suite101.