Monthly Archives: October 2015

Alexis featured in a Boston-based Fitness Blog

Boston, MA (October 2015) – Congrats to my daughter Alexis for working hard in multiple areas
of her life including her physical fitness.   She’s been a health coach and mentor for dozens of people for the past 3-years. Screenshot 2015-10-10 10.06.01Her passion is helping other people of all ages, shapes, and sizes through goal-driven results and Herbalife formulas.  She’s a wealth of personal knowledge in diabetes management and has help countless kids/young adults throughout her life.   She’s volunteered for ADA events, made baskets for kids just diagnosed, worked children with diabetes summers camps in 2 states, and Even Skype other diabetics throughout the world through her GLIDE (Global Leadership In Diabetes Education) program.  You can see her website at

The full article can be read at

Congrats Alexis and keep up the excellent work; you are making a difference one person at a time!!!

Flume Fun

Franconia Notch, NH (October 2015) – 

Fall in NH is just beautiful to see.   This week marked the long weekend that my brother and his wife from California came to visit us.    One of top things he wanted to do was to visit “The Flume” in Franconia Notch State Park.   So my parents and I headed up in the car with them.

Our first stop was Clark Trading Bear parking lot.   From the lot, we saw a bear eating his lunch and really didn’t pay to much attention to the exploding crowd starting to surround the cage. Personally I haven’t been in this attraction since I was single digits old.

How can you resist the brilliant red color of a covered bridge?

How can you resist the brilliant red color of a covered bridge?

From there, we headed up the road to Indian Head Resort.   My brother and I climbed the fire tower to the top to check out the views.   WOW, great views! The mountain-sides looked like a pastel painting with all the different fall colors dominating the landscape.  If you don’t like heights and a little sway in a metal structure; probably not for you.

We proceeded to our lunch destination and our fathers all-time favorite restaurant in the north country, Polly’s Pancakes located in Sugar Hill.   This is north of the the notch or on the back-side of Cannon Mountain.  Here we all ate amazing homemade food and a raspberry pie with ice cream that was to die for.  Highly recommend this place.  (www.

The yellow just "popped" with the afternoon sun hitting it.

The yellow just “popped” with the afternoon sun hitting it.

Finally fulling our stomachs, it was time to work some calories off with a brisk walk through The Flume Gorge.   The gorge being nearly 200 million years old from the Jurassic times extends 800 ft on the base of Mt Liberty.

It features walls of granite that rise to a height of 70 to 90 feet and are 12 to 20 feet apart. As you walk through the gorge you see vegetation on the walls that love moist places, like moss and trees growing in non-traditional ways to gain access to water.

October in New Hampshire is very delightful from the crisp air, upper 60’s in temp (during the day), and the landscape colors that are mother-natures breath taking creations. We all dread what season comes next for us.   HAHA!

Hope you enjoy the pics I took while at The Flume.

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