Tag Archives: travel blogs

From Pound Puppy to Plaza Athenee

I rescued Vesper Christmas of 2012, best decision ever! Vesper lived on the streets of L.A. scrounging for food and living the hard knocks life. We’re not sure how long she was on…More

How to Bond Girl it in Paris

Vesper is my all time favorite Bond girl, so much so I named my Chihuahua Vesper. My recent trip to Paris had me channeling my inner bond girl and living out scenes right…More

Unjaded in New York City

My recent trip to New York had me thinking about the majestic city and what it had to offer. Every time I visit Manhattan, I unearth a new lesson. This trip was no…More

A Pilot’s Story

To Captain Squirrel with love from your daughter~ “The reason birds can fly and we can’t is simply because they have perfect faith, for to have faith is to have wings.” ― J.M.…More

Burger in Paris

It took Air Frances’ Air Bus 380, 5,658 miles and flying over Greenland at 35,000 feet to land in the city of lights where I had the best burger of my Squirrel life!…More

Where the Chefs Go…

My recent trip to Charleston had my Mom and I discussing at great lengths on where to eat in this very charming city. It’s the one city where choosing a restaurant is actually…More

Squirrel in Da’ Hood

My innocence played out on Sunset airstrip in Hillsboro, OR many moons ago. There were countless summer nights where I begged my Dad to set up the tent so I could sleep outside.…More

Hamptons-Where the Cool Kids Go

When I first heard of the Hamptons years ago, I thought it was a TV show- turns out it’s where the cool kids go. A playground for the wealthy set in New York, the…More

Jet Lag Tips from Travel Squirrel

My neighbor and dear friend Gail just returned from a trip to Italy. She spent ten days in Tuscany. One could consider this region of the world heavenly. I have been once and…More

My Quest to Become a Chefs BFF

My favorite thing about Gato, is that my new “bff” is the chef there (unbeknownst to him). The journey began in Paris last December. One evening, in a tiny restaurant in Montmartre (where no…More