Selected Works by the Travel Writer Laureate

Even though I'm not always such a fan of list-making, I have to admit, sometimes they can be a lot of fun to compose. Today's list is inspired by National Poetry Month, which begins on Thursday, April 1, 2010.
  1. Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening for a Romantic Winter Getaway in Maine
  2. To Autumn, the Perfect Season to Experience the Hudson Valley's Fall Foliage
  3. Ode to the West Wind, and the Gorgeous White Sand Beaches of Florida's Keys
  4. To Brooklyn Bridge, Voted America's Favorite Water Crossing for the 127th Time
  5. I Heard A Fly Buzz on a Fishing Trip to Montana's Breathtaking Big Sky Country
  6. The Ballad of the Oysterman, Your Cheerful Local Guide to Tidewater Maryland
  7. After Apple-Picking, Spend the Weekend at a Cozy B&B in Lancaster County
  8. The Red Wheelbarrow, Another Charming Example of Appalachian Folk Art
  9. I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud Floating Over Utah's Stunning Rock Formations
  10. Once I Pass'd Through A Populous City Called Nashville, the Athens of the South


  1. "11. Fishing on the Susquehanna in July is lovely, but remember to bring mosquito repellent."