Conch shell craft or coconut palm weaving?
I'm suited up in waders and waterproof boots, standing in an icy river in Aspen, Colorado, early in the morning a fly-fishing rod in my hand, thinking of how much I'd love a cup of coffee.
Could they do it? It was a tough hike for six and eight year olds -- up 600 slick granite steps to the top of a waterfall, getting thoroughly splashed in the process.
Elizabeth Kelly is in France, far from her Florida home, standing at the grave of a young Chicago lieutenant -- the grandfather she never met. Forrest Kelly was just 29 when he died, leaving behind a wife and two young children, Kelly said.
Is grandma packed?
Even the glitteriest magic wand won't cut it at Walt Disney World these days.