Amy Brailey has been an English and history teacher for twenty-three years.  She has been to 25 different countries and all 48 contiguous states.  In addition to travelling the world, she enjoys writing novels, photography, warm weather, and breathtaking views.  She has a blog of advice for teachers called Lifelines for Teachers, and a travel blog of Local adventures called Local Legacy Hunting, and most recently Pursuit of Passion—a blog examining Passion Plays around the world, all on WordPress.

10 Responses to “About”

  1. Joanne Yeck Says:

    Amy, I’d like to post your photo of Willis Mountain on my blog about Buckingham County. Please let me know that it is okay with you. Thanks.

    I’m just getting started with the blog, please drop in:


    1. amybrailey Says:

      That’s fine. Thank you so much for asking. Tag your blog on that entry so people who want to know more can be redirected. Or tag mine on yours so people who want to know more about Robert Bolling can check that out too. Blessings on your new blog.

  2. Mary Beth Says:

    I have added a link to your wonderful post about Jennie Macneill on our web site.

    1. amybrailey Says:

      Thank you so much!!

  3. Lisa Says:

    I was wondering if you could tell me how you were able to find the “Bridge” from Green Gables that you mentioned in a post about finding it and having to stop and ask….we are getting ready to make our rounds trying to find the different filming locations and I want to make sure we have the correct spot so we aren’t driving all around to find it. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!! – Lisa

    1. amybrailey Says:

      I’m assuming you mean the bridge Anne and Gilbert walk over at the end and kiss. If so, I just checked for the post and the address I mentioned is 3885 Stouffville Road. If it’s the one from the rain, I’ll have to check.

    2. amybrailey Says:

      “Wait, that was it” has more filming addresses or search filming locations or Anne Gilbert on my site. Edwards Gardens 777 Lawrence Avenue East is the address for the bridge from the rain. Have fun!!

  4. Would you have a high-resolution image of the drawing of Cobbs in the “Historic Sites and Structures” book in the Chesterfield Library? I’ve been doing research on the deaf Bollings and the Cobbs school for DEAF LIFE (an independent monthly magazine). I haven’t been able to find much info on William Albert and his younger sister Mary.

    1. amybrailey Says:

      I’ll have to check. Watch here and I’ll post if I do.

  5. Thanks. Righto. Will do,

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