If you live in Utah you can, and should, explore the multitude of national parks, recreation areas, and monuments within just a few hour’s drive of Salt Lake City … and my favorite is Capitol Reef. Located just three and a half scenic hours southeast of Salt Lake City with hotels, developed RV facilities, andContinue reading “Exploring Utah: Capitol Reef National Park”
Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Haiti, Cruise, Disney, Royal Caribbean
Planes, trains, and automobiles – I am in the midst of a 30 day journey that will take me from the red rock deserts of Southern Utah to the domed spires of the Milan cathedral, from the salty shores of the Adriatic sea to the warm Caribbean waters of Jamaica. I’ll pause and post whenContinue reading “Christmas in Berlin”
Last week was definitely one for my adventure log, unfortunately it was also accompanied by context which makes it all sound far less exciting. But first… Friday morning, last, I awoke at 6:00 am, showered, shaved, and shampoed, grabbed my trusty green carry on, my white patent leather Ted Baker tote, and a go-cup ofContinue reading “Ballin’”
I’ve plucked gray hairs, sighed at the losing battle that is gravity, gained weight, lost weight, botoxed, detoxed, and unboxed thousands of dollars worth of “beauty” but I have never felt as confident in the skin sold to me by Madison Avenue as I do wearing the sun-kissed glow of an afternoon spent with my sons.
Prepping for my next big voyage: Toronto, Amsterdam, and London. Is it in bad taste if I thank the tragic Ebola outbreak for saving my Labor Day weekend and cancelling my leg in Pretoria? Figured I’d share my packing lists: After a luggage-check mishap in the UK earlier this year I am now firmly committed toContinue reading “My Gear List”
When Kingful Ding of Shanghai, China (no, I am not making that name up) asked me to be the guest of honor at a lunch in his villa I accepted the invitation with enthusiasm. It’s not everyday I get asked to lunch at a villa in Shanghai, and there wasn’t really a polite way for meContinue reading “Lunch with King Ding and Snotting Cat-Beef on a Shanghai Lazy Susan”
I will soar I will fly This world will know who I am And part of me will die I will succeed I will be what they tell me For the time being But I will be me at the same time I will not let myself lose my self The world will know who IContinue reading “To Soar, To Fly,”
A few general rules to follow when traveling abroad … 1. Never carry what you can roll. 2. Eat before you’re hungry. 3. Never miss a chance to pee.