Sometimes, when life gets you down, you just have to get high. Real high. Naturally. A change in altitude can give you a lift in attitude! We recently traveled to Tennessee for a wedding and allowed a few extra days on the front end to climb a couple more state high points, one in KentuckyContinue reading “Appalachian Highs”
Sometimes you meet the most interesting people in the most unexpected places. If you don’t look carefully, you may also miss something that is really important. I’ve found that to be true in many places that I’ve traveled to. Therefore, Bolivia should be no different. But is WAS different, mostly because of a very specialContinue reading “Bernardo: Hombre de Bolivia”
an account of a harrowing night I had in a foreign house of ill repute.
When thinking about recreating in Central Oregon, don’t overlook Redmond. Bend gets most of the press, but we recently drove to the town to our north for a weekend hike and were not disappointed. With gas prices being sky high, we are doing much more urban hiking closer to home. We combined walking the pavedContinue reading “Walking Redmond, Oregon”
Guest blogger Kathy Duchesne takes us on a journey to Northern Massachusetts, which has a diverse variety of things to do in the region.
An account of a recent three day trip to Oregon’s central coast which highlights attractions for travelers for sights from Newport to Florence.
a solo bicycle trip from Tallinn through the islands of Saaremaa and Hiiumaa in western Estonia
An account of a memorable and fun 21 day camping trip in Namibia and Botswana with members from several countries who came together well as a group.
a tour of a sculptured forest in Argentina and how that project can serve as a model to bring communities together after the devastating effects of wildfire.
chronicle of a trip up the lonely Dempster Highway to its end in Inuvik, NWT and a bush plane trip to remote Herschel Island in the Arctic Ocean off the northern coast of Yukon.