Hello, readers! Srping hasn’t quite sprung here in D.C. but you wouldn’t know it by the scores of visitors everywhere. From the crowds at the museums to the throngs along the Tidal Basin, out-of-town guests are making the most of Spring Break despite the chilly temperatures and the stiff breezes. I hosted my own out-of-town … Continue reading A Blooming Good Time!
Dear Reader, Thank you for sticking with my little blog through the lulls in posting. The end of 2017 (actually, the last half) was a whirlwind and hasn’t slowed down much. With a cross-country move, a multi-week trip to Africa and England, and the creation of the massive work deliverable that came out of the … Continue reading A New Year, A New View, & Too Much To Do
When the zombie apocalypse happiness, you can guarantee map reading will be a valued skill.
After almost 160 years of unbroken service, next week marks the end of Big Ben sounding at regular intervals until 2021.
Deciding on where to go can be a major time suck because there are so many amazing places and I can succumb to analysis paralysis when I start to ...
It was a casual mention, yet one SO PROFOUND it gave me nightmares last night. The. Clown. Motel. What is this place? A motel FOR clowns? A motel run BY clowns? A motel whose decor is in celebration OF clowns? WHAT IS IT?
I could use that cool breeze right about now as I watch the mercury climb.
Just a fast post today to share a few shots from Vancouver. In a future post I'll write more details on how I spent my time there, including some tips and tricks I learned along the way. For now, just a few shots of one of the prettiest cities (my opinion) in North America.
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In the memorable words of Clark W. Griswold, "Look, kids! Big Ben and Parliament!"