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Road Running with Roosters

In Utah, it was renegade cows. On St John in the U.S. Virgin Islands? Wild donkeys on the patio gave room service a new twist. There were wild chickens in Bermuda. And on Vieques this past summer? At times the small island had the feel of a pett[...

1 MIN2018 JAN 5
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Road Running with Roosters

Featured Photo: Tangier Generations

To walk the streets of Tangier is to cross the threshold of a swarming hive. A teeming colony of entrepreneurs -reliant on wits, stamina and a few choice phrases, trail foreigner visitors like a highly mobile shopping network...

33 s2018 JAN 5
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Featured Photo: Tangier Generations

Roadside Views from HWY 89

...Previous to that summer, my long distance automotive experiences had been heavy with interstate hauls through billboard jungles and carpool driving that racked up almost as many miles but with more predictable signage. ..

1 MIN2018 JAN 5
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Roadside Views from HWY 89

Flying Wrights at Huffman Prairie Flying Field

The states of Ohio and North Carolina both lay claim to the pioneers of flight, Orville and Wilbur Wright. The compromise position has been for each to highlight their distinctive contributions. While both states feature aviation on their commemor[...

1 MIN2018 JAN 5
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Flying Wrights at Huffman Prairie Flying Field

Row, Row, Smile!

This scene at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park made me laugh. I've been one of those kids in the boat, silently gritting my teeth in a smile, waiting for each of my siblings to do the same and in unison. I've also been the paren[...

34 s2018 JAN 5
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Row, Row, Smile!

Ziplining in Puerto Rico

Hang onto the metal clip. It’s your steering wheel as you fly across the treetops. It’s also your lifeline, connecting you to the cable above... (VIDEO)

1 MIN2018 JAN 5
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Ziplining in Puerto Rico

Road Ends in Water

...It appeared as a sliver of asphalt, flanked by a Porta John and an operator's booth. As it putttered toward us, it gave physicality to the Irish Blessing: "May the road rise to meet you..."

54 s2018 JAN 5
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Road Ends in Water

I Spy from Sky High

Aside from its 7000 foot elevation and lack of community garage sales (or garages, for that matter), it was still a different sort of neighborhood. While I might glance across my street to admire lush landscaping or to see if the neighbor who occas[...

1 MIN2018 JAN 5
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I Spy from Sky High

Towering Follower

It followed us everywhere like an eager bystander insistent on inserting himself into a group photo. Peeping through golden leaved trees, stretching skyward behind palatial edifices and statuary, hovering on the horizon like a painted backdrop that [...

41 s2018 JAN 5
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Towering Follower

Of Pictographs and Petroglyphs…

We first heard of the Fremont people as we hiked to Lower Calf Creek Falls in the Grand Staircase-Escalante region. The remains of their storage granaries perched at the edges of the high cliffs above us, and we were thrilled to spot their painted r[...

55 s2018 JAN 5
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Of Pictographs and Petroglyphs…
the END

Latest Episodes

Road Running with Roosters

In Utah, it was renegade cows. On St John in the U.S. Virgin Islands? Wild donkeys on the patio gave room service a new twist. There were wild chickens in Bermuda. And on Vieques this past summer? At times the small island had the feel of a pett[...

1 MIN2018 JAN 5
Comments
Road Running with Roosters

Featured Photo: Tangier Generations

To walk the streets of Tangier is to cross the threshold of a swarming hive. A teeming colony of entrepreneurs -reliant on wits, stamina and a few choice phrases, trail foreigner visitors like a highly mobile shopping network...

33 s2018 JAN 5
Comments
Featured Photo: Tangier Generations

Roadside Views from HWY 89

...Previous to that summer, my long distance automotive experiences had been heavy with interstate hauls through billboard jungles and carpool driving that racked up almost as many miles but with more predictable signage. ..

1 MIN2018 JAN 5
Comments
Roadside Views from HWY 89

Flying Wrights at Huffman Prairie Flying Field

The states of Ohio and North Carolina both lay claim to the pioneers of flight, Orville and Wilbur Wright. The compromise position has been for each to highlight their distinctive contributions. While both states feature aviation on their commemor[...

1 MIN2018 JAN 5
Comments
Flying Wrights at Huffman Prairie Flying Field

Row, Row, Smile!

This scene at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park made me laugh. I've been one of those kids in the boat, silently gritting my teeth in a smile, waiting for each of my siblings to do the same and in unison. I've also been the paren[...

34 s2018 JAN 5
Comments
Row, Row, Smile!

Ziplining in Puerto Rico

Hang onto the metal clip. It’s your steering wheel as you fly across the treetops. It’s also your lifeline, connecting you to the cable above... (VIDEO)

1 MIN2018 JAN 5
Comments
Ziplining in Puerto Rico

Road Ends in Water

...It appeared as a sliver of asphalt, flanked by a Porta John and an operator's booth. As it putttered toward us, it gave physicality to the Irish Blessing: "May the road rise to meet you..."

54 s2018 JAN 5
Comments
Road Ends in Water

I Spy from Sky High

Aside from its 7000 foot elevation and lack of community garage sales (or garages, for that matter), it was still a different sort of neighborhood. While I might glance across my street to admire lush landscaping or to see if the neighbor who occas[...

1 MIN2018 JAN 5
Comments
I Spy from Sky High

Towering Follower

It followed us everywhere like an eager bystander insistent on inserting himself into a group photo. Peeping through golden leaved trees, stretching skyward behind palatial edifices and statuary, hovering on the horizon like a painted backdrop that [...

41 s2018 JAN 5
Comments
Towering Follower

Of Pictographs and Petroglyphs…

We first heard of the Fremont people as we hiked to Lower Calf Creek Falls in the Grand Staircase-Escalante region. The remains of their storage granaries perched at the edges of the high cliffs above us, and we were thrilled to spot their painted r[...

55 s2018 JAN 5
Comments
Of Pictographs and Petroglyphs…
the END