I like President Obama, but for several hours two Sundays ago there wasn’t all that much difference between me and the Republican leadership in Congress in my feelings about our 44th President. Continue reading
We will all be in Cuba next week.
Probably no other city on earth better captures the mix of old and new, traditional and modern than Tokyo. Continue reading
Hiking the Kumano Kodo trail in Southeastern Japan is no walk in the park. Continue reading
Geishas or not (including the Geishas for-a-day) Kyoto is near the top of my list for all time favorite cities. Steeped in history and culture and surrounded by natural beauty, Kyoto is graceful, walkable, and fascinating.
Less than two weeks ago I was in Chile, now I’m in Japan. Opposite ends of the world, opposite ends of the cultural spectrum. Sometimes my life makes my head spin. Continue reading
Within 45 minutes of remarking to my paddling partner, “sea kayaking is so relaxing,” we were battling the highest winds and waves I have ever encountered in a kayak. Continue reading
The three days on our expedition cruise on the Stella Australis through the Beagle Channel and the Strait of Magellan from Ushuaia, Argentina to Punta Arenas, Chile produced some of the most beautiful and compelling photos I have ever taken. Continue reading