Roaming in the California Footsteps of Robert Louis Stevenson My affair with Robert Louis Stevenson started early, I was five or six. Daddy read Treasure Island aloud from a thick volume with illustrations by N. C. Wyeth while we three girls took turns sitting next to him on the couch. Little me enjoyed a kindredContinue reading “Robert Louis Stevenson in Calistoga, California”
Kayaking on the Chesapeake Bay Kayaking will not save your soul or bring world peace, but it will move you from youth through the middling years and onward to wisdom. We’re talking about kayak touring, not the rough and tumble white water sport that gets all the headlines and warnings. Flat water or seaContinue reading “Kayaking the Chesapeake”
I’ve been to Asia again and it sucks. You know those places on the Lonely Planet beat? They’re crowded with brusque, loud travelers from places where respect for other cultures wasn’t taught or the current bunch of road-killers didn’t learn. Here we are in South East Asia, where the overland hippies from Europe andContinue reading “Touristville, Asia”
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Huff Post illuminates Koch Kapture Kontrol tactics.
Train on my way to Savannah, Gee A. Mix of people new to train travel and old timers who know the routines. Pervasive rings of mobile phones display the only creativity modern AmeriCan-Bandana allows: What is your ring-tone? While most want to fill the space with sound, the rest of us are struggling to emptyContinue reading “Riff on Silence”