When I first began writing about taking my dad to Asia, in a story titled “Why Kathmandu,” I came across this Wendell Berry quote that resonated: […w]hen you leave familiar ground and step off alone into a new place, there … Continue reading
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Istanbul: Architecture Along the Bosphorus
Enjoy a riverside view of the architecture along Istanbul’s Bosphorus Straights, which connect Asia and Europe, as well as the Marmara and Black Seas. Here East meets West and Byzantine, Roman, Ottoman and Baroque styles collide for an almost unparalleled … Continue reading
Long Time Gone
Yowza! It’s been a while since I’ve seen the backside of these pages and–more importantly you. Since I last sat down to really share with you, I’ve been to Everest and back–with my dad. I started teaching writing again at … Continue reading
Niagara Escarpment Flora & Fauna: from a Brief Hike on the Family Farm
This gallery contains 9 photos.
Photo Essay: Vancouver’s Public Market and Surrounds
This gallery contains 15 photos.
Around the Bend in Panama.
Have you ever come upon a scene in your travels and wondered how did that _________ (insert noun) get there? I wondered about the bike and if the rider would outride the brewing tropical storm. Casco Viejo & Panama City, … Continue reading
Photo Essay: Southwest Seasonal Farmers Market Bounty
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Old Bottles, Time Capsules, and Going Home
Walking into the backyard this weekend, I was intrigued to see my thirteen-year-old kneeling under the grapefruit tree, digging. “What are you doing?” I asked. “I’m planting a time capsule,” she said. I smiled at the word “planting.” It seemed … Continue reading
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