Monthly Archives: May 2014

Misadventure 101: A How-to Guide to Creating Adventure

Through a series of poor decisions that culminated with a ripped off oil pan in the middle of mine-filled Croatian forest at 2am, I realized at some point, I had strayed from my travel plan. To be fair, I didn’t

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Changing Seasons

Walking beside the wall that guards the old city of Xi’an, one notices a certain rhythm. Leaves litter the ground in anticipation for the cooler temperatures of fall. Coats and jackets are pulled from the closet. Young children scramble by,

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Only Her Thoughts

Foros, Ukraine – A woman sits alone on an empty beach, kept company by only her thoughts. The sound of waves rolling over small stones crackle and hiss as the water recedes back into the sea, reflecting the evening light

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The Passing of Friends

Baffin, Canada – Post-holing up The Beak was one of those memories that, in my mind, i’ve relegated to Type 2 fun.  Had I not been with an amazing crew, It most certainly would have been closer to type 3

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