This past fall, we did something we’ve never done before: we hitched a ride from Seville, Spain to Carvoeiro, Portugal. That’s right, this “prime of life”, empty nest… Read More
If I could tune our radio into a worm hole and communicate with myself of twenty years ago, I might tell Younger Chuck about some of today’s technology in the hopes that he could lever… Read More
A couple of weeks ago I emailed a colleague to tell him we’d be passing through his neck of the woods and suggesting we and the wives get together for dinner. He replied, sure, when ar… Read More
By my calculations, we’ve flown, driven, ridden, and cruised about 60,000 miles in 2017. That’s a lot, even by our standards (and a whole lot more than many well-known travel blo… Read More
This month we have been traveling fairly well nonstop for three and a half years. Insofar as much of that time we have literally been homeless, travel has been a bit of a necessity. Granted… Read More
I took a philosophy class in high school. That's not a boast, yet neither am I ashamed of the fact. I won't tell you why I took it; that's not especially germane, really, except that I didn'… Read More
There are 41 Anglican (Church of England) cathedrals in England, and as of this week we have seen them all. Some Americans plan to visit every Major League Baseball park. Others tick off Nat… Read More
Tucked away in nooks and crannies, packing niches and crevices in tunnels and catacombs across Europe, are the bones of monks and common folk alike. The Necropolis of Paris is the second fin… Read More
I’ve got a new business idea. It came to me when I spied a dog walker wrangling half a dozen of his charges down the sidewalk here in Atlanta. I figure if a dog owner is willing to pay… Read More
There's a famous bit from Seinfeld where Jerry and Elaine are at the rental car counter and there are no cars to fulfill his reservation: "You know how to take the reservation, you just don'… Read More
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