Updated June 23, 2019 Since writing mostly consists of sitting in front of a keyboard (with long moments of staring out the window thinking, “Why didn’t I listen to my […]
The highlight of our visit to Senegal? Not the food, which was amazing (with an emphasis on fresh seafood). Nor the people who are warm, friendly and very proud of […]
Pushing my way past snow-laden trees on my way back to Lincoln Woods after another failed attempt on Owl’s Head a few years ago, I started thinking about all the […]
Walking my dog a few years ago, the word “fecundity” came to mind. This wet, ripe earth and rot smell sometimes turns the morning walk into the morning tug-of-war: she […]
I was woken by an animal growling outside my tent. “A bear!” I thought, having seen bear scat and claw marks on trees all the way up the canyon. March […]
What are the albums you come back to time and time again? The ones you listen to not because they’re classics (although they may well be) but for comfort, for that long car ride, for that specific memory, or because they move you in some profound way? I got thinking […]
Is it possible to find a happy hour at a Boulder County craft brewery every day of the week?
There are very few things that make me crazier than articles like these: 9 Hidden Locations in U.S. National Parks You’ll Want to Visit Or… America’s Best-Kept Secrets Why? Because […]
I’d been wandering through the Travestere neighborhood of Rome for maybe 30 minutes when I found my first Italian craft beer bar. Yep, my instincts are good! Bir & Fud […]
Europe is full—not of refugees and immigrants, but tourists. Here’s how to deal with this problem.