Posts Tagged ‘North America’

Visiting Red Roof Studio during my road trip through the Canadian Badlands, it occurs to me that Rita Wildschut is more than just an artist. She is the...

“You know why it was called the Dark Ages don’t you? Because there were so many knights.” A bearded magician in a doublet continues his routine from the...

Morning number four in Alberta’s Canadian Badlands and I found myself inside my third Tim Horton’s, grabbing a maple donut and a coffee. Even I was...

I rarely turn on the TV in a hotel room. But after a long day at a world airline conference in the upside-down of Australia, I needed connection to the outside...

From Montreal and beyond, how to plan a road trip across eastern Canada.

Three days into my trip to Hawaii I heard someone say the magic words: Maui goats. There were goats on Maui! My vision became tunneled, my mind: one-tracked....

When I was 21, one of my best friends moved from St. Louis, Missouri to Austin, Texas. After my first to Hamilton Pool, Sixth Street and eating burritos the...

Polar bears are heart-meltingly adorable, right? They have an incredibly positive public perception. From what I can tell, they enjoy ice skating, drinking...

“I love this flight!” Doug, our guide, pats his pocket. “I don’t have to check my Swiss Army knife AND we get to drive right up to the...

“You like the cold.” This was an actual statement made to me on my recent trip up to Churchill, Canada. I was instantly incredulous. Only insane people...