Posts Tagged With "travel"
I’m imagining that if a general poll was taken of average folks around the world, beaches would rank pretty high on the “things people love” scale.read the full post ⇒
A few months ago we booked a cruise vacation leaving from Port Canaveral, Florida, a little chunk of land that is in booster-exhaust-sniffing range of one Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Center.read the full post ⇒
September (and the labour day long weekend) arrived and we found ourselves making the six hour drive North to Grande Prairie, Alberta for some family-related adventures. As it turns out, last month Karin’s grandfather hit one of those epic age-link milestones …read the full post ⇒
I\’ve been slacking. I mean, we had such grand plans. We set aside a week in late-July for some family togetherness (for better or for worse) months previous. The idea was a mid-summer break, a bit of travel, and some well-needed down-time. Or…read the full post ⇒
Another day of stay-cation, another “week of lists” posts about vacations. This time around I thought I would explore the topic of my profession (web architecture and information management) in the context of what can be learned while travelling. Of course, …read the full post ⇒
My first ever “week of lists” wraps to a close and I’m going to give you yet another navel-gazing meta-style post about blogging — because, if for no other reason, there is a lot of bad blogging advice out there. See, the …read the full post ⇒
A “reloaded” post is a quick-clipped summary of a bunch of small things from the past few days. I want to write them down, but I am either lacking in (a) details or (b) time. That’s just how it goes sometimes. …read the full post ⇒
A day involving news about space travel, the moon, and the number 42. That’s my kinda story.
Or, at least, that is to say, forty-two years ago today the Apollo 11 moon mission touched down in the Sea of Tranquillity on the …