Monthly Archives: March 2014

Leatherback on the beach

Costa Rica:  In the Tortuguero Area, I was in a lovely bungalow on the beach but dizzy from a cold and barely breathing around my incessant cough.  Still, I had heard there would be a guided walk on the beach

Posted in Wildlife

Picasso competition

Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder, so they say.  (Some say Plato said it first.) Where is the most beautiful place ever I have visited?  As I know what I like, that is an easy question for me.

Posted in Just for Fun

What about Hawaii?

What not to miss in Hawaii?  I’ve only been there once.  There are some first-rate snorkeling sites.  I’m glad I had a Lomi-Lomi massage.  If you get to Maui, the Old Laihna Luau is exquisitely done and there is much interesting information

Posted in Found in the USA

Lessons from Rome

To appreciate this post, think back to the world of the 1980s.  DAY ONE: It was my first time in Italy.  Unlike landing in London, a place only a few hours of flight time closer to my home, I found

Posted in World Glimpses

Getting to Geronimo

On a road trip around Oklahoma, it was the Will Rogers‘ museum that proved the most insightful. The museum featured exhibits from his Cherokee Cowboy character and his radio show from the 1920s.  I had heard snippets from those populist radio

Posted in Found in the USA