From where I live, it’s convenient to get almost nowhere. The airport isn’t terribly far away, but there’s really only one airline with any real presence. That airline is famous for mostly domestic and mostly short run flights.Continue reading “March 19: Florida bound”
While I look for the recipe I’ll make upon arrival in virtual Kenya, here on this side of the border all these daily steps have helped me ready another milestone (tree planted) and another postcard:
At my current pace I should reach the 60% milestone tomorrow, and finish this up in a few more days. Assuming of course that I don’t sidebar on a different journey first.
Well we will see about that.
Trying to make up my slacked-off miles by pedaling my short little legs off, gets me the reward of another postcard!Continue reading “Virtual Great Wall: Zhongwei”
There in the back of the fridge, the remaining apples from the last time I made strudel, were languishing.Continue reading “Apple Tarts”
We were hitting 2 ports a day. Unfortunately, both Mykonos and Santorini were for afternoon arrival.Continue reading “Travels Revisited: Santorini”
As I approach the 40% mark on the Mt Kili challenge, I arrive (virtually) at New Pofu Camp:Continue reading “Virtual Tanzania: New Pofu Camp”
Over on the Virtual African Loop (VAL) route I’m farther east and still making my way through Tanzania, headed toward Mt Kilimanjaro and north to Kenya.Continue reading “TLR: Uganda”
So after my missed office appearance yesterday, I went today.
I went. I did not stay.
Here’s why:Continue reading “Are you KIDDING?”
The alarms were set. The work clothes were laid out. The coffee was set up and the travel mug was at the ready. The laptop was packed up and waiting – with the work shoes – by the front door.Continue reading “Oops”
So off I go (by which I mean, pacing in my own home) to pursue the Mt Kilimanjaro challenge. Or Kili for short. Even the email portion of the first postcard tells me so.Continue reading “Virtual Tanzania: Kili”