Welcome To Cannery Row! Yes, it’s a real place, immortalized in John Steinbeck’s book about the lives of workers along this famous fish canning district in Monterey Bay, California – and that town has one of the world’s best Aquariums… Read More ›
California’s Iconic Coastline Drive Is Almost Fixed! I know, that view doesn’t suggest that anything is broken, does it? This shot gives you an idea of the incredible beauty of a drive along California’s iconic highway one – running from… Read More ›
Bravo “My Octopus Teacher!” Academy Award Best Documentary Nominee! Plus Oscar’s Groundbreaking Year For Women!
A Golden Year For An Octopus! The Academy Award nominations were announced today, and while there are many great films and Artists nominated – both in front of and behind the camera – it’s the category of Best Feature Documentary… Read More ›
Who’s Up For a Travel Challenge? Yes, that’s paradise, also known as Bondi Beach in Sydney Australia…to me, this shot inspires me to travel every time I see it… and the majesty of Bondi was a great way to jump… Read More ›
Exploring the Magical Beauty Of Venice! My “Travel Challenge” Day #5 Has Glass Blowing And The Bridge Of Sighs!
Who’s Up For a Travel Challenge – And A Gondola Traffic Jam? I shot this image in 2018, and it summed up so much of life in Venice Italy at that time. Why am I sharing now? As we suffer… Read More ›
Stretch Your Legs – With The World’s Longest Walk! Fourteen Thousand Miles So Let’s Get Moving! Here’s The Map!
Time To Take A Walk! In the mood for a good long walk?? A REAL LONG WALK? Well, grab some new tennis shoes because Popular Mechanics recently shared a post by Interesting Engineering – with what’s thought to be the… Read More ›
I’m sure most of you are aware that a 6-block area of Seattle Washington has become known as “CHAZ”: the “Capital Hill Autonomous Zone”. Protestors have blocked off the streets and have taken it “self-policing”. The area has also become… Read More ›
The Grand Canyon Is Closed! One of the world’s greatest natural wonders has now closed to the public, as the coronavirus has made it too dangerous to those who live and work there. As Newswer reports: “It is a relief… Read More ›
While the Coronavirus Pandemic crisis continues, there are signs that we are fighting back. Most of us are “sheltering at home” now, which will help mitigate the spread of the virus. And Scientists around the world are racing to find… Read More ›
With many of us “sheltering at home” for the next few weeks, I wanted to share some terrific books to take your mind off the troubles we are facing…this Wednesday Bookmobile offers books on travel, food, history, pulp fiction and… Read More ›