Travel Blogs from Philo
... dump. While the idea of a sea glass beach was cool, it was sadly mostly picked over by people sitting with large bags collecting the glass. Sunday morning we packed up and visited Headlands Coffee in Fort Bragg to get some cold morning rejuvenation. We made our home in the Russian Gulch campground where the road winds down to a protected bay and our campsite was backdropped by blackberry bushes. At the bay I noticed a man ...
Family and Friends,
We thought that those of you who are not RV'ers would enjoy seeing the mechanics of moving an RV, from breaking to setting up camp.
We have made videos of each step of the process, which was a lot of fun!
This is part 1.
... in favor of a jaunt through Napa then over the hills to Sonoma County and the Russian River. Easy peasy. The drive through Napa brought back a lot of memories for Cara and she rattled non-stop about this wine person and that wine person and this grape and that grape, blah, blah, blah. Alan finally pulled over for a stretch (and some quiet) and she took over the wheel… that’s when everything started to change.
The road was ...
... interesting career of living and teaching abroad in diverse countries like the United States, Mexico, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia.
I became a big fan of the Lonely Planet and other travel book series and was impressed by the writing talent they employed. Their writers were so good, so talented… They really could paint pictures with words. And that ability, ...
... issues in today's society because details add up to outcomes.
Today more and more people need creditworthiness to get a job. Many prospective employers in corporate settings check the various credit rating agencies to see if you paid your bills on time because that is a determiner of reliability, an important trait in most workplace settings.
But my point is this is the direction society at large is heading. Especially in a tough ...