Taking a sail on the Privateer Lynx tomorrow afternoon. I visited the ship where it’s docked, in the Savannah River right on River Street. I spoke with several of the crew, and took a few photos. I liked this one.
In a few weeks, we’re going to Nassau for a few days of much needed, much anticipated R and R. When we’re stressed out, we just say “Bahamas, baby!” to each other. The travel section of The New York Times and their “36 Hours In…” series comes up with some likely activities down there. They […]
Europe Without Hotels – NYTimes.com. Also, 11 Tricks to Cutting Travel Costs in 2011.
Late birthday breakfast or early birthday lunch? Doesn’t matter when it’s a plate of well-smoked pork shoulder.
I tend to spot fungi when walking. I find the color and texture fascinating. So, click on the red toadstool below to see some pictures taken with my phone.
The pig speaks. Note the generous “chip BBQ” on the sandwich!
First Look: Travel organizer Tripit.com offers iPhone app, from The Unofficial Apple Weblog. Must learn about this app, and use it with Ellen, so we can keep track of each other.
Jason Kottke pointed to “this fascinating Reddit discussion, I won a $30 million lottery jackpot and have spent the last 5 years traveling the world. I find myself contemplating what I’d do with a fortune when I see the tens of millions in lottery prizes on the billboards around town. I try not to spend […]
We landed in Los Angeles at midday Saturday almost a month ago, and this post has been languishing. So here’s a quick compedium of what we did our first few days. Saturday: arrived, visited, fell asleep after watching Phoebe in Wonderland Sunday: had terrific breakfast at Black Cow Cafe in Montrose: poached eggs with orange […]
Here are inks to several photo albums I posted from the first part of our trip to California. At the Wagner’s July 1st Party on July 3rd July 4th Descanso Gardens The Getty Museum Update – I’m changing these links gradually. The first albums I linked to used Flash, and I prefer a different method. […]