Category Archives: Travel

Building a Dream Under the Arizona Sun

At 3:26 AM on this mid-October morning, I am unable to sleep any further into the Mountain Time Zone morning. I lay awake wondering what the day will bring. I have never participated in a community build project, but many … Continue reading

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Space or No Space, Is That The Question?

I was flying back to Orlando a couple weeks back, and preparing for a big meeting. Crammed in my middle seat, I was tapping away on my presentation. I was adding a bit of content, but for the most part, … Continue reading

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5-Hours of Energy, and a Crash!

I realize that energy drinks, those little insidious bottles of chemicals, are ubiquitous at this point, but I don’t really have much desire to try them. With names like 5-Hour Energy, and 5-Hour Maximum Strength, I am to be leery … Continue reading

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A Shoeshine Life Story

I was on my way back from Minneapolis to Orlando a couple weeks back and found myself down at the end of the G concourse. As I neared the end of the moving walkway, I noticed an elderly gentleman finishing … Continue reading

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Horseshoes and Hand Grenades

It was yet another incredible evening as I left work tonight and headed west on St. Paul Avenue. After loading up the motorcycle, strapping on the helmet and navigating some of the most congested incoming Summerfest traffic, I felt I … Continue reading

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Channeling Bobby Brown

On this past Saturday, a beautiful sunny day, I set out for a little motorcycle ride. It was already midday, so the temperatures were up in the high 70’s and heading for the 80’s. I am one of those riders … Continue reading

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A Two Ton Toboggan

Winter is upon us in the great white north. As we watch the first snow falling outside, it reminds me of the seasonal driving challenges.  I was forced to line the driveway with those snowplow friendly reflectors the other day. … Continue reading

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