January 2016 CUBANISMO!

January 2016 CUBANISMO!

Viva La Habana! Where poverty exists side by side with an insistent joie de vivre. Here,  a stormy day on the iconic Malecón which is THE hangout spot by night. Gorgeous, decaying architecture draped in drying laundry and spaghetti-like tangles of jury-rigged...
WE DROVE MILES AND MILES OF TEXAS

WE DROVE MILES AND MILES OF TEXAS

Hasta luego, Google Maps. I’d rather open up my dog-eared road atlas and plot the course south/southwest to one of the most remote regions in the lower 48. The Big Bend area is rugged and uncompromising in its dramatic geology flanking both sides of the Rio...
Going For a Walk

Going For a Walk

Take a walk. It can’t be beat for looking at the world, problem-solving, getting exercise, and serendipity—and it’s free! I’m restless by nature and discovered when I was quite young that walking was not only calming, but interesting—a stroll through...
On Being A Flaneur In San Francisco

On Being A Flaneur In San Francisco

The Parisian concept of a flaneur, someone idly strolling through city streets absorbing the ambiance and open to whatever comes one’s way, is perfectly adaptable to San Francisco. I was in the city for the American Crafts Council show, whose romantic location...
Summer So Far, A Summary

Summer So Far, A Summary

Summer has been drifting along with its greens, blues and yellows. It seems like I haven’t talked to you in awhile, and suddenly August is on the horizon–whoa, how did that happen? I spent a lot of time in June developing my new website. If you...
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