Árbol de Piedra, desierto Siloli, Bolivia
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Elizabeth Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana
Many Glacier Trailhead
Machu Picchu, Peru
Flattop Mountain, Glacier National Park, Montana

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April

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A New Look

You might have already noticed by now a difference in appearance between earlier photos of myself and any of the more recent photos. If you haven’t, then you’re either not following our photos or you’ve been mistaking me for someone else. We’ll clear that up in a minute. I didn’t want to do it, really. […]

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February

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We’ve left India, and hopefully soon India will leave us.

We only had a few days left. I though we might actually flee India without paying for our sins of eating street-vendor food and ice cubes. The Lonely Planet guide book gives travelers two weeks before they meet their intestinal doom, but we had already made it six. In fact our winged chariot to freedom […]

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February

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The New and Improved Map. Check it out!

To spice things up a bit, and because I’m having more and more urges to just program something, I’ve taken the time to get the Map working. It may or may not take a long time to load, depending on your connection. But certainly try it, and let us know what you think!

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November

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Moral Degradation

While Kate was working hard in the Bukoba kindergarten classes, I had more opportunity for down time in the computer classes. While it turns out the Kagera region has relatively steady electric supplies compared to the rest of Tanzania, it was inevitable that the power would fail during classes. Sometimes for the entire class, but […]

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October

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Settlers of Catan

It is fortunate we don’t have to earn a living off my blog posts. It’d be akin to living on a diet of four-leaf clovers. Not to say that I’m without thoughts to share, it’s just forgetfulness and some laziness. Either I forget what I had wanted to talk about, or if not that, I […]

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August

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White Mountain

Kate and I have done a fair share of hiking in the past few years, or at least we thought so. We had spent seven days in Banff, Canada, six days in Glacier, Montana, and a couple of trips to the BWCA. So when we read our guide-book’s “moderate eight days on top of Europe” […]

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July

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Here We Go Again On Our Own.

Time for some catch-up. Four days ago we said goodbye to Dad and Barb after spending a week and a half driving from north to south Germany in a rented Mercedes. You would think while staying in nice hostels, B&B’s, and with even nicer relatives and friends we’d have ample time to keep in touch. […]

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June

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To the Fjords!

It’s time to play a little catch-up. We left Oslo so long ago, passed through Flam and Bergen, and continued onwards again. Flam was insanely beautiful. It sits on a small finger off of the far end of Songen Fjord. There was a bit of a hitch getting there, but it all worked out in […]

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June

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It’s Official

There’s no turning back now. It has been a hectic day: breakfast, without any dishes or silverware or frying pans? UPS to pick up the memory cards, USPS to mail out the spare car keys, pack the backpacks, the bank to activate our ATM cards. We still need to clean the windows! LUSH in Macy’s […]