• Male Leopard in South Luangwa National Park.

    Our African Safari in Zambia

    So, you want to go on safari in Africa. But where? To say that the continent is vast is a gross understatement. Africa holds more than 20 percent of the Earth’s total [...]
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    Road Trip to New Mexico

    One of my best friends is living in Santa Fe, New Mexico, for several months to complete a project -- and I thought, what a perfect excuse for a road trip! “I was surprised, as always, by how easy the act of leaving was, and how good it felt. The world was suddenly rich with possibility.” --- Jack Kerouac, On the Road [...]
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    Onboard the B-17 Flying Fortress

    Beautiful: The slow drone of four radial piston engines on a crystal clear November morning as I stepped back in time with this great warbird. This morning, I drove out to a [...]
  • Mount Timpanagos shot from the Sundance Lift

    Redford’s Sundance

    At the Crossroads of Art and Nature My stay at the Sundance Resort in late September was full of crisp fall air and leaves turning golden yellow, orange, and red. What a [...]

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    Cats, Key West, and Ernest Hemingway

    November 13, 2017 // 3 Comments

    Fred Astaire, Winston Churchill, Lauren Bacall, and Howard Hughes pop out from basement grates, stroll through shrubs, and pose for guests visiting a certain Spanish Colonial home in Key West. Who are they? The Hemingway cats, all descended from Ernest's original tomcat, Snowball, who had six toes. [...]
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    Fall 2017 Drawing for Email Subscribers

    October 18, 2017 // 0 Comments

    I’m pleased to announce a third quarter give-away for my email subscribers in the USA and Canada. Thank you for following my travels and my writing!  My Fall 2017 [...]
  • Irish whiskey in a waterford glass

    Loving Irish Whiskey

    October 13, 2017 // 13 Comments

    How much do you know about Irish whiskey? If it's not much, that's not surprising, since the industry has come back from what some termed 'the edge of extinction' on the international market. [...]
  • Duomo in Florence to inspire books about Italy.

    Books about Italy: A Reading List for Florence

    September 4, 2017 // 16 Comments

    Ah, so you're going to Italy -- to Florence -- the jewel of the Italian Renaissance. Here is my reading list for Florence, and whether you're looking for nonfiction and history, a book written by a famous Florentine, or you're looking for the best novels set in Italy, you'll find something here. [...]
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    Turning Two in Ireland

    October 10, 2017 // 14 Comments

    My blog hit its second anniversary while I was in Ireland for a travel blogging conference, TBEX Europe. There's a symmetry to this for me: as a traveler delving into a new country for the first time; as a writer and lifelong lover of literature arriving in the home of James Joyce, W.B. Yeats, Oscar Wilde, and George Bernard Shaw;  as a student in the business of blogging, here to learn more. [...]

Zambia

  • Hippo in the Luangwa River Yawns

    Hippo Highways: Day 2 of our Walking Safari

    August 11, 2017 // 27 Comments

    After a light breakfast and some coffee, we left for our second day of walking. Why do three women from Texas love Hippo Highways? Because in Africa, even flat isn't flat! [...]
  • Arab Emirates plane
    Traveling from Houston, Texas, to Lusaka, Zambia, was the longest trip my family had ever taken. We review our Emirates Business Class flight from Houston through Dubai to Lusaka, Zambia. [...]
  • Elephant in South Luangwa National Park

    Walking Safari: Day One

    August 1, 2017 // 29 Comments

    We walked single-file out of the Camp Tena Tena just after dawn on a Sunday morning. There were six of us. In the lead, Chris carried the rifle, followed by Braston our guide. I came next, then my daughter, Catherine, my sister Carolyn, and finally Bishod, guide in training. To walk the savannah, down, up and over empty oxbow lakes, and then step into the cool shade of a grove of ebony -- it's like that. You feel Africa close. [...]
  • Male Leopard in South Luangwa National Park.

    Our African Safari in Zambia

    July 19, 2017 // 41 Comments

    So, you want to go on safari in Africa. But where? To say that the continent is vast is a gross understatement. Africa holds more than 20 percent of the Earth’s total [...]

Cruises

  • Wind Surf cruise ship, windsurf sailing ship
    Private yachts flock to the smaller British Virgin Islands and St. Barth's. There's a reason for this: they are home to some of the most beautiful beaches and water in the Caribbean. Floating in crystalline water and watching the clouds pass overhead is deeply relaxing. I've just returned from St. Martin and a week-long cruise on Windstar's Wind Surf on their Yachtsman's Caribbean itinerary. It was perfect. [...]

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    The Train

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    Life, love, and death on a trip from Amsterdam to Paris. The train picked up speed as it left the station in a little town not far from Amsterdam. We passed so close to [...]
  • To Miss New Orleans

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    The city winds in and out of my consciousness, a strong part of who I am. I know the map of the French Quarter like the palm of my hand. I should. A master taught me. Clint [...]

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