Here’s to a fabulous 2012 filled with Love & Adventure! We’d like to say thank you to each and every one of our readers, and to our friends and family.
When travelling, a lot of things work together to ensure you can go from home to your destination and back safely. Almost always everything runs smoothly and you have the best time. Rarely it doesn’t, and if something does go wrong, it is best to be prepared.… Continue Reading →
Coit Tower in San Francisco is named for Lillie Hitchcock Coit, a gambling, smoking, pants-wearing, all around awesome proto-feminist. Her family moved to San Francisco in 1851 when she was 8 years old. When she was 15, she jumped into action to help volunteer firefighters battle a blaze (see we told you she was awesome).… Continue Reading →
We’re busy working on new posts, but in the meantime, we thought you would enjoy this:
Misfortune follows the unprepared, and when the stakes are high, the misfortunes are magnified. Not to be a total bummer, but bad things can happen on vacation. Usually they don’t, but if they do, it is best to be prepared. The following tips can help ease your time if something unfortunate should happen.… Continue Reading →
When the Spanish sun makes Madrid too hot to handle, do what the locals do and head for the hills. Segovia is located about an hour north of the city, and at 1000 feet higher than the capital, it’s cooler and breezier than the capitol.… Continue Reading →
The Lower Downtown neighborhood is the original birthplace of the city of Denver and home to the magnificent Union Station (built 1914). It was once filled with bustling warehouses storing goods to fuel the expansion westward, but by the 1960s, it had fallen on hard times.… Continue Reading →
No post today, because we’re busy having adventures in San Francisco! But in the meantime, here’s a pic of Ryan learning how to make fortune cookies in Chinatown.
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