Once upon a time, I created a set of gallery pages that provide a quick way to check out the photography from past posts without having to access them individually. I’ve just updated the galleries, and rather than explain the lot I’m reblogging the post that introduced the galleries in January of last year- Short Attention Span Theater.
PS: I’m about to do some traveling, so if you don’t see any blog posts or me responding to your posts for a few weeks, not to worry.
Feeling a bit short on time? Not ready to read anything longer than a tweet? Is tl;dr your favorite acronym? This post may be for you.
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Sometimes the things you remember about a trip are not just the big name venues or cities, the scenery, or the cultures. Occasionally it’s just minor things that were not even on the radar when you left.
Modern travel has evolved from some strange ideas. One recent August morning we made a remarkable excursion starting in Lucerne, Switzerland, going to the top of 7000 foot Mount Pilatus, walking around and through the mountaintop, and back. I wonder what sort of crazy ideas might have led to the technologies that made our excursion possible…
350 horses came thundering down the road. Along with them came 50 of their Chinese riders, bent on invading new places and acquiring loot to bring back home.
I have something in common with Mark Twain.