I’m the intrepid journalist, soft adventurer & mature traveler
who inhabits this webspace…
Here are a few intriguing notes from my travels:
…“It’s your lie, honey, so you can tell it any way you like…”
…“First… go and find a termite mound…”
…“What am I, a little dog?…”
…“How did I learn that whales have bad breath?…”
…“Sit here with the gun, and if a bear comes, shoot in the air…”
(To learn more, you can find these stories in my blog post indexor just enter some key words in my “Search” section, above).
Most important, join me on my journeys — and make some of your own!
Darwin’s Arch in far reaches of Galapagos Islands, collapses from erosion.
It’s 4:30 a.m. “I’ll be disappointed if we’re not off the river by 8 a.m.” (These are the first words I hear from my fishing guide, when I meet him at the landing. Although I like his cocky confidence, I secretly hope my first-ever driftfishing experience won’t be over so quickly.
This is about how a little dog, Jacques Cousteau, and the Creature from the Black Lagoon flyfished from a floaty chair in Anchorage, Alaska. It goes like this: The Fly Guy is pulling me around the water on a leash, and I’m thinking, ‘What am I, a little dog?’
As you know, I fish wherever I go, so when I found myself with four days in Anchorage, I hooked up with a guide specializing in lakes and streams within an hour’s drive of the city…
Why are the Galapagos on everyone’s bucket list? Comprised of 19 islands, 42 islets, and 256 rocks spanning a 20,000 square mile area on the equator
The Galapagos Islands’ geography, seasonality, flora and fauna, ecology, history, and more make this area unique from any other place in the world. (A tour of Ecuador & the Amazon before or after the Galapagos is a perfect adjunct to your travels).
The perfect combination for anyone planning to visit the Galapagos is to travel and sightsee on Ecuador’s …
For starters, a pleasant four-hour flight from Atlanta, Georgia, brought us from the United States to Quito, the capital city of Ecuador…
“Crocodiles!? Why’d it have to be crocodiles???” (I just know this is what Indiana Jones would say… as MANY salties swam around our boat while we fished for Barramundi on the Mary River in the Northern Territory of Australia).
The Northern Territory of Australia is flush with unique historical, cultural, and adventure opportunities to rival any area of any country of the world!