I’ve hiked the Rockies, danced all night in Spanish ruins, and soaked in secret lagoons in Iceland surrounded by wild horses and bubbling earth; I’ve toured swamps deep in the bayou, broken bread with the locals in the mountains of Galicia, and kayaked the bioluminescent waters of Puerto Rico. I count myself lucky to have […]
What do you plan to do over the next 3 months? One local man set out on one of the most epic adventures: around the world in 90 days.
Let’s face it, Europe is one heck of a long way. It’s expensive to get there, it’s expensive when you’re there and hey there’s so much of our own country that you haven’t even seen yet. So why do so many of us do it?
Whether you’re heading abroad for a quick weekend break or a week in the Alps, there are some essentials you simply either can’t or don’t want to leave behind.
EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Airport announced Tuesday that Frontier Airlines will leave the Eugene market at the end of November after a two-season run at the airport. Airport officials said Frontier began its service with seasonal service between its Denver hub and the Eugene Airport. At the time they said Frontier was owned by Republic … Continue reading »
Sandpines – designed by Rees Jones, it was named Best New Public Golf Course in America when it opened in 1993 and has received numerous other awards and accolades since.
Fiddler’s Green has the tools to make you a better golfer and prepare you for your next big golf outing. It has the Pro Shop to outfit you properly, the course and range to help you work on your shots, and you’ll be building confidence in your game which will carry over to longer and more challenging courses.
I went on a trip to Puerto Vallarta. Here’s some photos I took along the way.
I’ve been traveling a lot lately and that means I’ve been reading a lot on Airplanes. I came prepared for all my flights with books and magazines, but I still found time to read the ridiculous and amusing Skymall catalog and after browsing through it a few times I have set my heart on these book ends.
Today Cambodia struggles with many issues, many of which the people I spoke with attribute to the Khmer Rouge, the subsequent Vietnam occupation, and results of instability over the past forty years. At the same time, people smile a lot. Kids ask if you listen to Justin Bieber, and yell hello from their stilted homes as you float by on the Mekong River.