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Those who dream by day are cognizant of many things that escape those who only dream at night. – Edgar Allan Poe

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Cinco de Cairo is a great day to be in San Antonio!

Facebook Twitter In my family, we call the 5th of May Cinco de Cairo. It’s the day my daughter, Cairo was born, so it’s a natural match for us. Today we were not with her, but instead we’re in San Antonio, and there was a lot going on. We wandered around the downtown river walk […]

Athens, Greece – Double decker day 2 couldn’t be more different

Facebook Twitter When I purchased my ticket for the double decker bus tour, I was wondering if I’d even use the second day. What was I gonna do -the very same circuit all over again? But as it all turned out, the second day, while following the very same route, was the exact opposite of the […]

Burning Man – It’s hang out at home Friday

Facebook Twitter After the most amazing, perfect day that was yesterday, it was appropriate that today should be a quieter, relax, and recover day. The PantyDome across the way had an unadvertised Panty give-away party. They had hundreds of new-in-the-package panties and they were giving them away to passers-by along with a vodka punch. We ended […]

Burning Man – It’s Can’t Say No Thursday

Facebook Twitter Today is Socially Appropriate Menstruation Day – “Wear white pants with no underwear. Let the blood make it’s artistic mark!” Okay, yeah, there is no way I will ever be this free. Today is also Can’t Say No Thursday – “Say Yes to everything asked of you today and be amazed where it takes you!” I […]

Burning Man – It’s tutu Tuesday!

Facebook Twitter On Tuesday, we’re a little sluggish and slow to get going. I go through the book, write a bunch of events down, ready our backpacks with water and supplies and eventually, we’re off. This is my lunchtime list. It’s just a small portion of the events available at that time. Just the one’s that […]

Reno is Burning Man central

Facebook Twitter I’d read that it was a good idea to buy everything you need well before you hit Reno since 70,000 people descending on the town at once can decimate the stock they have there. That was obviously advice from a few years back. Turns out Reno is more than ready for all the […]

Los Algodones, MX – the place for cheap dental work and pharmaceuticals

Facebook Twitter Los Algodones is the place to go if you want cheap dental work or pharmaceuticals. Like all the other border towns, nobody even talks to you when crossing the border. We parked on one side, walked through a short pathway and then we were across the border and right into town. As soon […]

Quartzsite at the right time of the year

Facebook Twitter Quartzsite is a tiny little town in western Arizona 20 miles east of the Colorado river, the stateline to California. The first time we came through, last April, the place was deserted. It was out of season and unseasonably scorching hot. The time to come here is January when the RV show is […]

Peachland and Kelowna, BC

Facebook Twitter We relocated up the valley to a small camp-ground in Peachland, overlooking the lake, with a road that winds down into an suburban area of condos, homes, restaurants, pubs, and a great coffee place. It reminds us both of Birch Bay, with the waterfront road and small town-suburban feel. Our site was right at the front, […]

Jazz, murder and the Brady Bunch?

Facebook Twitter One of the more atypical things we did was to accompany my brother up to the Vitello’s Restaurant in Studio City. Vitello’s is a great looking old style Italian Jazz and Supper Club. Since the 60’s they’ve been hosting jazz, cabaret, and world music shows for both local acts and musicians traveling through […]

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