Category Archives: Our Life in Photos

Amish Country

Amish Country

I took this photo several years ago on a road trip across America.  I was almost to the Ohio border, in a very rural part of the state of Pennsylvania and the weather was so gloomy.  Pennsylvania is a deceptively long state to drive through and I was getting a bit of highway hypnosis when… + Read More

Too many photos…

Too many photos…

I’ve been going through the archives over the past few days, desperately trying to make some sense of the mass quantity of files, slides, negatives in our files and now believe what Jaime’s told me all along…we take a LOT of photos. So in efforts to knock the dust off the ol’ blog, we’ll start… + Read More

Gotta Love Freedom of Speech…

Gotta Love Freedom of Speech…

Something odd that I saw today written on the side of a bus.  The bus was completely covered, head to toe.  Someone sure went through a whole lot of effort to confuse the crap out of me. + Read More

Our Friend Lana the Bonobo

Our Friend Lana the Bonobo

All our closest friends think we’re a bit weird when we talk about the special friendship we have with the Bonobos at the San Diego Zoo and one in particular, a 30 year old female named Lana. But we think it’s pretty special… We’ve been members of the Zoo on and off for about 12 years… + Read More

Winter in the Rockies

Winter in the Rockies

Here are a few more from our road trip through Nevada, Utah, and Colorado last week.  Having grown up in New England, winter and snow are part of who I am – even though I moved as far away from those two aspects as I could back in 1993.  Since we’ve been so travel-happy the… + Read More

El Niño = Big Surf

El Niño = Big Surf

This has been quite the winter for surf here on the west coast thanks to the El Niño weather pattern and being a serious weather geek, it’s been really cool to actually experience some proper weather for a change.  The El Niño is, in short, a disruption of the typical weather pattern over the tropical Pacific.  This typically brings… + Read More

Camping Trip with the Boys

Camping Trip with the Boys

So, El Niño has it’s good points – as mentioned in the last post but it has it’s drawbacks too.  It rained harder than I ever remember it raining in San Diego for five days leading up to our 5 day surf trip deep into baja.  Long story short, 5 bridges washed out on the… + Read More

Long time, no entry!

Long time, no entry!

Travel is such a big part of our lives – be it for work or purely to see new places or people we haven’t seen in awhile – that we do it whenever we have free time.  A wedding in Colorado early in February had us driving over 2000 miles throughout the Southwest and a… + Read More

New York, New York Big City of Dreams…

New York, New York Big City of Dreams…

New York is such a multi-dimensional place; I still have trouble focusing on one particular aspect at a time (sorry for the image overload).  Between the architectural three-dimensionality and added socio-economic layers, the city feels like some Orwellian experiment and is at once hectic and peaceful, maker of dreams or destroyer of hope…truly unlike any… + Read More

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