Update coming soon

Sorry it has taken me so long to post something again, but between the the 20+ hours on a plane, the 12 hour time shift, and watching Elon Lacrosse win 9-8 in sudden death over time during the semi-finals of the regional championships today, I have not had much free time. Some people are coming… Read the rest »

Comment on a post, Win a Photobook

Or the chance at one. One person who comments will receive a free , full color, professional photobook – from myself and blurb.com. Depending on how many people comment, there may even be two of them to give away. I started the comment contest a while ago, but since that post has faded away like… Read the rest »

Everest: I own you.

At least your base camp. This is really just a teaser post. Internet up here is via satellite, and expensive, so I will do a full update tomorrow.  I just wanted everyone to know that I did indeed make it to Base Camp, and to the top of Kala Pattar, which was 5550 meters (18,209… Read the rest »

Adventure defined

ad·ven·ture /æd?v?nt??r –noun 1. an exciting or very unusual experience. 2. participation in exciting undertakings or enterprises: the spirit of adventure. 3. a bold, usually risky undertaking; hazardous action of uncertain outcome. 4. a commercial or financial speculation of any kind; venture. This pretty much describes how I feel about my current trip to Mt…. Read the rest »

PayPerPost Service

A while ago I discovered an online service that allowed me to make some more money off of my blog. It is sponsored by “The Consumer Generated Advertising Network™”, which I think is a great idea, and is called payperpost . I didn’t get around to using it for quite some time because I was… Read the rest »

Live for the now

So many people I talk with when I am traveling have similar ideas about life. Most are taking a break from something, or have one month off and decided to see the world in a whirlwind of travel. When I spend time with Couchsurfers here in Bangkok, I am presented with a completely different mind… Read the rest »

Do you know where you live?

Kevin Kelly, the Editor-At-Large of Wired magazine, posted a list of intriguing questions a while ago on his blog and I stumbled across it recently again. Since I have been traveling, I have become more in tune with where exactly I am at any given moment because that knowledge becomes helpful when you are in… Read the rest »