Crossing Barriers in Israel with Green Olive Tours

Fred Schlomka, founder of Green Olive Collective, prepares for a long distance ride through the U.S. Fred Schlomka is idiosyncratic enough that I shouldn’t have been surprised when our interview by email, between [...]

By |2017-10-22T09:58:26-05:00August 22, 2017|Categories: Asia, Experienced Travelers, Interviews, Israel, Middle East|Tags: |12 Comments

Time Zones, A Photo Exhibit, Minneapolis, March-July 2017

If you landed on this page to see what time it is in Minneapolis, Click this link. If you want to see some nice photos, scroll down What is below is a catalog of my [...]

Our 2015 Travels in 50 Photos

I said the same thing last year, but 2015 was our biggest year in travel yet. Four continents and 16 countries, about 75 cities, 11 United States National Parks, and a score or more Unesco [...]

Mapping 2015: Highlights and Snapshots

It’s been such a full year I needed to retrace our itinerary to get my head around all that we’ve seen in 2015. Initially, I just wanted to post some random images–previously unpublished–that have stayed [...]

Trip Totals: Accounting for our Whereabouts

This photo counts as one of my favorites: The Bernina Express rail line in the Swiss Alps. Apart from toting up income (not enough) and expenses (too much), we endorse counting up other [...]

Ruins of the Roman Camp Viewed from Masada, Israel

The view from the walls of Masada: ruins of one of the eight camps the Romans built surrounding the mountain citadel, and from which they organized the building of a ramp and the eventual [...]

By |2015-02-16T04:31:18-05:00February 16, 2015|Categories: Asia, Israel, Middle East, Unesco World Heritage Sites|0 Comments