This morning during my 8am class, I went to the Elkhorn Slough otter cam set up by seaotters.com and Animal Planet. The students are entertained, or at least act like they are, to stop working for a bit and take … Continue reading
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Sometimes I forget how beautiful it is where I live, and I take it for granted. With visitors, I can often gain back the perspective of awe and thankfulness for the beauty that’s so close by here. I got to … Continue reading
Some people think Kansas is nothing but flat, flyover country. And while it’s true that it doesn’t have the mountains of neighboring Colorado, there are plenty of trails for hikers, cyclists, and equestrians. And my brother and I are going … Continue reading
You never expect to be startled by a seagull when enjoying a meal.
About 30 minutes south of Santa Cruz along Highway 1 is the small fishing town of Moss Landing. Along with a power plant, it has one of California’s largest estuaries and the highest concentration of sea otters on the central … Continue reading
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Sometimes I can’t believe that I live here! Continue reading
1. You drive into Monterey: a. at night and needing a place to stay, and you want oceanfront views, go to #2. Continue reading
The current promotional tagline for the Bahamas is: “It’s better in the Bahamas.” Take a look at some of my photos from my visit to Nassau and Exuma, and you tell me if you think they got it right!
Spring break. The time for heading to warm climates and relaxing. Since I have the dubious honor of still “celebrating” spring break, I decided to take my own vacation. I got up at 5:00am everyday, stood in the cold for … Continue reading