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Legalized Sin in the City Days 1 and 2: Amsterdam

When you think of Amsterdam, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Usually you can divide people by what they say: legalized drugs and the Red Light District, but maybe you get a few who think of windmills. 1,896 more words


The Visitor

Iron Age roundhouse, Butser Ancient Farm. iPhone.



Since my emotionally tumultuous return from Manchester to the United States last month, I’ve been offered a job at the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) based in Washington, D.C.* ASTC promotes and advocates for science museums around the globe; the association also offers an annual conference hosted by one of its member institutions during which members and nonmembers alike can mingle, network, attend noteworthy sessions on a variety of museum- and science-related topics, and experience first-hand what colleagues in the field are doing. 377 more words


10/22/14 Al

10/22-31 Albuquerque, NM
10/31-11/6 On the road to Indio, CA
11/6-9 Indio, CA (RIVCO—Square Dance)
11/9-10 On the road to Santa Clarita, CA
11/11-unknown Final Touch Coach Works, Santa Clarita (we don’t know how long it will take for repairs) 1,711 more words

2014 Retirement

Florence. Italy.

I even don’t know with what to start… everything in this Italian city is a treasure: architecture itself with all those details you don’t want to miss, street lights, museums, shops, restaurants, and people- Florentini and tourists. 30 more words


Days 4 and 5 – Nashville Tennessee

Saturday morning was cloudy and cool again, a good day to be on the road again, heading towards Nashville. At the Tennessee Welcome Center we thought we should call to book a campsite. 626 more words