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Character Development

In an earlier blog I mentioned the possibility of writing a book or novel entitled “TropiGal.”  I have written a little already focusing on the characters who, of course, are mostly women. 560 more words

#key West

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Puerto Galera, Mindoro

My first conversation with Kenneth was about places we want to visit. There were too many I can’t even remember all of them. 1,243 more words



Its time for my solo adventure. Kathy backed out and Sandy said Nope, No Way. But I really, really wanted to get in the water. Snorkeling in Hanauma Bay was a high point in my trip to Oahu. 533 more words


Maui (Fall 2016)

We just returned from Maui. This was our 8th trip to Maui since 2007. It’s a beautiful island that has a lot to offer.

We’ve seen the entire island with the exception of the most southern road, the Piilani Highway 31 and 360, past the Pokowai Sea Arch to the “Seven Sacred” Pools at Ohe’o Gulch. 1,270 more words


Kayaking and Snorkeling in La Jolla

I can hardly believe I’ve been back in Los Angeles for a week. A part of me still feels like I’m on vacation time.  But anyway, on the Wednesday after my birthday (11/23) I went on a kayak and snorkel tour with Everyday California in the La Jolla cove. 461 more words

Seven Wonders of The Galápagos

There are few places in the world more “wonder-full” than the Galápagos Islands. A magical combination of wilderness (only three of the 19 islands have any resident population of the human kind) and wildlife, activities in the archipelago are strictly regulated by the Ecuadorian government and its National Park Service  in order to preserve this… 533 more words


Sunday No Fun Day

Our first Sunday in American Samoa dawned clear and blistering hot and all I wanted was to enjoy what we usually enjoy everyday: fresh sea air to breathe and clean, cooling water in which to swim. 943 more words