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Keep Portland Weird

When I left Portland three years ago I knew I wanted to come back one day.

Sometimes when you travel you leave a piece of you into one place. 653 more words


The Art of Touch

I’ve been struggling to communicate one concept for the last month. However, with the leaked 2005 recording of Donald Trump that’s rocked the media and blowback of his “locker room talk” explanation, I feel it’s as apt a time as any to explore a topic relevant to all of us: our attitudes and habits towards human touch. 1,091 more words

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Why Are You Travelling - Focusing on Intent

It’s seems a funny question to ask, why are you travelling? It seems the answer is justified in the question, simply to travel. However, just to travel isn’t really a complete answer. 442 more words


Wanderlusty Wednesday: A Change of Plans

Remember how two weeks ago I said we’d decided to go to the Pacific Northwest for a road trip this year? 178 more words


Failure Demand

Last week with my work, I was able to get a tour of the Digital Transformation Office of Sydney. This is a new agency dedicated to making government more accessible and easier to understand, with a lofty goal of creating a centralized information hub from 2,000 unique websites. 978 more words

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Bonica and The Electric Holy Road Trip - Part 1

“WHERE ARE WE GOING?” Bonica attempted to shout over the music and through the morning softness at the back of her throat.

“MEL-BOURRRRNE.” I replied with a heartily, ridiculously, rolled R-R-R-R. 1,611 more words


Wandermates #1 - Steve Young.

” A journey is measured in friends rather than miles” – Tim Cahill

This is an attempt to share all the interesting stories of people I’ve come across while on the road . 189 more words

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