Waves on the Malecon

December 17, 2019

To anyone who has been paying attention, I fell in love with the Malecon Habanero on my first visit to Cuba and our love affair continues.  Its amazing in the morning, its amazing at sunset, its even amazing when its 90 degrees in the middle of the day.  My favorite time on the Malecon however…

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Getting Out of Dodge-Phase I

January 22, 2011

When the spring thaw hits, I’m outta here!  There are a few stars that need to line up in order for that to happen, but I’m confident they will. The first one being, I’ll need to move out of my rented loft in the West Village two months early.  I don’t anticipate that being a huge problem since…

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All Just A Little Bit of History Repeating

January 17, 2011

My father once said that every generation thinks their time on earth is the best and the longer you stick around the more you become nostalgic for simpler times gone by. Times when you would call a company and a person would be on the other end, or when you could press 0 on your phone and an operator would answer, a time when if you wanted to talk…

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The Journey Home

January 7, 2011

Sometimes the most meaningful encounters are the ones that happen unexpectedly, especially if you pay attention to them when they do.  I had quite a few of them over the past  several weeks traveling around England and New Mexico, but I thought I’d just focus on the ones that touched me the last day of my trip, on the journey home.

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