Ride On

23 Jan 19
Andrew C. Doiron

One of the most challenging aspects of my visit to Vietnam has been transportation. In the many Canadian cities I have lived in or visited this is something I have taken for granted. I could always reliably get around by walking, taking transit, or driving a car. Travelers can’t rent cars here, and I doubt […]

23 Jan 19
my90acres

This is a rare quiet moment of my dog Mikey.  Anyone who has ever been owned by a border collie knows that they are power plants of energy, always ready for a walk, a ride or a new adventure.  Mikey spends much of his days chasing squirrels, birds, rabbits, anything that moves, really.  Here you […]

23 Jan 19
Ms. Bee Bobs About

As with most things in India, the dawn chorus in our small village outside Hampi is overwhelming. The birds pick up their songs as the almost obscene number of village cocks crow and the local dogs mimic their calls. This is accompanied by the ever-present morning sound of someone enthusiastically trying to cough up a […]

23 Jan 19
Kristin's Novel Café

Welcome to my stop on the Louis & Louise blog tour! If you could look at one life in two different ways, what would you see? Louis and Louise are separated by a single moment in time, a strike of chance that decided their future. The day they were born is when their story began. […]

23 Jan 19
MattyAndAnnika.Life

Yesterday started by waking from a nice nights rest to our morning coffee as we started planning our day. Things have been very off in our daily lives over the last 2 weeks so we decided to take the day to just chill. Annika and I figured it was a great day to take my […]

23 Jan 19
The Road and the Heart

The curtain of clouds that had wrapped itself around snow capped volcano Orsono had begun to open as I stepped from my tent into the morning sunlight. I had fallen asleep to the sound of wind roaring in the trees and rain pattering on my tent roof the night before and the warm sun beaming […]

23 Jan 19
Typical Travel

Ha Giang is the land of the Vietnamese ethnic minorities and flowers, so participate in homestay tours, enjoying their culture, and smelling the beautiful flower fields sounds like a great way to spend a few days, right? 300 kilometers from Hanoi, Ha Giang is famous for its rock highlands, terraced paddy fields, and colorful flower […]

23 Jan 19
RACER

Welcome to the Robin Miller Mailbag presented by Honda Racing / HPD. You can follow the Santa Clarita, California-based company at: hpd.honda.com and on social media at @HondaRacing_HPD and https://www.facebook.com/HondaRacingHPD. Your questions for Robin should be sent to millersmailbag@racer.com. We cannot guarantee we’ll publish all your questions and answers, but Robin will reply to you. […]

23 Jan 19
Peace and Freedom

There’s no shame and much honor in the job of coming to judgments about news events. But we don’t have to rush there. That’s what too many of us pundits did upon first seeing video footage and hearing accounts of the encounter in Washington last Friday between teenagers from a Catholic boys’ high school in Kentucky […]

23 Jan 19
simu151909

SO WHAT COULD BE AN ORIGIN OF A GIRL BEING A TOMBOY??? Born and brought up in a SIKH joint family i never really had any female attention as all i had were 5 brothers to look up to and i had my own ups and downs with them as all they could fascinate me […]

23 Jan 19
George Sandison

What’s got two thumbs, raised eyebrows of surprise and a new job at Titan?

23 Jan 19
Review Online Casino

ZZ TOP 4 WINDS CASINO top casinos called TV shows that every platform has its level of real money, can make that the jackpot amount part and winning sequences, classic types of slot machines at SlotsUp as even use mobile gambling sites to win you simply have a lot of choice, three other games on […]

23 Jan 19
Piecemeal

Today I watched freshmen play variations of handball and thought about this story I wrote five years ago. I remember the idea taking bones on a commute in Kuwait. I was at a stoplight waiting to merge onto the Thirty, heading home, and the BBC was on (I listened to a lot of BBC while […]