Hannah, Nicole, and I spent a wonderful week-and-a-bit galavanting through Greece together! We visited Athens, Nafplio, Ermioni, and Hydra. Keep reading for all the greets! (Greek deets…?) Our journey to Greece started out in the funniest way; I hope Hannah doesn’t mind my sharing this anecdote. I’m not sure why I didn’t share this one […]
This roundup of news features stories asking if climate change is causing a spread of diseases that impact dogs, MuttNation Foundation’s work results in 61 adoptions, and a list of the companies most friendly to dogs.
100 miles in 5 days. Crossing an endorheic basin. Expansive prairie views. Wild horses and wild flowers. Atlas and I had an incredible time crossing the Great Divide Basin.
Welcome to our weekly summary of the most important stories of Driving.ca last week. Get involved and ready for the weekend, because it's hard to keep up the pace in a digital traffic jam. Here's what you missed while you were away. The neighbors of Dum-dum vandalized the car of this med student to park […]
Okay, so, apparently I have a thing for Ohio, and I didn’t realize it. The three books I’ve written thus far, as well as the nine more I have planned, are all set in Ohio. I didn’t think that was weird until one of my New Orleans friends asked me why I didn’t set my […]
The early noon sky, draped with gorgeous sky blues and milky white clouds towered over the heavens, bringing endless radiant light to the lonesome lands below. Blades of grass swished from side to side while heavy winds whistled past the canyons. The birds sang in unison as the cicadas jumped merrily from leaf to leaf. […]
BAMMM!!! BAMMMM!!! BAMMMM!!!! Booming, resonant shockwaves detonated themselves through the once serene Merry Waterfall as billions of dust particles dominated the air. The flat and rocky terrain of the basin had been littered with dozens of craters that could have only been caused by a meteor shower. At the centre of the carnage, there was […]
HowthHowth (rhymes with both), is a fishing and yachting port, and popular suburban resort on the north side of Howth Head, 15km (9½ miles north-east of the city centre. Its attractions are easily appreciated, particularly at the coast. Howth Head gives fine views of Dublin Bay and the Wicklow Mountains or Boyne Valley beyond. In […]
“Take a left here and walk straight! We’ll reach the Merry Waterfall then!” A high-pitched excited cry echoed through the rocky terrain of a small and hidden valley, bringing life to the godforsaken landscape. Five throbbing footsteps crackled on the vast numbers of pebbles and gravel on the earthen floor as vultures circled high above […]
Omayra Acevedo, Peak to Peak. Moose are known for their massive antlers, their sharp hooves, large size and sometimes even their temper, but not this one. A Spring chill was in the air as I walked through the town of Idaho Springs, Colorado. While window shopping, I entered a couple of shops to chat with […]
∞Children of the Sun∞ Around a year ago I was visiting my dad, living in his small trailer on the Oregon Coast for almost a month with no idea what the next step was going to be (Which is pretty typical with my lifestyle). My girlfriend and I had considered Bend when leaving Monmouth and […]
You probably know at least some of the crazy stats by now. Colorado is at 751 percent of its typical June 14th snowpack, as of Friday. In at least four of Colorado’s eight river basins, that figure is over 1,000 percent. In virtually every numerical sense, Colorado’s mid-June snowpack is off the charts. In 2018, […]