Devils Tower, Wyoming

It’s been a while since I’ve written any blog posts, so I thought I’d get the ball rolling again with a photo from last month’s long weekend trip to South Dakota and Wyoming. This photo is of Devils Tower, a national monument located about a half-hour’s drive northwest of Sundance, Wyoming. It’s probably best known … Continue reading Devils Tower, Wyoming

The Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

In August 2004, just a few weeks after moving to Arizona, I decided to take a road trip to San Francisco, California, for a long weekend. I didn’t fall in love with San Francisco the way so many do, but I did enjoy a long walk through Golden Gate Park all the way to the … Continue reading The Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco

Statue of Abraham Lincoln in namesake park, Polanco, Mexico City

I suppose it shouldn’t have surprised us to find a statue of Abraham Lincoln in a park called Parque Lincoln. Kathryn and I enjoyed a twilight stroll through this calm, tree-lined park in the upscale Mexico City neighborhood of Polanco after having a lovely dinner at a pizza restaurant nearby. After that, we took a … Continue reading Statue of Abraham Lincoln in namesake park, Polanco, Mexico City

Photographs from yesterday in Buenos Aires, Argentina

As was the case in Montevideo, we discovered quickly two nights was not enough, so we’ve extended our stay in Buenos Aires through tomorrow. However, we woke up this morning to steady rain, so a long walk like yesterday is not likely. We’ve decided to take in one or more of the city’s hundreds of … Continue reading Photographs from yesterday in Buenos Aires, Argentina