We returned from a near-monthlong holiday in England. We hadn’t visited since Easter 2019, so it’d been a while. There were lots of ups and downs with the four-year-old, but we managed to power through numerous tantrums, and colds, on the trip. We’re back home now — Emilia with conjunctivitis, and me with pneumonia. We’llContinue reading “Kent Winter Adventures”
A hot summer afternoon in Taormina, Italy.
Spring snapshots from around Nashville, Tennessee.
iPhone snapshots of an early winter vacation on Hawaii, or the Big Island.
Ziplining on the mountains of Whistler in British Columbia, Canada.
A week in Oregon, including Portland, Multnomah Falls in the Columbia River Gorge area, and Bend and the Deschutes River.
Snapshots from England over the holidays in 2015, from London to Kent. It was gray and wet — and kinda gloomy, to be honest — but it was nice to spend time with family, and to explore London and see friends.
Exploring Paris in December, in the days before Christmas. It was lovely to return, to unravel a bit, and to spend time with friends for five days.
I was away for most of October, first for work — at the annual Automattic grand meetup in Park City, Utah — and then on a two-week road trip with Nick through Utah and Arizona. I’ve traveled so much around the world in the past two decades. This trip has easily become my favorite.
A Q&A published at Tessa Love’s Wander Home. Tessa is publishing a series of profiles on travelers and at-home explorers, and she asked me a few questions on what exploration and home mean to me.