Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Rain

Here’s a random one for you, a small piece I ran off the top of my head. Not the greatest, not the worst, and completely free of anything China. Continue reading

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Ghost Train

I’m almost finished with “Ghost Train to the Eastern Star”, probably going to wrap it up this afternoon. Amazing does not do it justice. Theroux does a remarkable job in conveying the greatness of each country and region, talking about … Continue reading

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Plans and Theroux

The world is big and it is waiting for you! Go Forward! Take risk, change your plans, try new things, and most of all, don’t screw up while in Turkmenistan. Paul Theroux inspires my wanderlust bound brain. Continue reading

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Balsam Mountain

A day hike in the Catskills bring a bunch of good pictures, a look back at the areas history, and some thoughts on the subtle beauty that lies in these mountains. Continue reading

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Change of Seasons

I’m not going to lie, I have no material to write about, at least not anything pertaining to China.  It is the change of seasons in the Catskills.  Even in these late summer months, some of the trees are already … Continue reading

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