Lured by the promise of a cheap vacation and time on the beach in exchange for two hours of my time, San Diego seemed like a great idea.
Nashville, Tennessee, home to country music and about 2 million people. It’s also host to large conferences, hoards of tourists, and it has become the top city for bachelorette parties – I kid you not.
Along with chile and Breaking Bad, hot air balloons is kinda our claim to fame.
….well, not really, but I was excited to finally get there! I’ve spent plenty of time in SoCal, but hadn’t made it to The City by the Bay until Labor Day weekend.
I’m going to Kansas City. Kansas City here I come! I bet you’re singing it now, too, aren’t you?
I’m a geek. I admit it. I geeked out about this total solar eclipse….geeked out to the point that I scheduled a work trip to get me close to a place where I could view the 100% eclipse.
The Windy City. Chi-Town. The Second City. City by the Lake. Whatever you call it, Chicago is pretty phenomenal.
Have you ever been to Taos, NM? The official website describes it this way: Taos is an art colony, a world-class ski resort, an ancient community and land of Earthships. I describe it this way: Taos is weird and wacky and kind of wonderful.
I have a new obsession with yaks. I’m obsessed with yaks and it’s all because I saw some yaks on a family trip to Colorado…
Weekends are for hiking.