“Major writing is to say
what has been seen
so that it need
never be said again.”
– Delmore Schwartz

Weekly Reblog #30: Trespassing…For Science

Tresspassing…For Science | Middle Savagery “This is a uniquely urban solution, as I realize that many sites are out in underpopulated landscapes. Sadly, most buildings are closed off to the public, even more so if you have a camera. Ideally… Continue Reading →

My 2013

When I returned to Bangkok in late 2012, I found a note in the pocket of a jacket I had brought from the US.  I don’t know when it was from, but the written message was ‘moving forward’.    I tried… Continue Reading →

Weekly Reblog #21: Be a Morning Person

  Be a Morning Person | Liberated Traveler “I understand that very few individuals out there are morning people.  Even if that is the case, I urge you to become one on your travels.  When I recount my favorite travel… Continue Reading →

Weekly Photo Challenge: Up

After a disappointing turn around by a military blockade in the disputed border region of Cambodia/Thailand on my way to try and see the ruins of Prasat Preah Vihear, I was aching to see something in the realm of Lost… Continue Reading →

My Top 5 Travel Regrets

There’s no other way to put it.  I love my life now and have no intention of giving it up anytime in the foreseeable future, and it will only get better come October.  Still, there are certainly some things I… Continue Reading →

Travel Theme: International Women’s Day

In all the clamor these days of the numerous beings known as the ‘One True God’, of ‘His’ omnipotence and ‘His’ perfection, we often lose sight of all those who came before.  In the days before mankind’s gaze grew vaster… Continue Reading →

Weeky Reblog #10: Destination: Unknown

Destination: Unknown | Virgo Confessions “I just want to go home. I want a place where I can call my home, but somehow after traveling the world and living on my own for so long, I’ve realized that I have… Continue Reading →

Weekly Reblog #7: Hobo Code of Ethics

Hobo Code of Ethics | The Struggling Writer Today’s Myths, folklore & symbolism post over at Julie K. Rose’s blog featured a symbol from the “US system of hobo signs”. I had no idea there was such a system, so… Continue Reading →

Welcome to Paths Unwritten

Welcome to Paths Unwritten, the successor to Slightly Removed, my original blog.  While Slightly Removed served its purpose, it was time to move on to something more permanent in a private domain.  This site will be much more encompassing in… Continue Reading →

My 2012

Bangkok, or Krung Thep in Thai, meaning ‘City of Angels’.  I’ve been living here for a year and two months now.  Setting aside trips to Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, and the U.S. in that time, this is the longest I’ve stayed… Continue Reading →

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