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Monday Travel Quote: Moving On


Travel Theme: Garden

Its seems like a long time ago now, but back in New York I made a day trip out to what was, at the time, almost a ghost town of Coney Island in Brooklyn.  After taking in the empty beach,… Continue Reading →

Travel Theme: Multicoloured

It was a a path I had taken before, a long time ago in the days when I had black hair. This time I was going as an experiment in starting over. New Orleans was at the end of the… Continue Reading →

Weekly Reblog #19: The Walk Across the United States

Robert’s Journey | The Walk Across the United States “Many times we would discuss different dreams of ours but would never follow through. Luckily we were able to follow through with this one. While our parents may not want us… Continue Reading →

Visa Run, Chicago

American TESOL Institute Series Pre-Thailand Chores; Informations and Vaccinations Visa Run, Chicago Back to Bangkok – the American TESOL Institute (ATI) American TESOL Institute Review – Pre-Course Experience American TESOL Institute Review – In-Course Experience American TESOL Institute Review –… Continue Reading →

Michigan’s Ancient Copper Culture: An Essay on Speculative History

Truth and Lies. Facts and frauds. The history of this planet is filled with both objective and subjective accounts of the events that have transpired throughout the millennia. The subjectivity comes from lone sources, perhaps a single person’s record of… Continue Reading →

Ontonagon and Rockland: A Detour

“They’re all faded from all the light we have in here, but I kind of like the color they faded to.” – Angela Cummings One of the first things someone driving into downtown Ontonagon will notice, and there is no… Continue Reading →

A Second Try in Houghton

“This place, this bearer of the chilly winter burst . . . far from commercial in its constancy, its threat, impact, and our recovery: always from it.”  – Ander Monson The downtown span of Houghton has a very urbanized feel… Continue Reading →

Roads Through Forgotten Memories: the Keweenaw Peninsula

” . . . the Keweenaw Peninsula, former home of massive copper and iron ore mines; setting; snowbound; now in some ways only a place for ghosts and tourists . . .” – Ander Monson Just as the entirety of Michigan’s… Continue Reading →

At Land’s End, A Beginning: Copper Harbor

“What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from.” -T.S. Eliot It seems fitting to start a story with no foreseeable end at… Continue Reading →

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