Tag Archives: England

Traveling in the Time of Coronavirus

Not that anyone should be traveling during the coronavirus outbreak. We should all be staying home, staying safe, and flattening the curve. That’s what my wife and I have been doing for a few weeks now. We’ve done well with it, too. She (thankfully) works remotely, so is used to staying home. And I’m able […]

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The Ghosts of Christmas 2014

When it comes to travel, I’ll be honest, this past year was rather slow, all things considered. I didn’t jet away to some far off foreign land, as I’ve done in years past. I didn’t set foot outside my own country, actually. I didn’t even explore a new destination, really, opting instead to stay around […]

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Photos From London

For no reason in particular, I’m feeling a bit nostalgic today over my trip to London this past fall with my dad. So, I figured to share a handful or random photos I hadn’t yet posted. There’s no specific reason I chose these particular photos other than the fact that I like them. I hope […]

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Watching Football in London…No, Not That Football. The Other Football

This coming weekend, the San Francisco 49ers play the Jacksonville Jaguars in London, England. This is part of the NFL’s International Series, which is a football game played annually in London to expand the league’s reach globally. There’s even some speculation that the NFL will either move or add a franchise to the city. Many […]

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Showing Dad Around London

My father and I are back home in Minnesota and Colorado, respectively, after one of the most fun trips abroad I’ve ever experienced; London was a blast! It certainly helped that the Minnesota Vikings – our football team who we traveled to see play at Wembley Stadium – beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in a very […]

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England’s Avebury Stone Circle

  My friend drove my dad and I out to the Salisbury Plain yesterday, where we took a walk around the rocks and through the fields making up the grounds of the Avebury stone circle. It’s a cousin to nearby Stonehenge, but much larger and more spread out with more opportunities to get up close […]

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