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The Ghosts of Christmas 2012

‘Twas the night before Christmas and not a creature was stirring, not one except a big ol’ blogger looking back on his year of travel. I feel blessed after such a wonderful year. From a road trip to Arizona, my first adventure of the year, to trips back home to the Midwest, and many points […]

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A Final Farewell to King Tut

King Tutankhamun, more commonly known as King Tut, the boy-king of Egypt in the 1330s B.C., died a mysterious death. No matter how many tests have been done, no one can determine what happened to him. It is only known that he died young, was buried hastily with an immense amount of wealth, and is […]

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How to do Seattle in a Day

There are a lot of things to do in Seattle. So how can I do it all in a day? I asked myself, after booking my flight and hotel. It simply wasn’t possible. I could live there for a year and still miss all kinds of amazing restaurants and interesting attractions. There’s no way to […]

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The View From The Seattle Space Needle

A panoramic view of a beautiful summer day on Puget Sound from the Seattle Space Needle.

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