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Back from the other side

And, no, I don’t mean the Dark Side, but rather, I went to Indonesia.  On the way over there we had a stopover in Guam.  Guam was a nice overnight stay; my friends and I didn’t even notice a 7.2 level earthquake that was only 200 miles offshore because we were in the middle of […]

S–A–T-U-R–D-A-Y NIGHT!

S–A–T-U-R–D-A-Y NIGHT! S–A–T-U-R–D-A-Y NIGHT! Well so much for the Clash, but it is Saturday night now. When I woke up this morning it was a nice and sunny Friday in Houston. We went to the airport for a flight to Honolulu and then on to Guam where we landed about 2 hours ago, but somewhere […]

Gone Fishin’

Just so that everyone knows, I am headed out to the Banda Sea to do some diving alongside my trusted compadres BOTSO and The Hon and therefore will be off the grid for at least 10 days.  I’ll try to post something in the next couple of days and then look for something around the […]

The Amazing Fourth of July

Independence Day, 2007. The anniversary of the Declaration of Independence that was adopted 231 years ago in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by the Continental Congress and signed by John Hancock and Charles Thompson (it was signed by another 48 members on August 2, 1776). It is always a good thing to read again (or re-read again, for […]

Cruising Around Portland town (Oregon)

This past weekend I went down to Portland to spend Saturday with my friend ManDi. She is on her way to North Dakota to take some classes in sign language linguistics, which is through Wycliffe International and is part of her training to be a Bible translator for a deaf people-group somewhere in the world. […]

Vote for the New 7 Wonders of the World

There is a site out there that asks for our opinions as to the 7 places in the world that are more like modern marvels. Oddly enough included in the voting are sites as old as Easter Island and Machu Picchu and as new as the Statue of Liberty, the Sydney Opera House, and Schloss […]

So Cal and the OC

I just went over to California for a few days with a friend, and found it interesting that LA was low on the list of things to do. We flew there and went to Santa Monica for lunch (which was really good Greek food, by the way, and a thanks to Danny for the suggestion), […]