Tag Archive: Blogging101

Flying with my Brompton (folding bike)

Why buy a folding bike if you don’t plan to travel with it? I have been getting more adept at using my Brompton for errands and happy hours but a year after buying… Continue reading

Travel Theme: Tangle

Huge, imposing, gritty. A tangle of steel I-beams.   Clock Knot by Mark di Suvero stands watch over the engineering students at the University of Texas at Austin. It is one of my… Continue reading

Hiking Bryce Canyon

Los Angeles is now a memory and we are busy hiking in southern Utah. Which means fantastic experiences …and little to no internet. So while we are offline here are a few snapshots… Continue reading

There’s Art in Them Thar Hills – Beverly and Bunker

Los Angeles is made up of many hills and valleys all with their own style. Beverly Hills is the epitome of posh living while Bunker Hill is transforming itself into a high culture… Continue reading

In Search of Food for the Road

How many nut butter sandwiches can I eat in 2 months? Looks like I am about to find out. We are packing up to leave Santa Monica for two months of touring US… Continue reading

Errandonnee May 2015

Errandonnee: Complete 12 errands in 12 days and ride a total of 30 miles by bike between May 6-17, 2015. Let’s celebrate Bike Month! Don’t let that pesky to-do list keep you off… Continue reading

Should I lose the boots?

It’s time to get mobile again. We’ve been in LA longer than anticipated and with that nesting comes the accumulation of ‘stuff’. Some good stuff, some replacement stuff, some disposable stuff, but in… Continue reading

Street Art – Lisbon

Thanks to Samatha at fictionwriterwithablog  for nominating me to do the Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge. This is Day 3.     Lisbon, Portugal is widely known for the intricate tile work that… Continue reading

Book Review – Travel the World on $50 a Day

Travel hacking is a broad term to talk about keeping your costs low and finding ways to travel for free. We’ve been hanging in Los Angeles for longer than we anticipated so it’s… Continue reading

Kansas City – A Fortunate Breakdown

A great way to save money for travel is to lower your transportation costs at home. This is one of our secrets to how we launched into this nomadic adventure. We’ve never made… Continue reading