No, I'm not a Trump fan! Far from it. The Trump administration does not have the best people, but Boulder does. Prior to last week's post, it had been a while since I posted about living in Boulder. But since my company is not moving to Broomfield (yuuuuuge sigh of relief!) and I'm staying in … Continue reading Sanctuary 2.0: Surrounded by the Best People
I went to Tim Horton's in Madrid. Being from Buffalo, New York, and having spent a lot of time in Canada before this fast food chain opened in my home town, I have a soft spot for Tim Horton's. So, seeing one right outside my hotel window a few weeks ago, I had breakfast there … Continue reading What is Authentic?
I am not a fan of the "they do it in Europe" argument. I frequently hear people say this regarding free higher education and universal healthcare, among other issues. When pressed for implementation details, these people tend to be clueless about the bureaucratic, and, just as importantly, the cultural factors at play. I could go … Continue reading But They Do it in Europe!
When I was young, my family took a lot of road trips up, down, and around everywhere east of the Mississippi, and even once all the way out to Montana. When I moved to Colorado, I took a lot of road trips around the western states to see everything I could before getting my master’s … Continue reading The Portland of My 49th State
While You Are There: I don't think you can go here anymore, sadly. Well, you can go to the town but you can't have this experience. My memory of this homestay is foggy. I scoured the internet and found nothing, only an article that says the Peace Corps pulled out of Honduras five years ago. What … Continue reading San Juan, Honduras (October or November, 2003)