Last weekend, Trotsky and I took our first ever solo camping trip. In almost nine years, it's never been just the two of us. Between trips with partners, casual lovers, friends who live locally, and friends who are far away, finding time to go places on your own is difficult. But last weekend, it happened. … Continue reading An Autumn Weekend in Central Colorado
My dad gets really excited when when modern, gig/sharing-economy type organizations come to Buffalo, which is my hometown and where he still lives. Years ago, when Buffalo got food trucks, he called right away to let me know. Around the same time, the city was redoing the harbor to make it a place for festivals … Continue reading AirBnB: The First B is for Beautiful
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!
I have so many thoughts to share stemming from my two and a half weeks in Europe. My route was Flight to Zurich→ Train to Innsbruck→ Car share to Bressanone→ On foot across the Dolomites to Cortina d'Ampezzo→ Bus to Venice→ Rental car to Padua→Verona→Bergamo→Milan→ Train and kayak to Bellagio→ Car share to Zurich with … Continue reading Italy by Number