For nearly 15 years Charlene and I raise kids in Casper, Wyoming and our trips back are always bitter-sweet. We rolled into Casper on Easter Sunday and enjoyed a nice day with our Daughter Tera and the grand kids. On Continue reading →
WWOOF is a worldwide organization that can place volunteers with organic farmers where volunteers work for 4 to 6 hours a day for room and board on their hosts organic farm.
In 2014 Charlene and I worked as volunteers in Continue reading →
Denver’s River North, a district called RiNo is a gem worth exploring. Denver’s newest experiment in urban renewal is a kaleidoscope of youthful entrepreneurial imagination. In an area once known for empty warehouses and railroad frontage entrepreneurs are building and Continue reading →
New Orleans was an old friend from my past and when Maurice and Susan Cooper invited Charlene and I to come stay with them in the French Quarter for four days it was a no brainer. We flew into New Continue reading →
New Orleans is famous for its unique food and amazing music but for the traveler there is now also a group of world-class attractions that will enrich your New Orleans stay. In our 4 day stay in the Big Easy Continue reading →
We are near the French Quarter and it’s been a food fest! The crawfish and oysters are in season so Charlene and I are trying to eat our way around New Orleans. Our first find was The Ruby Slipper. Continue reading →