Monthly Archives: February 2011

Contrast of White on White

Dear Curator, I thought you may enjoy a giant white canvas. Yet, like the surface of a store-brand factory-farmed egg it will be ever so slightly mottled with specks nearly invisible to the naked eye. Continue reading

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Weekly Travel Quote

Patricia Storace considers paradise in this week’s travel quote. Continue reading

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More Free Art Museum Days: NC, SC, TN

A list of free art museums in North Carolina, South Carolina, & Tennessee. Continue reading

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Lone Star College

Travel Tips from my workshop at Lone Star College Continue reading

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Weekly Travel Quote

“I like thinking that perhaps this is how we should always travel, without foresight or answers, adventitiously, with faith as our compass.” Continue reading

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Weekly Travel Quote

Guy de Maupassant speaks of Venice in today’s travel quote. Continue reading

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America’s Worst Airports

I have finally completed by list of the Worst Airports in America. Continue reading

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Texas history is educational. Who knew?

A visit to the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum reveals some forgotten facts and a truly awesome t-shirt. Continue reading

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Weekly Travel Quote

In today’s travel quote, Adam Gopnik describes the two types of travelers. Continue reading

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Bill Bryson is funny

Bill Bryson hits the spot with Notes From a Small Island, one of the top travel books of all time. Continue reading

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