Paying it Forward For Pat Tillman

Before we settle into the weekend, I’d like to tear your attention away from power ball winnings or alt-right nonsense and share with you something more deserving our all of our attentions. I know this isn’t travel related but something that has always inspired me, much like seeing the world does, is the dedication of … More Paying it Forward For Pat Tillman

Time Slips Away

Time really slips away here. There’s always so much to do just to exist. I couldn’t let today go by without painting a picture of our last day in Masonga. My previous post showed our arrival in a small village with a warm reception and days spent with families. Our last was spent much differently. … More Time Slips Away

From the Road

Our 6th stop on the road, khuta bay, seems abandoned. A small palapa hut with a few men dotting its posts are smoking near the only shop. That is, until we stop at our 49th mile mark and children and teens alike emerge from the bush and trees on both sides. They clambor around the … More From the Road

En Route and Ready

The airport is without a doubt one of my favorite places (unless you’re flying through miami). The anticipation of going somewhere outside the norm for what is usually a good time is the best BUT this time something new entirely. For years I have wanted to travel to Africa and it’s finally here! Meticulously packed … More En Route and Ready