The automated announcements at this airport are delivered with a British accent.
Photos I took of Cahokia Mounds and Gateway Arch using Instagram.
During our visit to Argentina this winter I took some photos in my in-laws’ home.
I wonder how Pablo Neruda would have felt having an elite service for wealthy travelers named for him.
I was too slow with the camera to catch this aquarium-bound diamondback terrapin with its head up.
We had tickets for the Broadway tour of the musical Wicked this afternoon. The Des Moines Civic Center was completely packed for it.
We spent the weekend in the picturesque river towns of Van Buren County.
Driving in Van Buren County between Bentonsport and Keosauqua I commented to Lore about the rolling green cow pastures and belts of oak trees, “It’s pretty, isn’t it?” “Yes,” she said, “pretty Iowan.”
We made a quick stop at Tippecanoe Battlefield near Lafayette, Indiana, and encountered a mysterious stile.
Photos from our trip, as seen by Instagram, which we experimented with this weekend.
I think the Speedway is a bad influence on Indianapolis drivers.
On our return from Argentina, we had a long layover in Santiago, Chile. Lorena suggested we visit the city.
We stayed with Lore’s parents up in the Sierras de Córdoba, rugged green hills filled with horses. The weather there was pleasant and dry with some cool nights. Fortunately, Lore was staying with her parents in Villa Giardino up in the Sierras de Córdoba, rugged green hills filled with horses. The weather there was pleasant for a walk to artists’ colony or to the dam, for a dip in the pool, a horseback ride, or a cook-out.
During layovers I make a little game of learning about the place only from what I see in the gift shops.
American Airline’s flight attendants are a gruff bunch.
Terminal D at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport has the advantage of being big and spacious and full of diverting artwork.
While traveling through Ronald Reagan Airport in Washington, D.C. this week I wondered, what’s it like to be an air traffic controller there?
I was in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia for another training this week. This time I had part of Friday afternoon, so I visited some of the historic buildings in the Lower Town.
We stopped in Grinnell on the way back from the Iowa State Fair to see this famous Louis Sullivan building.
A belated gallery of photos from last Sunday’s trip to the fair.