Bariloche is “the Gateway to Patagonia,” where we hiked and toured over a cold, but beautiful three days.
An overview of two great hikes . . . in the foothills of the Andes and the lower elevations at the base of Aconcagua, the highest mountain in the Americas.
An overview of a 3-day tour of the City of Mendoza, Argentina and seven wineries in the Lujan de Cuyo area south of the city.
With another glorious weekend in sunny Denver, Colorado (with temperatures in the high 80’s and low 90’s), its easy to find something interesting to do. Whether its volleyball or relaxing in one […]
Bold . . . dramatic . . . unconventional . . . unique . . . innovative . . . unfinished . . . controversial . . . disheveled . […]
In May, 2014 I posted a blog about two unique pieces of “Functional Art” created by industrial designer Michiel Cornelissen (see Functional Art). Michiel is the brother-in-law of a former […]
I didn’t think it could get any better than the Chihuly Exhibit I visited on a sunny August afternoon (see blog post Denver Botanic Gardens’ Outdoor Chihuly Exhibit – August 23, 2014), […]
Colorado is well-known for its world-class white powder ski experience available at its many mountain resorts; most of the more popular areas are within an easy two hours drive from the capital city […]
I saw this bumper sticker the other day, which I thought was a very creative way of advertising the Denver Art Museum. DAM – thats good art! While that is true […]
I am fortunate to live within a short walk across the park from one of the city’s greatest attractions, the Denver Botanic Gardens. Located on the east side of Cheesman Park […]