South Pole and Emperors

For the first half of the 20th century, the only people who had stood at the South Pole were the 1911/1912 expedition teams of Norwegian Roald Amundsen and Briton Robert F. Scott. It wasn’t until 1956 that humans again set foot at the pole, this time to establish the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station research center…

March Updates

“You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending” -C.S. Lewis

March was a very busy month. We spent a lot of time with our Texas grands and catching up with friends we won’t see for eight months. March also was the beginning of our northern migration. We left about a month earlier since we have our new home in Lewisburg and had things we still wanted to do before we head to the lake for the summer.

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March Updates

“You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending” -C.S. Lewis

March was a very busy month. We spent a lot of time with our Texas grands and catching up with friends we won’t see for eight months. March also was the beginning of our northern migration. We left about a month earlier since we have our new home in Lewisburg and had things we still wanted to do before we head to the lake for the summer.

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Keith’s Perspective on Joshua Tree/Le point de vue de Keith sur Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree national park was amazing! The first day we drove there. We stopped to get food at a place called Farmer Boys. We went to my friend Heath’s campsite. Le parc national de Joshua Tree était incroyable! Le premier … Continue reading

Joshua Tree National Park

The family that we went camping with in Yosemite last year invited us to go to Joshua Tree National Park with them and several others for spring break. Joshua Trees are the largest species of the yucca genus (evergreens with … Continue reading

Gear We Like: Loutytuo Travel Kettle

We bought a Loutytuo travel kettle back in 2021 as part of the kit for our month-long road trip across the country from Charleston, SC to Seattle. We’re usually up before 5am and enjoy a hot beverage right away. The kettle allowed us to make coffee or tea at will in the various hotel rooms…

Echo Camp, Antarctica

We first visited Antarctica aboard the National Geographic Endurance in late 2022 and loved the raw beauty of the snow-covered wilderness, with fantastically-shaped icebergs and rugged mountains soaring upwards from land and sea. The wildlife was exceptional as well, but it was the scenery that really drew us in. We knew we’d be back, but…

Kruger National Park

World-famous Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves on the African continent, encompassing nearly 4.9 million acres (2 million ha). The park also is home to among the widest diversity of large mammals in the world, including the lion, leopard, cheetah, hippopotamus, rhinoceros, elephant, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, antelope, and wildebeest. We very…

My Song

I just want to liveto enjoy my life’s songSpring soon turns to winterlife’s really not that longMany live to own thingsI’ve always thought that wrongI’m attached to livingand singing my life’s songListen not to othersYour life is yours aloneFollow your…

My Song

I just want to liveto enjoy my life’s songSpring soon turns to winterlife’s really not that longMany live to own thingsI’ve always thought that wrongI’m attached to livingand singing my life’s songListen not to othersYour life is yours aloneFollow your…