Roald Amundsen took the airship “Norge” over the north pole on May 12th, 1926. While my name has the same number of letters as Roald’s, that is where our similarities end. Forgoing a “Zeppelin”, we elected to join an expedition on the sailing vessel, Antigua.
Socorro (Revillagigedos): January 2016 Monday, January 25, 2016: Getting there Manta madness is a disease to which I happily succumbed recently. Although » Read more
One of my favorite shows as a child was the Time Tunnel, in which a pop art striped black and white time » Read more
“MY PURSE!!!” “What?!” !” Someone… grabbed my, my purse!!” Four in our group are awakening from a late night suckling pig and » Read more
Friday, January 30-Sunday, February 1, 2015 What do love and romance have to do with Antarctica? Actually, mating and fidelity could be » Read more
We met up with our naturalist/photoguide Claudio Vidal at our hotel in Punta Arenas in Chile. A road sign nearby said “Fin » Read more
We had been planning our second trip to Iceland for 3 years, ever since the organizers of the radiology meeting we were » Read more
We found Reykjavik and Iceland to have both some surprising culinary delights, as well as a certain repetitive monotony. This post will » Read more