Lost in Translation: Learning the Cartagena Hustle
We carefully crawl our way to the top of the mud volcano; sunscreen, clay, fresh water wafting in the air. It’s a frenzy.
The Next Backpacker Destinations
The more adventurous travellers will often go to the sort of places that remain untouched ...
John M Edwards
Antonio Pigafetta, chronicler of Magellan’s voyage, was the first “literary” travel writer to circle the globe, recording mutiny and shipwreck, Patagonian giants and Filipino warriors.
Planning the Trip
Sam Black plans an Alaska road trip
I believe in having goals.
Trump Guilty of Obstruction of Justice - Now What?
James Campion 4.25.19
What it comes down to is not that the president is guilty or not guilty, but what there is under the constitution to be done with this.
'Almost' Final Word On Mueller Report & Obstruction of Justice
This whole Russian obsession the Trump campaign and its administration’s first two years of governance has displayed had nothing to do with collusion.
8M - Spanish Elections
Spain goes to the polls and women are leading the way to a Socialist victory ...
The Mueller Report & Me
...maybe there were two reports as Fox and CNN seemed to be reporting on different things.
The Attempted Murder of the Planet & The Merry Human Virus
James Campion - Earth Day 4.22.19
We mean well, or we think we do – but we still merrily burn fossil fuels and use plastic all over the joint and eat animals who are filling the ozone with methane.
Max and I Go to the Rose Bowl
Once Washington’s spot in the game was assured, I knew what I’d hear: “We should go,” my son Max said. “Who knows if we’ll get a chance again?”
The Minivan Circle of Life
Vans -- my stepfather has always driven minivans. They - much like him - were old and colossal with unsolvable issues he didn’t care enough about to fix.
On the subject of pain
For the last year I have been struggling to write a novel about pain. The choice of subject was influenced by a sustained attack of fibromyalgia ...